In a recent webinar hosted by the San Francisco Chamber of Commerce, SFMTA Director of Transportation Jeffrey Tumlin and Remix CEO Tiffany Chu discussed how the City is responding to the unprecedented challenges that the COVID-19 crisis has created.
At Remix, there’s nothing we love more than seeing people use our software to help improve access through public transportation. That’s why we've been thrilled to have the opportunity to work with the University of Southern California.
Transportation planning staff are facing unprecedented challenges during the COVID-19 pandemic. How are these challenges being addressed, and what lessons can we use in the coming weeks and months?
Over the next five years, 20% of the country's national transportation budget will be dedicated to bicycle and pedestrian transportation and 57% to public transport. This funding move makes Ireland a trailblazer.
Across states, municipalities are exploring planning and policy solutions that allow residents to live life with as much normalcy as possible. One such solution is the streatery concept.
On May 12th, Remix hosted a webinar to learn how transit agency leaders are responding to the challenge of COVID-19. Here are three takeaways from that discussion.
How are agencies using data to identify accessibility gaps, market the value of transit, and reduce operational costs? We asked 27 transportation professionals from around the globe.
With new shared mobility, like dockless scooters, comes an incredible opportunity to realign policies governing public space, capitalize on available data, and put cities back in charge of how streets are used.
As cities regulate and license new mobility services, access to anonymized data is a key tool to manage public space, create a safe and equitable transportation system, and to ensure accountability for private companies operating on public streets.
We share an overview of GBFS and MDS, both data standards for micromobility, and our recommendations for cities including data sharing requirements as part of their micromobility programs.
The way we move in cities is changing, and the streets that support our movements must evolve. In the era of new mobility, we at Remix are ready to help cities plan and visualize the streets of the future.
Being able to move when you want and go where you want is a core element of personal freedom, and people engage with transit planners when the transit system is described in the context of that personal freedom.
The future of cities depends on the success of public transit, but city infrastructure is falling behind as transit agencies are underfunded and short-staffed.