Your transit agency is a deep well of data that can guide you in planning and executing the best service for your community. Unfortunately, much of the transit industry doesn’t think of your transit data as your transit data. Most transit software companies design their software with a closed, proprietary system in mind. This means you often have to look in 4 or 5 transit tools just to get to the heart of a single question. This barely sufficed even in the best of times, but within the rapidly changing environment of COVID-19, agencies simply don't have the time to switch between multiple systems to answer one question. That's why Swiftly and Remix want to give you access to the best data wherever you want to see it.
We’re excited to announce a new partnership between Swiftly and Remix that will allow you to visualize the historical speed and dwell time data that Swiftly analyzes inside Remix’s Transit product. This means you’ll get Swiftly’s best-in-class historical speed data in Remix’s best-in-class planning tool. Win win! And this is just the beginning.
Here are a few examples of how these tools can be used together:
Remix and Swiftly are committed to giving agencies more flexibility access to their data through data standards and open APIs. It’s your data after all. You should be able to see it where you want it.
Here’s what our customers are saying:
A Remix + Swiftly speeds visualization would help us prioritize where we spend our dollars.
"A Remix + Swiftly speeds partnership would provide a quick way to analyze temporary treatments such as putting in a pop-up lane...helping MTA and the city DOT work together to really make this happen with data."
This will be available to all agencies who use both Swiftly Speed Map and Remix at no additional cost. Interested in learning more? Fill out this form.
This partnership means you can now visualize Swiftly’s best-in-class historical speed and dwell time data in Remix’s best-in-class planning tool.
Evan Landman of Jarrett Walker + Associates and Richard Ezike of Urban Land Institute both join the Remix and Via Advisory Council.