Thomas Craig

Thomas Craig

General Manager

Thomas brings to Trillium 7 years of experience in small business consulting and management, expertise in financial analysis and modeling, and a dedication to the creation of processes that serve our clients efficiently and effectively. He specializes in project management and business process development, leading Trillium’s website projects, consulting with agencies on marketing content, and integrating technology systems into agency business processes.

Thomas grew up in Portland, Oregon, and has been biking and riding TriMet as his primary forms of transportation since age 16. He is an avid gardener, learning to love shade-tolerant plants since moving into a house surrounded by large trees. Prior to working at Trillium, he researched and designed a portfolio of private equity investments in Ghana, and developed over a hundred financial models for businesses ranging in annual revenues from $100K to $100M.

Thomas’s recent blog articles

“Alpha release” of the Flexible Trip Planner

In March we visited Vermont, and heard directly from the public transit agencies in the state about what their main goals for the new statewide trip planner were. We followed up in April with conversations with each agency to understand in depth the services they offer, and how they deliver those services to Vermont riders. Since…

Flexible trip planner update: project kick-off!

The flexible trip planner project has commenced, and we could not be more excited. Last Thursday I spoke with the local agencies who will be featured in the new trip planner, along with representatives from VTrans, Cambridge Systematics, the Federal Transit Administration, and FTA MOD Sandbox partners Booz Allen Hamilton and Noblis. The executive directors or…

Announcing the flexible transit trip planner

The trip planner revolution Trip planners based off GTFS data have revolutionized public transit in the United States. Just 12 years ago, the only trip planners were expensive, proprietary, poorly functioning, and designed for individual systems. Now, a “Google Trip Planner” widget is ubiquitous on the websites of larger agencies and common even for systems with…