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 […]

“Helping rural residents use Google Transit”

Sue Crowe, the project lead for the Trillium-completed Northern California Google Transit Feasibility Study and Pilot Project, guest authored an article for the Reconnecting America blog, “Helping Rural Residents Use Google Transit”. Transit trip planning in the rural areas of Northern California has become easier for many user groups as a result of the pilot […]