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Decrypting the Commute

Most corporations don’t merely exist on paper—they exist in a physical location with a workforce that needs to travel there. In the 21st century, this problem is complicated. As cities grow denser, public transportation becomes more relied upon, and new options, such as bike-share programs and ride-share startups, are always entering the mix.

On the latest UpTech Report, I interview Matt Caywood, the founder and CEO of Transitscreen, a company that’s working to help organizations navigate the complexities of getting their employees from point A to point B.

Their main product allows people to glance at a screen and see, in real-time, a full range of current transportation options, including trains, buses, rideshares, bicycles, and cars—information that can affect everything from getting home to relocating your headquarters.

More information: https://transitscreen.com/

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