Read our latest report to understand how other transit professionals adapted to 2021’s challenges and how you can apply their learnings at your agency.
Last year, transit professionals found themselves adapting to public transit’s new landscape. Operator shortages, changing commute patterns, and lagging ridership recovery have hamstrung transit staff, but 2021 brought new opportunities as well. Some agencies found ways to overhaul processes and improve reliability, paving the way for future success.
We surveyed transit professionals and analyzed quantitive data to understand how transit professionals are working to bring riders back and deliver service in a COVID-altered world. This year’s State of Public Transit report dives into transit professional response, uncovers areas of learning, and highlights how transit staff are preparing for 2022.
Swiftly analyzed millions of data points and ran an online survey in December 2021 to capture the state of public transit. One hundred and twenty-three transit professionals—a mix of both Swiftly customers and non-customers across regions, departments, and roles— completed the survey.
Swiftly is a transit software platform that uses agency data to make public transportation a fast, frequent, and attractive alternative to the private vehicle. Used by over 100 agencies on three continents, Swiftly increases on-time performance by up to 10%, improves prediction accuracy by up to 30%, and accelerates planning projects by up to 90%.
Reliable public transit runs on reliable data.
Swiftly recently held its annual webinar, featuring transit leaders discussing the State of Public Transit in 2023.
Swiftly digs into public transit’s most important topics in the 2023 State of Public Transit Report, taking the pulse of the transit industry.
Looking ahead to APTA TRANSform, join Swiftly for a tour of a year’s worth of product innovation for its Connected Transit Platform.
Swiftly CEO Jonny Simkin and Modaxo’s Paul Comfort offer a view on the evolution of transit technology to suit the needs of agencies.
The Swiftly team is excited to be back on the road attending another transit conference in Europe, PLL Local Transport Days.
Swiftly's Service Delivery Reporting Tools make common datasets, especially around missed transport service, more accessible than ever.
Swiftly introduce a new set of features that simplify how agencies source, aggregate, and analyse NTD-related datasets.
Real-Time Passenger Information from Swiftly has enabled CapMetro to make more accurate arrival predictions available to riders.
Swiftly breaks down the reasons why every transit agency should be using GTFS-rt as their common data language.
Swiftly, the first Connected Transit Platform, gives transit agencies the technology they need to operate in today’s connected world.
The Swiftly team is excited to be back on the road attending our second transit conference of the year in Europe, the European Mobility Expo.
This year, Swiftly analyzed millions of data points and conducted an in-depth survey of transit professionals to dig into what makes public transit tick.
When an agency takes an outcome-oriented approach, the supply market can propose solutions that may have been excluded from conventional purchasing.
The Swiftly team is thrilled to be back on the road attending our first transit conference of the year in Europe, IT-TRANS.
Join Swiftly on 3rd March to learn how Strætó communicates changes to service and increases visibility across departments and with passengers.
Swiftly lets Strætó do more than previous tools, allowing planners to overhaul and improve routes beyond what they could have ever done before.
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