IT-TRANS 2022: Meet With Swiftly in Germany This May!

IT-TRANS 2022: Meet With Swiftly in Germany This May!

The Swiftly team is thrilled to be back on the road attending our first transit conference of the year in Europe.

We’d love to meet in person! There’s no better way to get started on your agency’s journey to better public transport outcomes through data and technology.

Here are some key details about Swiftly’s presence at IT-TRANS:

  • The conference is in Karlsruhe, Germany from May 10-12 2022
  • The Swiftly team will be at booth W8 during expo hours
  • We’ll offer live demos and information about Swiftly on the expo floor

Interested in attending and meeting us live? We have a limited number of free passes available. Fill out the form via the following link and let us know which conference you’re attending.  A member of our team will reach out to schedule a meeting onsite.

Meet with our team.

Swiftly has created the first big data platform specifically designed for transportation data and operations. Swiftly works with over 95 city transit networks around the world, including MBTA in Boston, Capital Metro in Austin, VIA in San Antonio, VTA in San Jose, and MDOT MTA in Baltimore, supporting over 5,500 transit agency professionals and impacting over 1.5 billion passengers per year. Swiftly has helped customers improve arrival predictions by up to 30% and complete planning projects up to 90% faster, resulting in increased ridership, fewer passenger complaints, and more efficient transit operations.

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