Transit information for trains, buses, and even bike sharing services shown on sidewalks.

TransitScreen makes public transportation more accessible thanks to digital signs in universities and offices that display schedules and other key information for trains, buses, and even bike sharing services. Now they want to provide the same service to the general public, with projections on sidewalks, walls, and other areas that would include aggregated transport information, and even how to get to the access point for your chosen method of transportation. Ryan Croft, one of TransitScreen’s co-founders, told FastCoDesign that building owners and business improvement districts are interested in how the technology can activate public spaces. “It’s a dynamic use of real-time information that cities haven’t seen before,” said Croft. “They really like it because it’s something that has such broad reach.”

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