Aaron Steinfeld, Carnegie Mellon University When we recently shut down the public, deployed version of the Tiramisu Transit app, I sent a personal note to Kari Watkins and Sean Barbeau. We have collaborated on larger transit issues since the early days of our respective efforts. Like OneBusAway, our app has deep roots in answering important … Read more
OTSF recently contracted with Garnet Consulting to produce a set of case studies of OneBusAway deployments, to freshen up our website, and to write a one-page flyer that can be distributed to prospective users and at conferences. The flyer is now linked from the OneBusAway website, as are capsule summaries of the case studies. We … Read more
Our annual meeting will be January 10, 2022, 10am – noon Pacific Time (18:00-20:00 UTC), online. We’ll have reports from the different OneBusAway regions, technical discussions of work both on the server side and the app side, and introduce our new Public Relations consultants. We’ll also elect the Board of Directors for the coming year.
The Open Transit Software Foundation is requesting proposals for a public relations consultant to create materials to promote OneBusAway and OTSF! The initial proposal should be for a fixed-price contract for $5000; if the results are promising, follow-on contracts are definitely possible. Please see the RFP below for details. Proposals are due December 12, 2021. Our hope is to have the consultant on board by the time of our annual meeting in January 2022.
I’m very excited to announce that after over two years of development, the latest version of OneBusAway for iOS is ready for public beta testing! If you want to dive right in and try out the new app, please visit https://testflight.apple.com/join/RuhKdd1M. This new version of OneBusAway is built on top of an open source reusable … Read more