Buses, Beers and Bytes: A Happy Hour for Tech and Public Transit in New York

Join us on Tuesday, July 25th for a fun night of drinks, schmoozing and nerding out about New York City’s bus network. Hear from leading voices in the effort to upgrade New York City’s bus network and get a behind-the-scenes look at some of the solutions that can help make buses faster and more reliable.

Buses, Beers and Bytes:
A Happy Hour for Tech and Public Transit in New York

Tuesday, July 25th, 2017 from 6:30-8:30pm
CARTO
201 Moore Street (between Bushwick and White)

For 2.5 million daily riders, New York’s buses are lifelines, but their unreliability means they’re often as frustrating as they are necessary. At the same time, buses are a critical part of our transit network, especially as the population continues to grow in the outer boroughs--and that will be truer than ever when the L train tunnel closes for repairs.

Join us for an evening of snacks, drinks, and in-depth discussion about how civic tech is changing the future of buses in New York City.

The evening will feature a panel and Q&A with:

Lela Prashad, CEO and Co-Founder at NiJeL
Tabitha Decker, Director of Research & NYC Program Director at TransitCenter
Natasha Saunders, Riders Alliance member-leader



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