All roads lead to Washington, D.C.

a photo of the DC metro

Mapzen will be in Washington, D.C. next week for the country’s largest gathering of “transpo” enthusiasts and professionals. (BTW, that’s “transpo” for transportation.)

We’re looking forward to sharing our fully open-source and open-data approach to mobility, announcing our collaboration with the World Bank and partners on the Open Traffic platform, and meeting you.

Come find us at:

  • Transportation Camp (Saturday, Jan. 7): Dave Nesbitt, Meghan Hade, and Greg Knisely will be on hand to present Mapzen Mobility Explorer, Turn-by-Turn, Isochrone, and new functionality in all three services. Registration required.

  • Mapping + Transpo Happy Hour (Sunday, Jan. 8): For the third year in a row, we’re co-sponsoring a happy hour with our friends at Conveyal and TransitScreen. Please RSVP and join us for drinks and appetizers.

  • Transportation Techies meet-up (Tuesday, Jan. 10): Drew Dara-Abrams will be presenting our latest additions to Mapzen Turn-by-Turn and Isochrone to support bicycle routing and analysis. Free with an RSVP.

  • World Bank and WRI Transforming Transportation conference (Friday, Jan. 13): Alyssa Wright and Drew Dara-Abrams will be on hand to answer questions about Mapzen Mobility and Open Traffic, and Alyssa will be speaking on the power of open data, software, and communities for transportation. Registration required.

Can’t make it to D.C. in person? You can still “ride” the Metro using Mapzen Mobility Explorer:

Mapzen Mobility Explorer showing DC metro routes

Photo of DC Metro station thanks to RJ Schmidt.