Tyler A. Green

In Transit

Category: Presentations

Hello Transportation Techies!

Last Wednesday, I rode the Amtrak Northeast Regional to our nation’s capital to attend my first Transportation Techies meetup! Michael had been urging me to attend since we first met at TransportationCamp Colorado 2016. Now that I’m on the east coast, it was an easy trip!

Michael always puts on an incredible event and Metro Hack Night VII was no exception! We had a great line-up and turnout. I presented on how we can use graph theory to study transit networks, specifically WMATA Metrorail with and without the Purple line.

You can browse my slides below, or download the PDF deck.


All the presenters blew me away with their excellent, excellent projects. The DC transit developer community is special and I loved getting to experience it for one night. You can read about the all projects and presenters in this write-up from Mobility Lab.

If you live in the DC region (or anywhere along the Northeast Corridor), I encourage you to drop in for the next gathering of the Transportation Techies!

“Next Stop…Transitland”: A TransportationCamp Colorado Presentation

I attended the inaugural TransportationCamp Colorado was last week! Sticking with the format of an “unconference,” attendees were encouraged to propose their own sessions to present their work and/or lead discussions. I took them up on the format and presented the following slides on Transitland and how I used it to create my New York City transit frequency visualization. We had a really great interactive session with many good ideas exchanged!

Some stories and explanations were left off the slides. Feel free to hit me up for more explanation on anything!


The slides can also be downloaded here.