Everyone has planned where to go and what to do when you get there. If it’s just one stop, the routing problem is easy. Almost the same with two stops. But the more stops you add, the more complex things become. So imagine you’re a public transit agency trying to calculate the best routes for the best experience for the most people in the most efficient and delightful way possible. You’d need a graduate degree from MIT just to list all the variables. Fortunately, that’s what Alex Wallar, CTO of The Routing Company brings to the table. Find out how transit agencies are rethinking how they deploy 80% fewer vehicles to offer a better experience to their passengers.