TransLoc provides transit maps and real-time passenger information services.

Employee Rating

3.5More
TypeSubsidiary
Parent CompanyFord Motor
HQDurham, NC, US
Founded2004
Websitetransloc.com
Cybersecurity ratingCMore
TransLoc was founded in 2004 and is headquartered in Durham, NC, US

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Key People/Management at TransLoc

Jamie Howard

Jamie Howard

Director of Engineering
Kevin Fowler

Kevin Fowler

VP of Finance
Scott Lacy

Scott Lacy

VP of Product
Ron Cygnarowicz

Ron Cygnarowicz

VP of Customers
Cat Kealey

Cat Kealey

Director of Business Development
Jermaine Grant

Jermaine Grant

Director of Customer Experience
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TransLoc Office Locations

TransLoc has an office in Durham
Durham, NC, US (HQ)
4505 Emperor Blvd #120
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TransLoc Financials and Metrics

Summary Metrics

Founding Date

2004

Total Funding

$8 m

Investors

In total, TransLoc had raised $8 m. TransLoc is a subsidiary of Ford Motor

TransLoc Cybersecurity Score

Cybersecurity ratingPremium dataset

C

72/100

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TransLoc Online and Social Media Presence

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TransLoc Company Culture

  • Overall Culture

    D

    55/100

  • CEO Rating

    F

    30/100

  • Compensation

    D

    55/100

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TransLoc News and Updates

University of California San Diego Launches Comprehensive Mobility Services Powered by Ford-owned Spin and TransLoc

SAN DIEGO, Oct. 26, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Two Ford Mobility companies today announced a new five-year exclusive agreement with the University of California San Diego (UC San Diego). Spin, a micromobility provider, and TransLoc, a transportation software solutions company, are combining...

TransLoc Blogs

Three Practical Predictions for Transit in 2022

Did you blink and, all of a sudden, it was 2022? Yeah, us too. Our eyes are wide open in the new year and we’re watching out for the moments that will change mobility forever. Between historic infrastructure investments, emerging green technology, and evolving ridership habits, we’ve got a lot to ke…

Editorial: An Open Letter to Transit

Dear Transit Colleagues, This has been an unbelievable year (or two), and I want to acknowledge your sheer determination and resilience during a chapter destined for the history books. Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, I have witnessed an incredible can-do attitude within the transit industry. You c…

This Is My Stop

After 14 years on the TransLoc bus, this is my stop. Like many public transit trips, I’ve still got a little way to go on foot once I get off the bus, but it’s time for me to pull the stop request cord.  When I interned at TransLoc in the summer of 2006, the iPhone hadn’t been announced. When I ... …

Four Moments That Reshaped Transit in 2021

2021 gave us plenty to talk about in transit. Historic infrastructure investments, the acceleration of vehicle electrification, riders showing confidence to use public transit once again — so many exciting stories that showcase the transit innovation currently sweeping across our industry. As 2021 f…

Editorial: Public Transit is Wired for Human Connection

Hyde County, North Carolina is the prototype of coastal rural living. Take one step east over the county border and you’re in the Pamlico Sound, the largest lagoon along the East Coast. The 5,000 or so people who call Hyde County home aren’t ever in a rush. That’s just how life is on the shore. I gr…

Older Adults on the Move: Mobility Ecosystems that Support Aging in Place

By 2034, U.S. adults aged 65 and older are projected to outnumber children for the first time in history. This should fuel renewed urgency to create transit options that meet the unique needs of seniors and support aging in place. Aging in place often allows seniors to retain their existing social n…
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TransLoc Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was TransLoc founded?

    TransLoc was founded in 2004.

  • Who are TransLoc key executives?

    TransLoc's key executives are Jamie Howard, Kevin Fowler and Scott Lacy.

  • How many employees does TransLoc have?

    TransLoc has 184 employees.

  • Who are TransLoc competitors?

    Competitors of TransLoc include Nomad Digital, Ingogo and Leavy.co.

  • Where is TransLoc headquarters?

    TransLoc headquarters is located at 4505 Emperor Blvd #120, Durham.

  • Where are TransLoc offices?

    TransLoc has an office in Durham.

  • How many offices does TransLoc have?

    TransLoc has 1 office.