February 2, 2017
We are excited to announce that an updated version of the Nairobi GTFS Feed is now available on our website—and soon on Google Maps as well!
October 2, 2015
Digital Matatus was covered in Fortune Magazine, as part of an article on the impact technology is having on African Transit
September 15, 2015
As a feature on the viability of non-government run public transit, the Economist covered the Digital Matatus project.
September 9, 2015
National Geographic featured the Digital Matatus project as a casestudy on their Education blog, which finds novel and innovative ways to increase interest in world issues.
August 26, 2015
Wired Magazine covered the Digital Matatus project in their science section in an article titled "How Nairobi Got Its Ad-Hoc Bus System on Google Maps" by Shara Tonn.
June 25, 2015 - October 25, 2015
Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, HUMLEBÆK, Denmark
The Digital Matatus project is introduced in the 'SIX CITIES - ONE SENSUOUS URBAN SCENOGRAPHY' section at the 'AFRICA - architecture, culture and identity' exhibition at the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art in HUMLEBÆK, Denmark.
Jun 23, 2015
Solomon Mwendwa directs a video that provides an in depth introduction of the Digital Matatus project.
November 21, 2014
The Digital Matatus project won the 2014 Media Architecture Biennale (MAB) award for participatory architecture. Winners were announced at MAB’s World Cities Conference on November 21.More
September 14, 2014
The Digital Matatus project map poster has been accepted and will be in the Mapmaker Manifesto curation of the Istanbul Biennial from 14 September to 20 October 2014.More
November 25, 2013
The GTFS for the Rest of Us conference was held in Washington DC, bringing together experts in the field of paratransit to share experiences in the field and develop a common strategy to better collect and publish informal transit data.More