News Article | April 19, 2017
Dr. Roger Teal and his team of transit technology professionals are excited to announce the addition of Professor Nigel Wilson, director of the MIT Transit Research Program and Dr. Charlotte Frei Senior DRT System Engineer and Director of Smart City Services. With America urbanizing at a record pace, DEMANDTRANS is focusing on increasing the flexibility of public transit systems in order to set cities on a path to a smarter, safer, cleaner, and healthier future. Many transit agencies across the US are currently utilizing DEMANDTRANS' proprietary technology to optimize services, reduce costs and offer greater mobility choices to customers. Known as MobilityDR this solution can transform anything with wheels ie, buses, cars, bikes, etc. to an on-demand service as part of a seamless, integrated trip chain. As lead of the company's Strategic Board of Advisers, Dr. Wilson will guide DEMANDTRANS development of a proprietary, automated Dynamic Mobility Blended Capacity Allocation System™ that can simulate the travel decisions of each household and individual, visualize trip chains as they appear in regional mobility data, model destination choices based on accessibility, and determine user’s route choices to inform optimal utilization of dedicated and non-dedicated assets. The effort reflects the ongoing transit sectors shift to utilizing non-dedicated vehicles to reduce capital expenditures, enhance service, and lower operating costs. Dr. Wilson, widely considered among the leading global experts in the design and deployment of flexible Demand Responsive Systems, has more than 30 years’ experience dealing with operations, management and planning issues associated with transit agencies worldwide. During several leaves from MIT, he worked directly for three large transit agencies, the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (1985-86), London Transport (1992-93) and Metro Transit (2008-2009) and has also consulted with a number of other North American transit authorities. Dr. Charlotte Frei joins DEMANDTRANS as Senior DRT System Engineer and Director of Smart City Services. While her doctoral studies were focused on the development of more flexible, demand responsive transit systems, Dr. Frei will concentrate on integrating state-of-the-art travel demand modeling and service planning algorithms for improved operations and greater passenger value. Additionally, Dr. Frei brings knowledge and experience in building simulations to assess existing and potential capacity of transit services and assist public transport agencies seeking to operate more efficiently and effectively. As lead engineer for DEMANDTRANS’ Smart City Services, she will develop expanded products to optimize transit system operating performance and customer service variables. Beyond transportation, she combines data analysis with engineering concepts to recommend smarter civil infrastructure for water and waste. Dr. Frei is a member of the Transportation Research Board Urban Data and Information Systems and Paratransit Committees. She is involved as a volunteer and board member with WTS International at the local, regional and national levels of the organization. For over 20 years, DEMANDTRANS, Inc. has been instrumental in delivering advanced technology and software applications to solve challenging problems in the transit industry. From operations management, resource scheduling, predictive modeling, transportation logistics or Smart City Solutions, the DEMANDTRANS team works with clients in the US and abroad to design and deliver intelligent transit technology to help make platforms such as Mobility-As-A Service a reality in any city of any size.
News Article | May 24, 2017
CH2M Hill Inc. has won a program and construction management contract for the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority’s rebooted Green Line Extension. The $57-million design-build contract is the project’s largest since the scaled-down, $2.3-billion expansion halted two years ago after costs skyrocketed $1 billion over budget. The Federal Transit Administration, which has pledged $1 billon for the project, greenlighted the new estimated cost structure in April. CH2M will be responsible for design-build proposal review and evaluation as well as estimating and scheduling services, quality control and quality assurance. Three months ago, the authority short-listed three design-build teams: GLX Constructors, Green Line Partners and Walsh Barletta Granite JV. It will issue a final request for proposals on May 23. Bids are due in September for work to begin in February.
News Article | May 8, 2017
Collaboration between CBT Architects and Skanska USA accelerated construction of an elliptical building that distinguishes itself in Boston’s booming Seaport District. As part of Autodesk’s annual AEC Media Summit, Skanska hosted a panel discussion and site visit to the 121 Seaport building on May 4. Approximately 65% complete, the 17-floor, 400,000 sq-ft building that sits on a 50,000-sq-ft retail base is Boston's only elliptical tower, according to Skanska. Targeting LEED Platinum certification, the project is expected to be completed next spring. The combination of building in a Federal Aviation Administration flight zone and over a Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority transit tunnel marks a first for Skanska. In collaborative design planning, the geotechnical and foundation engineers worked closely with the building structural engineers to produce an overall design that would deliver the project as quickly as possible, while greatly limiting lateral forces to the adjacent MBTA Silver Line tunnel and another nearby Skanska building called 101 Seaport Boulevard, says Paul Pedini, vice president of operations for Skanska. The elliptical steel frame and virtually column-free floor plates on the 121 Seaport project are designed to provide flexible workspace. Henry Celli of CBT, says the ellipse allowed for more floor area with less façade and reduced solar heat gain. Its aerodynamic shape reduces wind loads and increases structural efficiency while the soft curvature of the building provides panoramic views of downtown Boston and the Seaport. The project team employed an unconventional technique called up-down construction. Distinct from top-down construction, where foundation elements are installed first, up-down construction requires the project’s steel and concrete contractors to build the building’s foundation and frame simultaneously. In up-down construction “the building superstructure is progressed upward at the same time the excavation is proceeding downward,” Pedini explains. This approach is helping the project stay on schedule, which Pedini says is critical since Skanska has self-financed, developed and built the building surrounded by several new office buildings that future tenants might decide to occupy if they open first. “We had to come up with an idea that would achieve speed to come out of ground faster than people [other construction projects] across the street,” Pedini says. To minimize schedule and cost on the job, the team used a Autodesk Civil3D model to perform analytical functions. Data provided by the model was used to plan the excavation of each below ground parking level and to manage transport and delivery of the excavated material offsite, Pedini says. That Civil3D model was then combined with CBT’s Autodesk Revit model of the superstructure to create a constructability review of the entire job. By modeling the entire building in Civil 3D software, the structural team could show their options to the design team with actual models. This first-in-the-region use of the method allowed the team to work quickly and save $6 million in the process, Pedini says. “I tied the model to the schedule to get an animation of building in structural conformance with the model,” Pedini says before adding, “By using this method, you can tell the client exactly where you will be [in construction] on any date … There are so many uses for the model once you build it.” Al Gogolin, senior vice president of Skanska, said BIM 360 software allowed them to implement “instantaneous communication” between project managers in the field and BIM managers back at the office. Then, by taking Autodesk BIM 360 dashboard and aggregating data—in what Autodesk calls BIM 360 Project IQ—“we now can create a risk management procedure using predictive analytics,” Gogolin says. “This is the next step in the journey.” Skanska is beta testing BIM 360 Project IQ on the project, says Sarah Hodges, director of the construction business line at Autodesk. She says the product is one of the first applications of machine learning in construction and adds that the pilot program recently was expanded to Autodesk’s enterprise customers. "[It] will be made commercially available this year,” Hodges says.
News Article | November 16, 2016
LAS VEGAS, NV--(Marketwired - Nov 16, 2016) - The Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada (RTC) recently launched its new smartphone app, rideRTC, which enables transit customers to buy fares, plan trips, and find bus stops, all at their fingertips. This easy-to-use free app is available for use on Apple and Android devices. RTC partnered with Masabi, the global leader in mobile ticketing and fare collection solutions for transportation agencies, to deliver rideRTC. The app is based on Masabi's JustRide mobile ticketing platform which is used by more than 25 global transportation agencies and operators such as London's Thames Clippers, Preston Bus, New Orleans' RTA, Boston's MBTA, Transport for Athens, Los Angeles' Metrolink and New York's MTA. With the new rideRTC app, customers can securely purchase transit passes for airport, Las Vegas Strip and Downtown routes, as well as residential trips with reduced fare tickets available for seniors (60-plus years of age), disabled riders and children (6-17 years of age). Mobile tickets are activated on the customer's smartphone and validated by showing the driver. By the end of the year, all RTC transit vehicles will also have an electronic reader to validate mobile passes. "Mobile ticketing is all about increasing convenience for customers and efficiency for transit agencies. By using Masabi's JustRide platform riders in Las Vegas can now buy tickets anytime, anywhere while at the same time significantly reducing boarding times," said Brian Zanghi, CEO of Masabi. "We are delighted to be working with the RTC to provide this innovation to riders in Las Vegas." To introduce the new app to riders, the RTC deployed customer service representatives and transit ambassadors to personally interact with customers, encouraging them to download the app and showing them how to use it. The RTC also partnered with AT&T to offer customers the opportunity to win a $150 VISA gift card for downloading the rideRTC app. Each month, everyone who downloads the app will be entered into a drawing to win a gift card. The monthly contest runs from Nov. 1 through April 30, and no purchase is necessary. With a majority of transit riders using smartphones, rideRTC offers an easy and convenient way to buy tickets and plan a transit ride in the Las Vegas area. To assist customers with their transit trip planning, rideRTC is integrated with the industry leading TransitApp, which is used by transit riders across the country. The app enables users to: "The RTC carried 65 million passengers last year, and a majority of them use smartphones," said Tina Quigley, RTC General Manager. "We partnered with an international leader in mobile transportation ticketing solutions to create an app that makes every-day life more convenient for our customers." Quigley noted that rideRTC is not replacing ticket vending machines, vehicle fare boxes, or existing paper passes. "It's simply another convenient option for RTC customers that puts purchasing passes and planning trips in the palm of their hands," Quigley added. As a part of the rideRTC deployment RTC is using Mastercard Gateway Payment Services to enable simple, safe and secure in-app digital payments. Updates to the application will make purchasing tickets even easier by allowing passengers to pay for tickets using digital wallets such as Masterpass, the global digital payment service from Mastercard. About the RTC The RTC is the transit authority, transportation planning organization and regional traffic management agency for Southern Nevada. The RTC's vision is to provide a safe, convenient and effective regional transportation system that enhances mobility and air quality for citizens and visitors. The RTC encourages residents and visitors to use a variety of transportation choices to help reduce traffic congestion, clean the air and improve the quality of life in Southern Nevada. For more information about the RTC and its major initiatives such as Southern Nevada Strong, Fuel Revenue Indexing, and the Transportation Investment Business Plan, visit rtcsnv.com. About Masabi Masabi is the global leader in mobile ticketing and fare collection for transportation. We deliver transit ticketing solutions that delight passengers and reduce costs for agencies and operators. Masabi's JustRide is a scalable mobile ticketing and fare management platform. The company works in partnership with more than twenty-five leading transit agencies and operators in the US, Europe and around the globe, including; the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA), Keolis, National Express Bus, Virgin Trains, Abellio, MBNA Thames Clippers, New Orleans RTA, Metrolink in Los Angeles, Transport for Athens, and New York's MTA. With offices in Boston and London, Masabi's investors include MasterCard and Keolis.
News Article | February 21, 2017
The introduction of Apple Pay in the City of Vancouver makes paying for parking even more convenient VANCOUVER, BC--(Marketwired - February 21, 2017) - Paying to park in Vancouver is getting an upgrade with PayByPhone now offering drivers the option of paying with Apple Pay. iOS users can select Apple Pay as a default form of payment within the PayByPhone app. This addition provides drivers with a more streamlined experience. "PayByPhone offers users a fast and easy way to pay across 300 cities globally," explains Kush Parikh, president and CEO of PayByPhone. "We always look for ways to improve the user experience and adding Apple Pay simply extends that sentiment." Apple Pay is also known for its robust privacy features including Touch ID and the ability to process payments without storing or sending credit card information. "Whether it's for business or pleasure, our goal is to make paying for parking completely worry free." Since launching in Vancouver in 2001, PayByPhone has seen great success locally, and is used by more than 50% of all Lower Mainland households. The service is offered at tens of thousands of on and off street locations within the Metro Vancouver area, with plans for further expansion. Currently Apple Pay is only available for on-street parking within the City of Vancouver, with additional locations to be added in the near future. PayByPhone recently released new versions of their iOS and Android apps, available for download at both the iTunes App Store and the Google Play Store. The redesigned apps provide an award winning, location based experience built by their in-house development team in their Vancouver Head Office. ABOUT PAYBYPHONE PayByPhone is one of the fastest growing mobile payments companies in the world, processing more than $300 million in payments annually. Through the company's mobile web, smartphone and smartwatch applications, PayByPhone helps millions of consumers easily and securely pay for parking without the hassles of waiting in line, having to carry change or risking costly fines. Registration is quick and easy and the app reminds the user when their parking is about to expire, allowing them to top up from anywhere, at any time. Many of the largest and most complex parking operations in the world use PayByPhone including San Francisco (30,000 spaces), Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority in Boston (25,000 spaces), Seattle (12,000 spaces), London (40,000 spaces) and Paris (155,000 spaces).
News Article | February 23, 2017
NEW YORK, Feb. 23, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- OUTFRONT Media Inc. (NYSE: OUT) announced today the first implementation of its ON Smart Media platform with the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA), deploying eight digital Liveboards at Copley Station. Live Nation, Boston Ballet, and...
News Article | December 28, 2016
Move Demonstrates Significant Confidence and Market Growth for Mobile Payments and Parking VANCOUVER, BC and BRAUNSCHWEIG, GERMANY--(Marketwired - December 28, 2016) - Volkswagen Financial Services AG and PayByPhone today announced that the financial services division of Volkswagen Group has acquired PayByPhone, the world's leading parking payment provider. The deal positions Volkswagen Financial Services AG as the clear leader in mobile payments and parking sectors, while providing the foundation for future PayByPhone growth globally and continued innovation. As consumers look for easy-to-use mobile solutions that fit their increasingly digital lives, the PayByPhone acquisition signals a growing market for mobile-payment solutions. PayByPhone's technology -- the fastest way to pay for parking -- will soon be available for millions more drivers across the globe. In 2016, PayByPhone has already processed more than $250 million in payments and is adding approximately 7,000 users per day to their already substantial base of more than 12.5 million registered users. "This is a tremendous opportunity for PayByPhone to explore new ways to expand our mobile payments technology into different verticals, markets and use cases. The mobile payment movement has exploded recently, and we look forward to accelerating our consumer parking and payments agenda made possible by this deal," said Kush Parikh, CEO of PayByPhone. "Volkswagen Financial Services AG has been at the forefront of innovation to fit its customers' mobile lives, and we are honored to be a part of its global vision." The PayByPhone acquisition expands the Volkswagen Financial Services AG footprint in the mobile-payment solutions market, and positions the organization as the central service provider within the Volkswagen Group for the parking business. Volkswagen Financial Services AG has already acquired a 92 percent shareholding in Sunhill Technologies GmbH, the German market leader in mobile-parking solutions across 90 German cities. "With the acquisition of PayByPhone, we are now the leading provider for the processing and mobile payment of parking. In the future, we will be bundling this know-how in a separate business field around the theme of parking," said Dr. Christian Dahlheim, the management board member responsible for sales and marketing at Volkswagen Financial Services AG. The acquisition will not affect any of PayByPhone's current operations. In the near future, PayByPhone's existing clients and customers can expect improved support, more services, and greater app functionality as the integration with Volkswagen Financial Services AG continues. The paybyphone app is available on iOS, Android, and all other mobile platforms via its web application and online presence. Drivers in thousands of locations worldwide can download the iOS or Android app here. The terms of the deal were not disclosed. PayByPhone is one of the fastest growing mobile payments companies in the world, processing more than $250 million in payments annually. Through the company's mobile web, smartphone and smartwatch applications, PayByPhone helps millions of consumers easily and securely pay for parking without the hassles of waiting in line, having to carry change or risking costly fines. Registration is quick and easy and the app reminds the user when their parking is about to expire, allowing them to top up from anywhere, at any time. Many of the largest and most complex parking operations in the world use PayByPhone including San Francisco (30,000 spaces), Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority in Boston (25,000 spaces), Seattle (12,000 spaces), London (40,000 spaces) and Paris (155,000 spaces). Volkswagen Financial Services is a business division of the Volkswagen AG group of companies and comprise Volkswagen Financial Services AG along with its associated companies and the financial services companies in the USA, Canada, Argentina and Spain that belong directly or indirectly to Volkswagen AG -- with the exception of the financial services of the Scania and Porsche brands and Porsche Holding Salzburg. The key business fields embrace dealer and customer financing, leasing, the bank and insurance business, fleet management and mobility offers. Volkswagen Financial Services have a total of 15,182 employees worldwide -- including 6,513 alone in Germany. Volkswagen Financial Services reports total assets of around EUR 157.9 billion, an operating result of EUR 1.9 billion and a portfolio of around 16.6 million current contracts (as of: 31.12.2015).
News Article | October 28, 2016
Company continues to provide first-in-class security and fraud prevention through Android Pay SEATTLE, WA--(Marketwired - October 24, 2016) - PayByPhone, the world's leading mobile payment provider, launches their new Android app today. The new app includes a brand new experience that has been built from the ground up. Users will enjoy new features and improved speed. The app also supports Android Pay. Android Pay is a secure payment method that works with banks around the world. PayByPhone users have the option of selecting Android Pay as their default method of payment. "By offering Android Pay, we've simplified the payment process while continuing to meet our commitment of providing consumers with extremely high security and fraud prevention," explains Kush Parikh, President and CEO of PayByPhone. The app includes new features while continuing to provide fan-favorites. Users can easily view their current parking session as it counts down and add additional time while on the move. The PayByPhone experience is based on the driver's location. This new feature provides stunning images of a driver's current city. It can also display information on any special events or important local announcements. Users have the ability to manage their accounts right in the app. This includes managing multiple vehicles, payment options and notification settings. Drivers will also be able to select different rates for different scenarios like residential, disabled or visitor parking. By early November, PayByPhone will also allow drivers to store multiple payment methods on their accounts and switch between them easily when paying for parking. To celebrate the launch of their new app, PayByPhone is offering a chance for users to win an entire month of free parking. Every time a user pays with Android Pay during their PayByPhone session they are automatically entered into the sweepstakes. The sweepstakes will run between October 24 and December 31, 2016. For full contest details about this limited time, Android Pay Exclusive offer visit www.paybyphone.com/worryfree. PayByPhone is one of the fastest growing mobile payments companies in the world, processing more than $300 million in payments annually. Through the company's mobile web, smartphone and smartwatch applications, PayByPhone helps millions of consumers easily and securely pay for parking without the hassles of waiting in line, having to carry change or risking costly fines. Registration is quick and easy and the app reminds the user when their parking is about to expire, allowing them to top up from anywhere, at any time. Many of the largest and most complex parking operations in the world use PayByPhone including San Francisco (30,000 spaces), Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority in Boston (25,000 spaces), Seattle (12,000 spaces), London (40,000 spaces) and Paris (155,000 spaces).
News Article | February 28, 2017
CAMBRIDGE, Mass.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Cambridge BioMarketing, the world’s leading rare disease and specialty communications agency, today announced the public availability of Rare in Common, a film project honoring people living with the challenges of a rare disease. The agency is making the documentary available to the public via its website one year after it was initially released, on Rare Disease Day 2016. Each year, Rare Disease Day calls attention to the public health issues associated with rare diseases, which affect approximately 350 million people worldwide, according to Global Genes. Patients with rare diseases and their families share a common bond - their strength and courage. Rare in Common celebrates the lives of inspiring people in the rare community by giving them a forum to showcase their unique stories. The documentary follows several families and the day-to-day challenges they face living with a rare disease. “Rare Disease Day is an important day of recognition for those living with rare conditions. The day serves as a natural milestone during which to share the amazing stories from patients around the world featured in Rare in Common,” said Maureen Franco, CEO, Cambridge BioMarketing. “By releasing the film publicly, we hope to not only continue to empower and unify people living with rare diseases, but to also educate the public about this common struggle faced by millions of Americans.” In addition to the official public release of the documentary, Cambridge BioMarketing is celebrating Rare Disease Day with the #SupportTheSearch social media campaign to raise awareness for rare diseases and the need for research to find cures. As part of the campaign, which will run until March 6th, the agency has wrapped the inside and outside of a train car on the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) Red Line with facts about rare diseases and zebra stripe branding. The significance of zebra stripe design is that a “zebra” is medical slang for a rare diagnosis. Those who spot the train car are encouraged to share the image on social, and for every post, Cambridge BioMarketing will make a donation to Global Genes, NORD and the Rare Disease United Foundation to help to raise funds for rare disease research. To view the documentary, please click here: rareincommon.com About Cambridge BioMarketing Cambridge BioMarketing is a rare disease and specialty communications agency, blending medical insights and award-winning creativity with deep experience to build some of the world’s most successful brands. With solutions for our clients that empower, educate, and activate, we bring physicians, specialists, and patient communities together to transform human health in the face of devastating, under-appreciated disease states. Founded in 2001, Cambridge BioMarketing has offices in Cambridge, MA and Oakland CA, and is a division of Everyday Health, Inc. For more information, visit: www.cambridgebmg.com.
News Article | December 14, 2016
First Strategic Partner Keolis to Launch in Montargis, France, Using Software Development Kit that Will Accelerate Mobile Ticketing Deployments Worldwide LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM and PARIS, FRANCE--(Marketwired - Dec 14, 2016) - Masabi, the global leader in transport mobile ticketing and innovative fare collection, today announced JustRide SDK, the world's first mobile ticketing software development kit (SDK) for the transport industry. The SDK allows Masabi's strategic partners to incorporate mobile ticketing into existing apps, extending the functionality while adding a new revenue stream. Typical JustRide SDK customers include major transport operators, passenger information apps, and messaging and payment platform providers. Masabi's mobile ticketing technology is already in use with more than 25 transport operators worldwide, including New York's MTA, Transport for Athens, Boston's MBTA, Virgin Trains, National Express Bus, Las Vegas RTC, Los Angeles Metrolink and Preston Bus. French Transport giant Keolis is the first SDK customer, through Its digital subsidiary Kisio. It has integrated Masabi ticketing, along with validation technology and retail analytics, into its PlanBookTicket mobility solution which will be first launching in Montargis, France, in January 2017. The solution is currently in a public beta test. The JustRide SDK allows an integrated app to request fare types and deliver barcode tickets to a rider through a ticket wallet. The wallet communicates with Masabi servers to understand complex fare tables and manage the ticket lifecycle and security. Operators using the SDK will also have access to the JustRide Hub, from which they can access a wealth of back office data including real-time sales, usage and validation information, and an extensive customer services interface. PlanBookTicket will incorporate barcode-based mobile ticketing and validation technology from Masabi's award-winning JustRide Platform to create a branded solution upon which fully integrated applications will be built for Keolis public transport subsidiaries across France. Montargis is the first such deployment, with more to be announced in Q1 2017. Validation of barcode tickets will take place using JustRide Inspect, both for handheld checking by revenue protection officers using iOS and Android smartphones, and those operators using on-board validation devices. "The JustRide SDK is a game-changer for the mobile ticketing industry, allowing strategic partners to incorporate our mobile ticketing technology into their existing mobile apps and services. This move cements JustRide's position as the world's leading platform and will help Masabi reach new markets and opportunities through a strategic partner network," said Brian Zanghi, CEO of Masabi. "Keolis is our first partner to use the JustRide SDK to provide mobile ticketing to transport authorities in France and we look forward to announcing more partners in the coming months." "By integrating the JustRide SDK into the PlanBookTicket solution, we are able to leverage Masabi's world-leading mobile ticketing technology together with our trip planning and online booking, all in a single app," said Laurent Kocher of Keolis Group. "Montargis will be the first of a long list of cities in France that will benefit from this new application and digital experience in 2017." Masabi's award-winning platform, JustRide, is a cloud-based, deployment-proven, end-to-end mobile ticketing and fare collection system. It comprises services for ticket purchase, display and inspection together with back-end infrastructure for secure payments, ticket management, customer service, reporting and real-time analytics. About Keolis Keolis is a worldwide public transport operator. The Group develops tailor-made mobility solutions to suit individual local requirements. Keolis, a market leader in France, is present in 15 countries throughout the world. The Group generated revenue of 5.6 billion euros in 2014 and employs 60,000 people. About Masabi Masabi is the global leader in mobile ticketing and fare collection for transportation. We deliver transit ticketing solutions that delight passengers and reduce costs for agencies and operators. Masabi's JustRide is a scalable mobile ticketing and fare management platform. The company works in partnership with more than twenty-five leading transit agencies and operators in the U.S., Europe and around the globe, including the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA), Keolis, National Express Bus, Virgin Trains, Abellio, MBNA Thames Clippers, New Orleans RTA, Metrolink in Los Angeles, Transport for Athens, and New York's MTA. Masabi has offices in Boston and London.