2017 Year of Innovation

We had an inspiring and impactful year at Intersection thanks to our employees, clients, and partners. Here’s a look at some of our best moments.

We've been busy enriching people's everyday journeys

Transit and city streetscape in Chicago


Wi-Fi subscribers across the Link network

Person makes a phone call at a Link in Brooklyn

I think this is one of the greatest and most useful widely available free public services I've ever encountered. In all sincerity.

Male, Manhattan, 26-34 LinkNYC Consumer NPS Survey Q2 ‘17


faster download speeds than cellular networks

Source: Speedtest by Ookla


faster upload speeds than cellular networks

Source: Speedtest by Ookla

40 Million

On the Go kiosk interactions in NYC subway stations

2 Billion

Trips made on our partner transit authorities this year


Support tickets our Enterprise Services team solved

The Grove, a mixed-use development and destination in Los Angeles

40.6 Million

Square feet of
real estate we are transforming into Connected Communities

Connecting with millions of people every day

Aerial view of pedestrian traffic crossing

Minutes Away, and a World Apart

In early 2017, Snoqualmie Casino launched "Minutes Away, and a World Apart" in the Seattle area. They leveraged a unique creative opportunity at the University Street tunnel in Seattle's financial district with a wrap that was designed to transport commuters from the mundane, to an immersive casino experience.

Using the casino’s actual interior imagery, they highlighted the unique architecture and beauty of Snoqualmie Casino, while giving commuters a one-of-a-kind experience as they disembarked from their train and headed to work.

Immersive tunnel wrap in Seattle

New York City Archive

Stand on a street corner in New York City and get a glimpse into what that exact location looked like more than 100 years ago. The Department of Records and Information Services digitized one million photos of New York City dating back to the 1890s and featured them on LinkNYC kiosks across the five boroughs where those photos were originally taken.


Grubhub wanted to celebrate food by creating a feature piece that would set the brand apart, get people talking, and extend to social media channels. Grubhub stopped passersby in their tracks with the creation of their unexpected, oversized, and one-of-a-kind rotating sushi encounter at the entrance of the Chicago Red Line station. Their impressive headhouse design inspired #sushiselfies – 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Sushi on top of Chicago CTA subway headhouse station entrance

Making headlines


All Awards
Ad Age Creativity

Gold Winner, Innovation/Products to Watch


OBIE Awards

Silver Winner, Custom Installation

The Field Museum's "The Greeks"

Smart Cities DIVE

Winner, Infrastructure Advancement of the Year


Smart City Expo World Congress

Winner, Best Smart City


Digital Signage Expo APEX

Silver Winner, Public Spaces


OBIE Awards

Bronze, Contextual OOH

StreetEasy Real-Time Apartment Listings

52 Keynotes and Panels

Expanding our offerings
King County Metro

... and always growing as a team

Employees participating in Intersections 2017 hackathon

30% increase in employees

We're getting good at rearranging our space. #DeskTetris

7,488 bagels eaten

Bagels = Energy

20 new prototypes built

Our first Hackathon was a hit.

Cheers to a great 2017!

Intersection employees

Best of 2017