Transit 1.0 takes the concept found in the Admission Tunnel theory and expresses it as a visual workflow management platform that facilitates the strategic planning and execution of admission communication. The "trains" run on separate tracks for email, web and social media, and print communication. The passengers are prospective students, applicants, admitted students, deposited students, parents and any other constituencies a college or university wishes to communicate with in the admission process,
Passengers get on and off the trains at different station stops and can even transfer to different trains depending on their behavior and their outcomes in the admission process. Transit 1.0 can also be used as a budgeting tool for communication with the total cost of riding on any train being expressed as the ticket price. Presently, Transit 1.0 is put into deliverable form as a single view spreadsheet and a customized Prezi with points of communication embedded. Software is being developed to replace the current deliverable with functionality that turns the various points of communication into live links that allow for a direct connection to whatever email, social media, web, or print communication that is referenced at any particular point in the system.