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Extend Mobility Options

Provide dynamic mobility options that build on the existing transportation network

We are looking for ideas for mobility options that can extend or enhance the existing infrastructure and services. Think about the key locations for jobs, health care, and education that might not be easily accessible by public transportation. Emphasize options and solutions for areas of Grand Rapids with concentrations of households facing multiple social vulnerabilities (for example, less than high-school diploma attainment, living at or below poverty levels, limited English proficiency, etc.). Also, consider the cost of transportation, the unique needs of people with disabilities, and the challenges of traveling during different times of day or days of the week. How might we offer new transportation options at times, locations, and places that are currently underserved?

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GRuber (not to be confused with Will Forte's McGruber) - Grand Rapids OWNED Rideshare Service

GRuber (not to be confused with Will Forte's McGruber) - Grand Rapids OWNED Rideshare Service

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Parking made easy. Rent out your driveway - it's like the AirBnB for parking - all powered through our blockchain & chatbot technology.

Parking made easy. Rent out your driveway - it's like the AirBnB for parking - all powered through our blockchain & chatbot technology.

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Road mounted sensor that allows for the real-time detection of vehicles in parking spaces. Made of electrically conductive paint.

Road mounted sensor that allows for the real-time detection of vehicles in parking spaces. Made of electrically conductive paint.

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Improving Public Transportation for Riders with Disabilities through Smart City Services.

Improving Public Transportation for Riders with Disabilities through Smart City Services.

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