Join us to participate in the upcoming 2019 City:One Challenge. 

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Starts Oct 24, 2019
Announced Nov 15, 2019

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How might we integrate transportation options to create a seamless experience for Indianapolis residents, workers, and visitors as they move around Marion County?

Submit your proposals for improving the way people move around Indianapolis for a chance to win up to $100k to bring your ideas to life. We are accepting proposals until September 17, 2019.

Through your comments and our research during the Explore phase, we identified the above "How Might We" question as our overarching Challenge Question. Within this question, we also identified the four Opportunity Areas to the right, which are the categories of proposals we are looking for; if your proposal doesn't fall under one, don't worry! That's why there's an "Other."

Solutions may take many forms, from innovations in technology and services, to innovative street and infrastructure designs. We’d love to see your proposals, no matter what form they take!

To submit a proposal, click the "Add your idea" button below, create an account (if you haven't already), fill out the proposal form, and click "Save and Publish" at the end of the form. Please note that once you "Save and Publish" your application, it will be made public along with the contributions below. Once you have published your proposal, you may still edit it through the application deadline. For a detailed walk-through of the application and evaluation process, please watch our Indianapolis Challenge webinar.

Please read the Challenge Brief and Rules for additional information on the Opportunity Areas, how the selection process works, and how the prize money will be used. Be sure to also check our Evaluation Criteria for details on how your proposals will be evaluated.

If you'd like a deep-dive into our research synthesis from the Explore phase, view our Indianapolis Challenge Report here.

If you need a place to start, you can find some useful Supplemental Resources at the end of the Challenge Brief.

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Free rides that enable mobility and connections between jobs, health care, entertainment and home with micro-transit, electric shuttles.

Free rides that enable mobility and connections between jobs, health care, entertainment and home with micro-transit, electric shuttles.

Photo of Meg Storrow

A webpage/application that will generate a single route using multiple modes of transportation according to the user’s riding preferences

A webpage/application that will generate a single route using multiple modes of transportation according to the user’s riding preferences

Photo of Amber Janzen
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Public transportation seats that support proper spinal alignment and provide the opportunity for self-care for non-emergent aches and pain

Public transportation seats that support proper spinal alignment and provide the opportunity for self-care for non-emergent aches and pain

Photo of Lauren Harden
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helps driver to fit her/his car in tight spaces, and also drive her/his car out of tight spaces without moving back &forth like current way.

helps driver to fit her/his car in tight spaces, and also drive her/his car out of tight spaces without moving back &forth like current way.

Photo of Abenezer Israel

Partner BlueIndy with local shopping businesses to reduce the costs of car sharing for lower-income residents.

Partner BlueIndy with local shopping businesses to reduce the costs of car sharing for lower-income residents.

Photo of Eugene L
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A small, affordable, three-wheeled vehicle that is technically a motorcycle but much safer and much more fun to operate.

A small, affordable, three-wheeled vehicle that is technically a motorcycle but much safer and much more fun to operate.

Photo of Scott Chenoweth
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A way to identify exact location of stops and five-digit stop numbers for people who are blind, visually-impaired, or have trouble reading.

A way to identify exact location of stops and five-digit stop numbers for people who are blind, visually-impaired, or have trouble reading.

Photo of Susan Jones
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Network by SDG and communities in common going to events, in stations, airports and public transports with Opportumeety

Network by SDG and communities in common going to events, in stations, airports and public transports with Opportumeety

Photo of Jordi Vidiella
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