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Commutifi: The Standard in Commuter Scoring

A relative standard for individuals, companies, and cities to quantify their commute and measure the impact of investments

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Transportation companies and municipal transportation agencies are investing billions and billions of dollars globally towards offering better mobility solutions, without having proper ways to quantify the problems and the impact of these solutions. Without this understanding, cities are having trouble driving adoption of new solutions, diminishing the final impact.


We are doing things differently, by creating a standardized way of measuring commuting routes using our Commuter Score. Like a FICA score does for credit and a SAT for education, this score allows individuals, companies and governments to have a relative baseline on which to understand the current transportation ecosystem and create targeted mobility solutions, incentives and subsidies that can drive positive changes on commuters. 


Commuters take a 3 minute survey that gathers data on their individual commute and behavioral profile. The score is calculated by comparing the current commuting habits and comparing their efficiency relative to the mobility options available to that specific commute. For example, if an individual lives on a bus line but drives a single occupancy vehicle to work, they will receive a lower score than someone who does not live on a bus line and drives.  Once the initial score is calculated, commuters are given personalized recommendations on how to improve their Score by mode shifting. Efficiency is the priority, which is why these recommendations are mode- and provider- agonistic. 


In the end, by focusing on the data, we empower individuals and organizations to create more efficient programs, multiplying the impact of new investments in the ecosystem.

Describe your solution's stage of development

  • Ready to Scale - you have completed and expanded your pilot and are seeing adoption of your solution by your intended user

Tell us about your team or organization (500 characters)

Our company is led by industry veterans and entrepreneurs who have a passion for sustainable mobility and wellness. Its leadership team and advisors comprise some of the most recognized and innovative thinkers in the space. With great management and a novel business model, Commutifi is poised to be one of the winners in the emerging Mobility and Transportation as a Service market. Our team and advisors can be found on our website. Commutifi.com

Size of your team or organization

  • 2-10

Funding Request

  • $100,000

Describe how you would pilot your idea (1000 characters)

Our existing business model has a diversified pricing structure for enterprises, commercial real estate brokers, co-working spaces, and municipalities. This pricing model is already proven, implemented and generating revenue. We provide customized surveys and curate mobility insights to improve, incentivize, and subsidize mobility for employees and constituents.

Describe how you would measure the success of your pilot (1000 characters)

Commutifi's Commuter Score is fundamentally a measurement of success. When a commuter mode shifts, Commutifi will automatically generate the financial, time, and carbon savings of each shift. This will allow the individual, the city, and the company to measure ROI on all transportation, sustainability, and wellness investments.

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The city should create bicycle trails on the highway. Example: if they were to take 1 lane from I-95 north and 1 from south, they will be able to make a bicycle trail in the middle of the highway. By building 5 foot tall concrete barrier with plastic glass ontop of the barrier, protecting cyclists from motorists and any flying debris. And at each existing exit, making a stairway to allow cyclists to safely get On and Off under the bridge and back on the highway. The same can be done for all major highways. This will motivate people to cosider cycling as a much faster way of transportation at high peak hours. Especially from Golden Glades to Downtown Miami on I-95.

Building wider roads is clearly not the solution for our traffic congestion, it's only getting worst. Building safe bike trails will encourage people to commute on a bicycles. Having less cars on the road and less pollution. Distance is not the problem, safety is the biggest concern.

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