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Thank you for your participation in the Propose Phase of the City of Tomorrow Challenge! We received 129 proposals that aim to design commutes in Pittsburgh that are seamless, welcoming and intuitive.

The proposals are currently being evaluated by representatives from the city of Pittsburgh, local organizations, and corporate partners to select the semi-finalists for the Refine Phase.

We’d also like to hear what you think of the ideas so we get an understanding of which ideas have the greatest public support. 

We would like to invite you to vote for your favorite ideas to improve transportation in Pittsburgh. You’ll find all the proposals have been displayed in the Refine Phase. Cast your vote by placing a heart next to the idea(s) of your choice and three community members who post the most popular proposals will receive a special reward to the value of $250 in Amazon Gift Cards. The Steering Committee will also take into account public support for the ideas when judging the proposals, along with other Evaluation Criteria.

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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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To help employees safely & conveniently get to and from work, which benefits employers by improving retention, productivity & service.

To help employees safely & conveniently get to and from work, which benefits employers by improving retention, productivity & service.

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Scoop will launch our carpooling solution to Pittsburgh commuters and will provide City of Tomorrow funded incentives to encourage adoption

Scoop will launch our carpooling solution to Pittsburgh commuters and will provide City of Tomorrow funded incentives to encourage adoption

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