Profile Caitlin Soergel Are you a resident of one of our challenge cities?: None of the above What is your most common mode of transportation?: Personal vehicle Do you work for Ford or any of our challenge partners?: No If no, what organization do you work for?: PSC What are you hoping to get out of the challenge?: Rewarded for my insights and opinions United States Last activity: on 12/10/2018 Joined: on 04/07/2018 Design quotient Research 25pt Idea 35pt Evaluation 0pt Collaboration 18pt Total 78pt Recent contributions (4) Contribution list Rewarding Behavior I think that possibly offering a reward or incentive for walking or taking public transportation would definitely help to sway people. 2 3 Caitlin Soergel 11:37, Oct 01, 2018 Have more bus stops available to outskirts I think by offering more connections that are in close proximity, people would be more inclined toward public transportation options. 4 0 Caitlin Soergel Updated on 11:36, Jul 30, 2018 Electric Vehicles How many parking areas cater to electric vehicles? I haven't seen very many places where you can plug in and charge a car. I'm just curious. 1 1 Caitlin Soergel 06:21, Jul 15, 2018 View all contributions Recent comments (3) View all link Caitlin commented on Bicycle Action Plan 12:30, Jul 18, 2018 I agree with having a more concrete or tangible reward for this. I feel people are highly motivated by rewards, not always a"chanxe" at a reward. link Caitlin commented on Google maps: My savior 12:27, Jul 18, 2018 I would agree that Google maps is very helpful. I know it has been very helpful to me during construction detours and road closures. link Caitlin commented on Where are all the ride-hailing services? 06:27, Jul 15, 2018 I think there are other services like Lyft too. I feel like they were pulling your chain and just didn't want to be up that early to help you, unfortunately. I know with Uber, the driver gets to basically pick their own schedule.