Delivering the Digital Curb

Coord is an online platform that helps cities manage their curbs so that they can reduce congestion, improve safety and generate new revenue.

Reimagine curb operations with Smart Zones

Reduce congestion, improve safety and generate new revenue by creating tech-enabled Smart Zones, zones that provide commercial drivers with advanced curbside intelligence to find places to load safely and efficiently.

Build a holistic view of your curbs

To place Smart Zones where they’ll be used and needed, it’s important to know what the current rules and regulations are for your city’s curbs and alleys. Automatically combine asset data, municipal codes and parking prices to home in on the best spots to site the zones.


Determine Smart Zone prices and hours

Collect or import demand data sources (occupancy, paid parking etc) and price your Smart Zones based on current needs and usage of your curbs. Hours and prices of Smart Zones can be adjusted at any time, as conditions change and new data comes in.

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Set up and launch Smart Zones

An asset-light approach means Smart Zones can be implemented and iterated quickly.

Fleet sign-up is also quick and simple with the Coord fleet portal, allowing fleets to pay for their drivers and manage their loading activity.

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Analyze, optimize and expand your zones

Analyze Smart Zone data in Coord’s dashboards, including the times of day drivers are most often loading and which zones are most popular. Use this information to adjust Smart Zone times and add locations to meet demonstrated demand.

In addition, provide your fleet partners with a dashboard to view their drivers’ zone usage and spend.

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What Coord helps cities do

Coord helps cities develop curb use strategies, translate these strategies into specific curb permissions, and actively manage the way fleet drivers access curb space.


Transportation Planning

How many loading and parking spaces do we lose when we add a bike or bus lane?


Urban Freight & Deliveries

How do I give commercial drivers incentives to use loading zones instead of double-parking?


Parking Management

How many curb spaces do we have in a permit zone relative to how many permits we’ve issued?


Ride-hail Management

How do I encourage ride-hail to use designated pick-up/drop-off zones to reduce congestion & ensure safety?


Community Engagement

How can I show residents and businesses the differences in alternative curb space use options?


Adjusting Parking Meter Pricing

What prices will improve parking availability and reduce congestion from drivers circling for parking?

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Coord for fleets

With Smart Zones, Coord helps commercial and fleet drivers deliver efficiently and safely.


Minimize time taken for pick-ups & deliveries by routing to available curb space.


Reduce congestion and potential conflict for space along the curb.


Reduce tickets and tows by loading legally in dedicated, bookable loading space


Read more about our work

Boost your Curb IQ by learning about policy changes, guest posts, best practices from the industry & more.

Mar 3, 2021

Delivering with Smart Zones: A Day in the Life of an Alsco Driver

Since our inception, Coord has been focused on how we can use technology to make loading in cities safer and more efficient. As part of this, we make...


Kenny Durell

Product Specialist

Feb 15, 2021

How Smart Zones Impact The Cost of the Last Mile

The demand for deliveries in cities is expected to grow 78% by 2030. Industry experts report that up to 50% of overall delivery costs are...


Doneliza Joaquin

Program Manager

Feb 5, 2021

Green Light in Omaha: Smart Zone Pilot Program Continues

Coord is delighted to announce that it is extending its partnership with Park Omaha and the city’s Smart Zone program. Omaha, Nebraska was one of...


Doneliza Joaquin

Program Manager

Coord in the news

Why Coord?


Aligned Incentives: City and Coord Succeed Together

City and Coord share incentive to promote useful curb services to as many fleets as possible, improving compliance & generating revenue


Future-Proof: City Data Belongs to the City

City can export data in a standardized format and make it available through other channels, retaining value of investments; no special hardware required


Privacy First Approach: We Sell Tools, Not Personally Identifiable Info (PII)

Coord follows established industry standards and can demonstrate adherence to city-specific policies