Sep 2, 2021
In the United States, heavy- and medium-duty trucks account for nearly a quarter of transportation sector greenhouse gas emissions (GHG). And by...
Aug 23, 2021
We’re excited to share that the Nashville Department of Transportation and Multimodal Infrastructure will be expanding and extending the Smart Zone...
Aug 19, 2021
It’s been almost a year since the Coord team launched the first Smart Zone program with the Park Omaha team in Omaha, Nebraska. Since then, we’ve...
VP, Policy & Partnerships
Oct 30, 2019
Last week, a Coord contingent migrated south with the snowbirds and Disney-obsessed to attend the National Parking Association Convention and Expo in...
Oct 24, 2019
We’re five steps closer to supporting over 100 cities across the globe by 2021 as we welcome the curbs of Boston, Chicago, Atlanta, Denver and our...
CEO & Co-Founder
Oct 16, 2019
Here at Coord, we love signs, especially when they’re clear. What we don’t love is when those signs are actually fakes masquerading as legitimate. If...
Oct 2, 2019
I’m delighted to announce that Dawn Miller has joined the Coord team this week as the Head of Policy & Partnerships. Dawn will be responsible for...
Curb considerations for cities exploring autonomous vehicles We are still in the early age
Sep 30, 2019
As a city official, adding, removing, or adjusting parking in residential and commercial areas can prompt numerous complaints from residents and...
Sep 16, 2019
Nir Fulman, Itzhak Benenson Department of Geography and Human Environment Porter
Nir Fulman & Itzhak Benenson
Sep 6, 2019
Planners in cities all over the world are juggling the dilemma of adjusting parking. Adding, removing
Sep 5, 2019
In the last post of our Curbside Management series, we explored how municipal governments
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