Jan 19, 2021
We’re kicking off 2021 in South Florida with a forecast of warm weather, sunny skies, and more Smart Zones! Last year we selected four cities for our...
Jan 12, 2021
To say 2020 has been challenging for cities and communities would be an understatement. But these trying times have also highlighted our resilience....
VP, Policy & Partnerships
Dec 14, 2020
We’re off to an exciting start in Aspen! As a reminder, back in November, we launched our second Smart Zone pilot. This program was a partnership...
Jan 29, 2020
Across the globe, large cities strive to advance equity. Cities are mainly concerned with providing their residents with an equal opportunity to...
Adjunct Professor, New York University
Jan 9, 2020
In late 2018 the NYC Taxi and Limousine Commission (TLC) decided 2019 would be “The Year of the Bike.” This was before the tragic 2019 spate of NYC...
Nov 6, 2019
Executive Summary Coord simplifies on-street parking data collection through software-based
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 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
Curb considerations for cities exploring autonomous vehicles We are still in the early age
Sep 16, 2019
Nir Fulman, Itzhak Benenson Department of Geography and Human Environment Porter
Nir Fulman & Itzhak Benenson
Sep 5, 2019
In the last post of our Curbside Management series, we explored how municipal governments
Aug 17, 2019
Advocates for more equitable use of curb space got a boost earlier this summer when the website Kings County Politics broke the story that New York...
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