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
Feb 27, 2019
Parking Planners aim to provide information to make data-driven decisions and policy. They want to remove emotion from decisions which have impacts...
Feb 12, 2019
Photo by Joy Real Imagine, if you will, the first light of day breaking over a pristine, white city. It’s the type of scene
Jan 22, 2019
Photo by Brandon Mowinkel After three busy days and two quiet Amtrak rides, Stephen Smyth and I are back from this year’s Transportation Research...
CTO & Co-Founder
Jan 16, 2019
Provo, Utah, had a parking problem — or so drivers in the downtown area thought. As the city recently wrote on its Facebook page, “a 2015 study of...
Jan 9, 2019
By 2020, will this be a row of parked scooters? (Photo by Z Klein) Almost everyone who tracks mobility trends agrees: 2018 was the year of the...
Dec 12, 2018
Why curb regulations get complicated, and what cities can do about it Most traffic signs convey a single message with a symbol or a short phrase....
Dec 5, 2018
The robot wants to know if you have an API for it to use. As 2018 winds down at Coord, one of the things we’re most thankful for are APIs. Not only...
Nov 29, 2018
While private companies, including Apple, are collecting massive amounts of data to find routes for people who prefer not to drive, local and state...
Nov 8, 2018
7,000 blocks + 35,000 parking signs + 30,000 painted curbs = 1 useful map of LA curbs Los
CEO & Co-Founder
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