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Top 10 transit-accessible city halls, by MobilityScore

Posted by Rachel Karitis on 9/22/17 10:05 AM

We work with a lot of city halls and municipal buildings that want to measure their sustainable transit options. The #smartcities movement is alive and well, and we couldn't be happier for it. But which city hall has the most mobility options available? Here are the top 10.

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Topics: MobilityScore, Mobility, Smart Cities

The most transportation-friendly NFL stadiums, by MobilityScore

Posted by Rachel Karitis on 9/22/17 10:04 AM

Football season is upon us, and that means one thing: paying too much for parking to watch the game. Luckily, in several cities, there's another way! We've used our new MobilityScore algorithm to rank the top 5 most transit-accessible stadiums. Here we go!

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Topics: MobilityScore, Mobility

Top 5 DC neighborhoods, by MobilityScore

Posted by Rachel Karitis on 9/22/17 9:15 AM

All neighborhoods in a city are not created with equal mobility. Even in a city like Washington, DC, with so many different ways to get around, some areas are going to be better-served than others.

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Topics: Mobility, MobilityScore, Smart Cities

Introducing MobilityScore

Posted by Team TransitScreen on 9/22/17 9:00 AM

MobilityScore® helps you understand how easy it is to get around. It works at any location or address within the US and Canada and gives you a score ranging from 0 (no mobility choices) to 100 (excellent mobility choices).

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Topics: MobilityScore, Product Updates, Company News, Mobility