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The search for Amazon HQ2: MobilityScore as a site selection tool

Posted by Rachel Karitis on 10/30/17 11:39 AM

Introduction

As part of Amazon’s search for its next headquarters, more than 200 cities have submitted bids to the company to declare they they, above all other options, are the right place for the job. Amazon has a lengthy list of requirements, but the one that involved us the most was direct access to rail, train, subway, and bus routes.

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Topics: MobilityScore

Who will win the World Series of mobility? MLB playoff team stadiums, ranked.

Posted by Rachel Karitis on 10/10/17 11:23 AM

Baseball season is drawing to a close, which means it's playoff time. We're sure you've already filled your brackets out, but we've got some ideas of our own. We may not exactly be sports experts (and may have had to Google "how many teams are in the playoffs MLB 2017"), but we are mobility experts. Allow us to present: the 2017 MLB playoff teams, ranked by MobilityScore.

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Topics: MobilityScore

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: Mobility, MobilityScore

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: Mobility, MobilityScore

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

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: Company News, Mobility, MobilityScore