For September, we'll be discussing three tech projects and their impact on local transportation issues. Doors open at 6:00 with pizza and drinks, and the presentations start at 6:30. The lobby entrance is on Oak St. The revolving doors might be locked, but the doors beside them should remain unlocked all night. Mobility Lab is on the 11th floor.
• Nick Ramfos of MWCOG will show us their new Commuter Connections app which helps you find carpool partners, locate park-and-ride lots, and access other tools to find easier, less expensive ways to get to work.
• Stephanie Nguyen of Silica Labs will preview their upcoming "Landmark" app, which helps people navigate streets using landmarks rather than traditional maps.
• Lou Huang will show us streetmix, a project he worked on as a Code for America fellow, and introduce us to a related Code for America project, transitmix.