Cool Mobility Apps: September Edition

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.

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  • John

    I'm not a programmer but I am interested in how new mobile and web based technologies can help improve urban transportation. I biked to the meeting from the Navy Yard neighborhood of D.C. and wrote about my impressions of the Meetup at

    September 5

  • Paul G.

    All three presentations were great. I loved Landmark because I am kind of obsessed with architecture photos. (@pgoddin on Instagram--plug!). Streetmix was great too. Where have I been that I hadn't heard of that until now. Thanks Michael for creating this community.

    1 · September 5

  • Bob T.

    Excellent speakers as always and great hosting by Michael. Looking forward to more apps next month and bikes in November.

    September 4

  • Ann V.

    thx Michael for another great meetup evening!!! Nick Ramfos of MWCOG re: their new website commuter app - Stephanie Nguyen of Silica Labs about their great new "Landmarks" app in beta - and Lou Huang about his Code for America project "streetmix" - all very interesting and great sharings! this is really a "don't miss this" meetup!!

    1 · September 4

  • Steve Y.

    Sorry to miss this one, but I have two other meetings that night.
    We should do a meet up to discuss Reach-a-Ride.

    September 3

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