Making parking more efficient to reduce congestion and encourage alternative methods of transportation.

Enable cities to optimize various layers of city transportation to better serve the needs of its citizens through data-driven decision.


Current transit options do not meet future demand.

As cities expand and infrastructure ages, people still need to get around.

 

More now than ever, a solution is imperative.

 

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Sprawling cities

Due to cities' increasingly expensive real estate and continued concentration of economic opportunity, cities and their residents are quickly occupying a larger geographic territory than ever before. 

[Flow] aims to funnel transit data to city officials in hopes of making traffic more bearable and figuring out newer, smarter ways of moving people and goods around the country’s urban areas
— The New York Times
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growing populations

By 2020, more than 70% of the world's population will live in cities. Without the space to accommodate an equal number of cars or parking spaces to people, we must find other solutions to solve mobility.

Our partnership with Sidewalk Labs will help cities engage citizens, improve access to mobility and help cities manage evolving transportation challenges.
— DOT Secretary Anthony Foxx
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longer commutes

With more and more people attempting to reach more dispersed locations, congestion and commute times are growing and inaccessibility is becoming a real issue for today's cities. 

Flow has been designed to help city officials find the fastest, safest, and most affordable methods to transport the greatest number of people.
— Fortune