Around the world, cities are becoming overrun by e-scooter and ride-sharing companies.
What's the problem?
These companies aren't built to serve riders.
These companies are built to commodify us -- and our personal data.
And in the race to define 21st Century transportation, that's a scary thought.
-- But in our communities, we already have all of the vehicles that these companies are offering.
So instead of allowing their system to take over our cities, we're building a system for us.
What it does
The Shared Mobility Protocol is a vehicle-agnostic base layer for community ridesharing.
- Owners to activate a personal vehicle on a ridehsharing network
- Riders to unlock a vehicle, use it, and re-lock the vehicle
- An exchange of value between the ecosystem participants, based on Rider activity
What's next for Shared Mobility Protocol
Partnering with local governments and communities to make the Shared Mobility Protocol a reality.