The Next Generation Mobility Challenge Winner | Net Impact

The Next Generation Mobility Challenge Winner


The Next Generation Mobility Challenge is a partnership between Net Impact and the Toyota Mobility Foundation. Interdisciplinary student teams used a design process to generate ideas to improve mobility for vulnerable populations. Check out the finalists' video pitches below!

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University of Colorado, Boulder

Project Mobius provides company-sponsored employee transportation for low-income workers.


Team Members

Carrie Cardona, Masters in Architecture, CU Denver
Wenjin “Steven” Li, Undergraduate in Mechanical Engineering, CU Boulder
Andrew Gelfman, Undergraduate in Computer Science/Engineering, CU Boulder

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California College of the Arts

The Hub is a carpooling service for commuting parents and local community members.


Team Members

Nisha Pathak, Masters in Information Management and Systems, UC Berkeley
Sam Anderson, BFA in Interaction Design, California College of the Arts
Daniel Quon, MBA in Design Strategy, California College of the Arts

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Georgia Institute of Technology

Para Pickup is a subscription-based taxi service that gives wheelchair users flexibility by supplementing existing paratransit.


Team Members

Wenxin “Sally” Xia, Masters in Digital Media, Georgia Tech
Zhengyang “Kris” Weng, Undergraduate in Mechanical Engineering, Georgia Tech
Pranav Nair, Masters in Industrial and Product Design, Georgia Tech
Riley Keen, Masters in Industrial Design, Georgia Tech

Georgia Institute of Technology

Para Pickup is a subscription-based taxi service that gives wheelchair users flexibility by supplementing existing paratransit.

University of Colorado, Boulder

Project Mobius provides company-sponsored employee transportation for low-income workers.

California College of the Arts

The Hub is a carpooling service for commuting parents and local community members.


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