We believe Smart Cities and public transit services are the backbone of equitable shared mobility today and into the future. Omnimodal is an interdisciplinary team of mobility tech and equity experts working with Smart Cities to connect all commuters across all modes of transportation to the Mobility as a Service (MaaS) marketplace.
Multimodal Data API Consulting
We connect public transit and first mile/last mile mobility services to Smart Cities and multimodal commuters with interoperable real-time info and seamless payment options.
Our data and software solutions include:
- GTFS Static, GTFS Realtime and GBFS Data Creation/Management
- Navigation App Data Interoperability i.e. Google Maps, Apple Maps, Transit App and Moovit
- Mixed-mode Trip Planning and Socially Responsible Commuting Tools
- Regional, Multimodal Connectivity for Real-time Passenger Information (RTPI) + Seamless Payment
- Equitable Multimodal Payment Options
- Mobility ROI + Quality of Life Impact Metrics
- Curb Management
Equity-first Mobility as a Service (MaaS) + Socially Responsible Commuting
Join Our Equity-first Mobility as a Service Pilot Program!
Social responsibility is the missing piece when we talk about mobility. Convenience and equity are critical to the mobility services Smart Cities provide. But so is empowering commuters with socially responsible trip planning options that allow them to calculate mobility cost-savings, reduce their carbon footprint, increase their daily active commuting, and more.
We want to connect with Smart City coalitions including city and county governments, employers and colleges around the world to pilot plugging public transit agencies and other emerging mobility partners into the equity-first Mobility as a Service movement.
- Equity-first Mobility as a Service Subscriptions and Pay-as-you-Go Options
- Quality of Life and Social Impact Data Modeling & Analytics
- Socially Responsible Commuting Tools
Our Social Mission
As a social enterprise, our mission is to co-create equitable, inclusive and healthy Smart Cities that increase economic mobility, physical activity and sustainable commuting practices for everyone.
When Smart Cities and their community partners financially invest in equity-first Mobility as a Service, they empower all of their residents with convenient, equitable and socially responsible multimodal choices. Whether you are riding the bus, using bikeshare or scootershare, checking out a car-share vehicle to run an errand off a toll road, hailing a rideshare service with friends or reserving a smart park ‘n’ ride spot so you can catch the train on time, etc.
We believe equity-first MaaS can help dismantle socioeconomic inequality, when done right. Unreliable and socially exclusive transportation options leave folks behind and further marginalize those already navigating institutionalized oppression and infrastructural discrimination including people…with disabilities, without bank accounts, who are undocumented or who are homeless as well as minors and seniors, workers not being paid a living wage, people of color, immigrants, veterans, caretakers (folks with one or more dependents), LGBTQ+ people and more.
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Reducing Commute Times
Connecting regional public transit services to the GTFS and GTFS Realtime app ecosystem
Access to Healthy Foods
Modeling real-time access to fresh fruits and vegetables in food deserts for mobile farmers markets
Prototyping location affordability/job access trip planning engines for planning & engineering firms
Clients and Collaborators
Our clients and collaborators include Smart Cities, DOTs, public transit agencies and alternative mobility providers, 3rd party app developers, and planning and engineering firms.
- TranSystems and the Florida Department of Transportation
- Trillium and the Oregon Department of Transportation
- City of Orlando
- International Drive Business Improvement District
- Sanford Community Redevelopment Agency
- Google Maps
- Apple Maps
- Transit App
- Hebni Nutrition Consultants
“Transportation, the ability to get from place to place, is always one of the key problems contributing to poverty and unemployment. Omnimodal is tackling that problem.”
—Mark Brewer, Central Florida Foundation and Rally Social Enterprise Accelerator
“They navigated every step of the process on our behalf from becoming a Google Transit Partner to going live and marketing this new service to our guests. All the while keeping us ‘in the know’ at all times and translating the ‘Google speak’ into everyday English.”
—Lynn Havanec, International Drive Business Improvement District
“When you think of Central Florida, the first thing that comes to mind isn’t usually public transportation. David Thomas Moran and Nathan Selikoff want to change that. Through their Orlando-based startup Omnimodal, they aim to make public transit easier, more reliable and less of a hassle for people in even the most car-focused places with a system providing real-time data about local transportation systems to existing apps.”
—Anne Field, Forbes