Want To Help Improve the Commuting Experience?

Call for Volunteers - join us in improving the commuting experience!

The New Cities Foundation Task Force on Connected Commuting is undertaking a bold new study to better understand how to improve the commute experience. The project takes a multi-modal approach to understanding commuting by observing those who travel by car and those who use public transportation. The Task force will measure the impact of having easier access to real-time information about local travel conditions from fellow commuters. By doing so, the study seeks to gain insights into commuter behavior that will spur innovative solutions to improve commuting.

The Task Force is looking for volunteers who commute to San Jose for work and whose commute is 30 minutes or longer. The study is focusing along Highway 101 from the Peninsula and up 101 from south Santa Clara County, along Interstates 680 and 880 from the East Bay, and along Highway 237 between Mountain View and San Jose.

To sign up, please contact Naureen Kabir at naureen.kabir@newcitiesfoundation.org.

Thanks in advance for your participation. The Foundation is looking for volunteers to participate in a few focus sessions (2 hours or so). They would like to know how your experience using Waze has impacted your daily commute.

Once you have contacted the New Cities Foundation, they’ll provide your contact information to the research facility for further instructions on the aspects of the study.

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