WRI India and Toyota Mobility Foundation launch STAMP Data Innovation Challenge to improve last mile connectivity to Kochi Metro
JANUARY 30, 2019
WRI India Ross Center for Sustainable cities and Toyota Mobility Foundation (TMF) in collaboration with Kochi Metro Rail Limited (KMRL) jointly launched the Station Access and Mobility Program (STAMP) Data Innovation Challenge on Wednesday.
Winners of STAMP 2019 Kochi Data Innovation Challenge Announced
APRIL 1, 2019
Kochi Metro Rail Limited, WRI India, and TMF-led Challenge aims at improving integrated transport in the city with the metro at the nexus
Winners for the Accessible Transport for Berlin Challenge Announced
APRIL 11, 2019
BeeSonix and Bischof will now implement their proof of concept in Berlin, Germany
Wheelchair users call for urgent innovation to increase global economic productivity
JULY 19, 2018
Data from a new international survey of wheelchair users on behalf of the Toyota Mobility Foundation highlights the need for innovation in the field of assistive technology to allow people with limited mobility the opportunity to fulfil their potential in the workplace. The impact of which could have huge consequences for the estimated 65 million people worldwide who use a wheelchair and for the global economy.
Ultra-lightweight Intelligent Wheelchair Receives $1M as Winner of Mobility Unlimited Challenge
DECEMBER 17, 2020
The winner of the three-year Mobility Unlimited Challenge has now been announced with Phoenix Instinct from the UK receiving $1 million to further develop their intelligent ultra-light carbon fiber wheelchair, bring it to market, and ultimately, transform millions of lives in the disability community for the greater good.
Traveling on Delhi Metro becomes more seamless through the Station Access and Mobility Program (STAMP)
SEPTEMBER 1, 2022
The Transport Department, Govt. of NCT, Delhi, and Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC), in association with Toyota Mobility Foundation (TMF) and World Resources Institute India (WRI India), today launched the Delhi edition of the Station Access and Mobility Program (STAMP), to improve multimodal integration to and from the metro.
Transferring Mobility Successes from City to City
Can we offer target cities the keys to success from "smart cities" with effective implementation strategies?
Traffic Congestion Mitigation Project in Bangkok, Thailand Completed by the Toyota Mobility Foundation Closing ceremony held to share outcomes
APRIL 20, 2017
The Toyota Mobility Foundation (TMF) inaugural project to mitigate traffic congestion in Bangkok, Thailand has ended. TMF held a closing ceremony to share the outcomes of the project.
Toyota Mobility Foundation, Energy Systems Network, and May Mobility Inaugurate Free Autonomous Shuttle Service in Indianapolis
JUNE 22, 2021
The Toyota Mobility Foundation (TMF), Energy Systems Network (ESN), and the Indiana Economic Development Corporation (IEDC), have joined with May Mobility, a leader in autonomous vehicle (AV) technology and shuttle operations, to inaugurate the launch of a free autonomous shuttle service in Central Indiana. The service, a part of TMF’s Together in Motion Indiana, began on June 1, 2021 and serves the downtown Indianapolis and Indiana University–Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI) communities. Together in Motion is an initiative bringing stakeholders together to test the interoperability of mobility innovations and facilitates the efficient movement of people and goods. The autonomous shuttle service supports the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) Sustainable Cities and Communities goal (#11), as well as Toyota’s commitment to providing Mobility for All.
Toyota Mobility Foundation Unveils Five Visions for the Future of Mobility at CES
JANUARY 7, 2019
The five finalists in the three-year Mobility Unlimited Challenge have been unveiled at CES in Las Vegas. The Toyota Mobility Foundation launched the $4 million global challenge in 2017 in partnership with Nesta’s Challenge Prize Centre, with the aim of improving the lives of millions of people with lower-limb paralysis.
Toyota Mobility Foundation to study vehicle data to inform road maintenance inspection in Akaiwa City, Okayama, Japan
JULY 22, 2019
Together with Akaiwa City, the Okayama Prefecture, Okayama University, and the local Akaiwa City Police, TMF is holding a conference to discuss studying connected car data to inform road maintenance.
Toyota Mobility Foundation to create a recommendation to improve vehicle inspection systems and promote safe and sustainable mobility in Africa
JUNE 26, 2019
In support of the Republic of Rwanda’s plan to improve road vehicles in the country, the Toyota Mobility Foundation has begun research to examine the current national vehicle inspection system.
Toyota Mobility Foundation Selects the Ueyama District of Mimasaka City, Okayama Prefecture for Its First Program in Japan Provide the Freedom of Mobility in Mountainous Areas, and Contribute to Richer Lifestyles
DECEMBER 25, 2015
The Toyota Mobility Foundation (TMF) announced today that it has decided and concluded a grant agreement to support the “Ueyama Mobility Project” in the Ueyama District of Mimasaka-city, Okayama Prefecture.
Toyota Mobility Foundation Publishes the “Building Mobility Systems Suitable to Local Communities” Guidebook
JULY 12, 2018
Since 2016, the Toyota Mobility Foundation has been working with local communities to establish mobility systems in the mountainous communities of Japan. They are partnering on projects in the Ueyama district of Mimasaka City in the Okayama prefecture and in the Asuke district of Toyota City in the Aichi prefecture.
Toyota Mobility Foundation Launches Program in Da Nang, Vietnam
JUNE 9, 2015
Toyota Mobility Foundation (TMF) today announced its second program, which will launch in Da Nang, Vietnam to address emerging transportation issues in the rapidly growing mid-size city.
Toyota Mobility Foundation joins Public, Private and Academic Parties to launch the Rama4 Project to ease traffic congestion in Bangkok
Toyota Mobility Foundation joins Public, Private and Academic Parties to launch the Rama4 Project to ease traffic congestion in Bangkok
NOVEMBER 18, 2019
Toyota Mobility Foundation cooperates with the Ministry of Transport, Bangkok Metropolitan Administration, Metropolitan Police Bureau, Chulalongkorn University and Grab Thailand to use advanced data driven analytics and solutions to ease congestion on Rama4 in Bangkok
Toyota Mobility Foundation Joins New Cities Foundation as Global Strategic Member
MAY 16, 2016
The New Cities Foundation today welcomed the Toyota Mobility Foundation as its latest Global Strategic Member. The partnership between the two organizations aims to activate the next generation of urban mobility solutions.
Toyota Mobility Foundation Introduces Global Next-Gen Urban Development & Traffic Management Challenge with MDEC
FEBRUARY 13, 2020
TMF has entered into an agreement with the Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation (MDEC) to launch the City Architecture for Tomorrow Challenge (CATCH).
Toyota Mobility Foundation holds Official Side Event during the 8th Tokyo International Conference on African Development
AUGUST 26, 2022
Toyota Mobility Foundation (TMF) will hold an Official Online Side Event during the 8th Tokyo International Conference on African Development (TICAD8) on 29th August 2022, to search for new partners willing to collaborate and make TMF’s ongoing projects in Africa more sustainable. TMF is currently carrying out projects with the aim to improve quality of life in rural Sub-Saharan Africa through providing e-mobility and other mobility solutions.
Toyota Mobility Foundation deploys two- and four-wheeler rental and ride-sharing solutions to alleviate congestion and enhance access to the Metro across BengaluruNew Article
JULY 20, 2018
The Toyota Mobility Foundation (TMF) and the World Resources Institute (WRI) have initiated a project to deploy two- and four-wheeler rental and ride sharing solutions for congestion alleviation and enhanced first- and last-mile connectivity at six metro stations in Bengaluru, India.
Toyota Mobility Foundation Calls for Second Round of Research Proposals to Support Innovative Hydrogen Energy Solutions
SEPTEMBER 21, 2018
The Toyota Mobility Foundation (TMF) is calling for research proposals from Japan for 2018 under the Hydrogen Research Initiative established in 2017.
Toyota Mobility Foundation begins activities in Toyooka City, Japan and HYOGO TOYOTA provides transportation services at the Toyooka Theater Festival
AUGUST 30, 2019
TMF begins mobility activities to improve transportation for local residents and tourists to support the revitalization of the local Toyooka economy.
Toyota Mobility Foundation Awards 10 Grants for Hydrogen Research Initiative
MARCH 30, 2018
The Toyota Mobility Foundation (TMF) has selected ten researchers to receive grants from the research program to support innovative hydrogen energy solutions launched last year.
Toyota Mobility Foundation Announces Six Finalists for the City Architecture for Tomorrow Challenge
JANUARY 27, 2021
Six solution ideas were announced as finalists for the City Architecture for Tomorrow Challenge (CATCH) program. The Toyota Mobility foundation (TMF) launched CATCH in February 2020 with a global call for dynamic, intelligent and data-driven solutions to address mobility and city planning challenges in Kuala Lumpur.
Toyota Mobility Foundation and World Resources Institute Work to Enhance Accessibility and Multi-Modal Mobility in Six Indian Cities
JUNE 8, 2018
The Toyota Mobility Foundation (TMF) and the World Resources Institute (WRI) have agreed to work together to enhance metro accessibility through multi-modal mobility solutions in six Indian cities over the next three years, from 2018 to 2021.
Toyota Mobility Foundation and Chulalongkorn University Celebrate Innovative Project to Alleviate Traffic in Bangkok
NOVEMBER 23, 2015
Today, the Toyota Mobility Foundation (TMF) joined with Chulalongkorn University (Chula) to celebrate an ongoing project to combat Bangkok’s traffic congestion.
Together In Motion Indiana Contactless Delivery Service Has Launched in Central Indiana
APRIL 1, 2022
The Toyota Mobility Foundation (TMF) and Energy Systems Network (ESN) have joined with Udelv, a leader in multi-stop last- and mid-mile delivery vehicles, to provide services to two non-profit organizations in central Indiana under TMF’s Together in Motion initiative. The delivery vehicle was launched in Indianapolis on November 5th, 2021 and has enabled HATCH for Hunger and Southeast Community Services to provide essential goods to community members and food pantry partners. The rising necessity of contactless delivery throughout the coronavirus pandemic led TMF to explore implementation of advanced goods delivery methodologies. The service will end at the beginning of May 2022.
Together in Motion Indiana Autonomous Shuttle Service Launches in Fishers, Indiana on December 20
DECEMBER 1, 2021
The Toyota Mobility Foundation (TMF), Energy Systems Network (ESN), the Indiana Economic Development Corporation (IEDC), and the City of Fishers have joined with May Mobility, a leader in autonomous vehicle (AV) technology and shuttle operations, to inaugurate a free, public autonomous shuttle service on December 20, 2021 to serve the area surrounding the Nickel Plate Cultural District in Fishers, Ind. The AV shuttle service is part of the Together in Motion Indiana initiative announced earlier this year by TMF and ESN that previously provided a similar autonomous shuttle service in downtown Indianapolis for six months.
Together In Motion Indiana
Starting in June 2021, Together in Motion Indiana’s autonomous vehicle (AV) shuttle operated by May Mobility will provide rides in the Indianapolis area. The two concurrent pilots, in Indianapolis (June 2021 - November 2021) and Fishers (December 2021 - June 2022) are a partnership between Toyota Mobility Foundation, ESN, IEDC, the City of Fishers, and May Mobility to provide free AV rides to the community.
TMF Works with Rekor Subsidiary Waycare Technologies to Improve Traffic Congestion and Safety in Central Bangkok Using Artificial Intelligence
September 30, 2021
Rekor Systems, Inc., a global AI technology company with a mission to build safer, smarter and more efficient cities around the world through intelligent infrastructure, announced its subsidiary Waycare Technologies has collaborated with TMF to reduce traffic congestion and incidents in Bangkok, Thailand. The deployment, which started in March 2021 and is expected to run for a year, targets Thailand’s oldest and busiest road—Rama IV Road in Bangkok, Thailand.
TMF to Expand Provision of Connected and Sanitized Mobility Services to support Healthcare in Indonesia in Support of the Fight against COVID-19
JUNE 5, 2020
TMF will provide four connected and sanitized shuttles for six medical institutions that will help the staff of these institutions carry test specimens to a COVID-19 test laboratory in a more efficient and, more importantly, safer manner.
TMF to Expand Provision of Connected and Sanitized Mobility Services to Healthcare Workers in Philippines in Support of the Fight Against COVID-19
MAY 8, 2020
TMF will provide up to 10 connected and sanitized shuttles to Philippine General Hospital, free-of-charge, to help medical and other staff at the hospital commute safely and efficiently.
TMF Supported Joint Research in Hydrogen Energy Solutions Published in International Journal of Hydrogen Energy
FEBRUARY 9, 2023
A review article by a team of researchers supported by the Toyota Mobility Foundation (TMF) has been published in the International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, a world-renowned scientific journal issued by the Dutch academic publisher Elsevier.
TMF Selects 5 Teams in the “Fun & Safety Category” of the Make a Move Project
MARCH 10, 2023
Toyota Mobility Foundation (TMF) has selected five teams to work on activities in the first half of 2023 in the “Fun & Safety―Safely Experience Peak Excitement” category of its Make a Move Project, an idea contest aiming to realize the practical implementation of ideas and solutions in society.
TMF launches “App through the Eifel” – the new carpooling portal for the Eifel district of Bitburg-Prüm
APRIL 20, 2023
As a rural area, individual mobility in the Eifel district is still strongly linked to the car as the primary means of transport. In 2014, the Verbandsgemeinde Speicher and its working group on mobility in rural areas began to create alternative mobility services and set up a series of turquoise "ride-sharing benches".
TMF Introductory Training for Human Centered Design and Journey Mapping
Introduction to Human Centered Design concepts and TMF’s approach to integrating these techniques into our projects. The short training provides a concise narrative and resources.
TMF Designates First Mobility Pilot Technologies & Collaborators for Indiana Future Mobility District Initiative
FEBRUARY 25, 2021
Today, the Toyota Mobility Foundation (TMF) and Energy Systems Network (ESN) designates May Mobility and Udelv as the first two deployments of the Future Mobility District initiative. The Future Mobility District initiative, established in collaboration with the Indiana Economic Development Corporation (IEDC), aims to foster innovation through industry partnerships and propel research and development in advanced mobility technologies in Indiana.
TMF Calls for Applications in the "Mobility for ALL" Category of the Make a Move Project 2023
MARCH 1, 2023
Today, Toyota Mobility Foundation (TMF) started accepting applications for this year in the “Mobility for ALL ~ Bringing the Potential of Mobility to Everyone” category of its Make a Move Project, an idea contest aiming to realize the practical implementation of ideas and solutions in society.
TMF announces results of the Traffic Data Management Project on Rama4 Road in Bangkok
APRIL 25, 2023
The Toyota Mobility Foundation (TMF), an independent non-profit foundation, along with its partners, the Thailand Ministry of Transport, the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration, the Metropolitan Police Bureau, and the Chulalongkorn University, held their closing event of The Rama4 Model: Unlocking Traffic Data for a Better Tomorrow (Rama4 Model) to announce the learnings and recommendations from their 3.5 year project using human centric data to seek means of easing congestion in Bangkok. The project began in November 2019, focused on Rama4 road as the targeted testing environment, to gather data and gain insights into the effective usage of data in mitigating traffic congestion and enhancing traffic management.
TMF announces innovative and data-driven mobility solutions for Kuala Lumpur as result of City Architecture for Tomorrow Challenge
FEBRUARY 13, 2023
The Toyota Mobility Foundation (TMF), a non-profit organization, announced the results of CATCH – The City Architecture for Tomorrow Challenge – a 3-year data-driven innovation challenge launched in February 2020, co-organized by Deloitte Future of Mobility Solution Centre (Deloitte), and delivered in partnership with Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) and the Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation (MDEC).
TMF and Partners Establish Digital Platform to Help Support People and Industry in Rural Germany
JUNE 2, 2020
TMF, the Rhineland-Palatinate Eifel district of Bitburg-Prüm and the Cologne-based Digital Innovation Lab Erlkoenig.io have joined forces to enhance people’s lives and improve the competitiveness of industry in rural areas through digital solutions.
TMF and Partners Conclude a Collaboration to Reduce Accidents in Okinawa
FEBRUARY 6, 2023
Toyota Mobility Foundation (TMF), together with its partners, has recently concluded a collaboration agreement with the Okinawa Prefectural Police Headquarters for verification testing to support safe driving for rental car users in Okinawa Prefecture.
TMF and NOW GmbH launch online platform for creating various energy scenarios for regions in Germany
APRIL 26, 2023
The Toyota Mobility Foundation, the National Organization for Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Technology (NOW GmbH) jointly launched the platform for the development of scenarios for a regional hydrogen economy today.
TMF and Nagoya City Enter Traffic Safety Partnership Agreement
APRIL 10, 2023
The Toyota Mobility Foundation (TMF) has concluded a partnership agreement with Nagoya City in the Aichi Prefecture of Japan to enhance and strengthen traffic safety along school routes.
TMF and JADA launch grant program to support automobile dealers’ community service activities in Japan
SEPTEMBER 9, 2019
The Toyota Mobility Foundation and the Japan Automobile Dealers Association are launching a grant program to support automobile dealers who deliver services to meet local communities’ needs in Japan.
TMF & JADA Select Automobile Dealer Community Support Projects to Receive Grants
APRIL 10, 2020
They requested proposals that facilitate programs and mechanisms that go beyond business and intend to contribute to their local communities. In response, 51 proposals were received and 29 projects were selected.
ThruDoor - A Human Companion Mobility Service & App
Can we use smart phone and other technology to match a user with needs to a trained and verified assistant, so they can complete any journey with confidence?
The $4 million challenge to transform the world of people with lower-limb paralysis
NOVEMBER 16, 2017
The Toyota Mobility Foundation, in partnership with Nesta’s Challenge Prize Centre, has launched a $4 million dollar global challenge to change the lives of people with lower-limb paralysis, culminating in the unveiling of the winners in Tokyo in 2020.
Successful Completion of Connected and Sanitized Mobility Services Project for Healthcare Workers in Thailand
JULY 15, 2020
TMF announced the successful completion of its connected and sanitized mobility services for healthcare workers working at the Rajavithi Hospital located in Bangkok, Thailand.
Students’ Concept for Mobility App for the Blind Wins National Challenge from Toyota and Net Impact
MAY 25, 2016
Summer Internship for Winning Team to Advance App Concept and Support Toyota’s Partner Robotics Work
Start-ups Chosen to Provide Crowd Management and Last-Mile Connectivity for Mumbai Metro
NOVEMBER 21, 2019
Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA) in collaboration with WRI India Ross Center and the Toyota Mobility Foundation (TMF) announced the Station Access and Mobility Program (STAMP) 2019 grant and pilot awardees
Social Equity Consideration in Transportation Finance
Can we develop a framework for evaluating proposed transportation projects to ensure they will result in equitable outcomes across all of society?
Sixteen Semi-Finalists for City Architecture for Tomorrow Challenge Unveiled
AUGUST 13, 2020
Over 90 teams of innovators from more than 20 countries submitted innovative data-driven solutions to improve mobility and city planning in Kuala Lumpur
Browse TMF supported research studies.
Realizing the Future of Mobility: Toyota Mobility Foundation launches first pilot program in Thailand
APRIL 22, 2015
More people everywhere are about to get moving. Toyota Mobility Foundation (TMF) today announced that it is launching its first pilot program. The program, which will be in Bangkok, Thailand, reflects the Foundation’s philosophy of combining Toyota’s knowledge with the expertise of partners to enable more people around the globe to move safely, efficiently and enjoyably.
Optimising flow within mobility systems with AI
MAY 24, 2018
The Alan Turing Institute and the Toyota Mobility Foundation are collaborating on a project to transform the way cities are planned and managed. The objective of this new project, ‘Optimising flow within mobility systems with AI’, part of the Turing’s new AI programme, is to transition complex traffic management from static systems into dynamic, optimized systems that are managed in real-time across many types of mobility.
New Cities Foundation launches ambitious “Connected Mobility Initiative” to explore future of urban transport, with support from the Toyota Mobility Foundation
JUNE 3, 2015
The New Cities Foundation today launched the “Connected Mobility Initiative”,with support from the Toyota Mobility Foundation, to address the critical need for metropolises worldwide to enable the efficient and viable movement of people. The Initiative will produce a set of case-based recommendations that will be made available to cities around the world.
New Bus Service and Park & Ride System to Promote Multi-Modal Transportation in Vietnam begun by Toyota Mobility Foundation and Danang People’s Committee
JUNE 30, 2017
Today, the Toyota Mobility Foundation (TMF) and Danang People’s Committee (DPC) started the operations of the TMF Bus Service and associated TMF Park & Ride system, marking the occasion with an opening ceremony.
Modeling the Impact of Shared Mobility Services on Public Transit Systems
Can we model the dynamic relationship between these ecosystems to understand how TNCs can complement public transit and contribute to overall improvements in mobility within a metropolitan area?
Model Mobility Community Established in Japan to Serve Aging Populations
MARCH 29, 2016
People today are living longer than ever before. As they age, getting around to accomplish everyday tasks like grocery shopping or visiting the doctor becomes more complicated. Mobility is not as simple as it once was.
MMRDA launches STAMP 2019 to facilitate access to the Metro in Mumbai
JULY 31, 2019
For better crowd management and road connectivity to the Mumbai Metro
MIT Mobility of the Future Study
Can Industry, NGOs, and Government work together to consider how the future might unfold and prepare optimal strategies for all possibilities?
International Study Reveals Difficulties Faced By Wheelchair Users Due to “Outdated” Technology
APRIL 24, 2018
Data from a new international study of wheelchair users by ComRes on behalf of the Toyota Mobility Foundation highlights the need for investment and innovation in the development of assistive technologies for people with limited mobility.
Integrated Pedestrian Vision System
Can we develop tools to create sustainable mobility experience for all?
Indiana Collaborates with Toyota Mobility Foundation to Fuel New Technologies
OCTOBER 19, 2020
Future Mobility District initiative to accelerate deployment of innovative mobility solutions in
Impact of New Technologies on Public Transportation and Urban Mobility
OCTOBER 19, 2016
Major Study Released by New Cities Foundation, supported by Toyota Mobility Foundation
Helping Cities Manage and Prevent Traffic Congestion in Real-Time
Can we create tools that use the latest principles in data science, machine learning, and artificial intelligence to achieve effective, dynamic, real-time management across all ground transportation modes?
Georgia Tech Students Win Toyota and Net Impact’s National Competition with App Concept for People Who Use Wheelchairs
MAY 22, 2017
Next Generation Mobility Challenge inspired Millennials to solve mobility issues. Winning students will have summer internships through Net Impact in partnership with Toyota to develop their idea.
Four Startups to Work with Delhi Metro to Enhance Digital Mobility Solutions and Last-Mile Connectivity
MARCH 10, 2023
Delhi’s Transport Department, in collaboration with WRI India and Toyota Mobility Foundation (TMF), announced the four winners of the Station Access and Mobility Program (STAMP) Challenge today. The winners are MetroRide, OpenMove, Tummoc, and Whide.
Electric Vehicle Charger Access and Equity
Can we develop analytic tools to optimize the deployment of public EV chargers and ensure convenient and equitable access for all?
Distributed Care Networks: Expanding Access to Quality Prosthetic Devices and Services
Using the latest in digital design technology, we enable cost-effective healthcare services that improve mobility and quality of life for limb wearers.
Designing Inclusive Mobility Solutions for Tech Hubs
Can we engage with current and future residents to design transit services that ensure equal access and accommodate population growth?
Connected and Sanitized Mobility Services for Healthcare Workers Introduced by Toyota Mobility Foundation in Support of the Fight Against COVID-19
MARCH 31, 2020
TMF announced its intention to provide 10 connected and sanitized shuttles that would be made available free of cost to certain hospitals.
City Architecture for Tomorrow Challenge Awards Winners Numina and KERB US$500K for Implementation in Kuala Lumpur
JULY 1, 2021
Two teams announced as the joint winners for the City Architecture for Tomorrow Challenge (CATCH). Toyota Mobility Foundation (TMF) launched CATCH in February 2020 with a global call for dynamic, intelligent and data-driven solutions to address mobility and city planning challenges in Kuala Lumpur.
City Architecture for Tomorrow Challenge (CATCH)
Reimagining cities of the future with Innovative Data-Driven Solutions
Challenge encourages creation of innovative mobility solutions in Brazilian cities
JANUARY 23, 2018
The InoveMob Challenge, held by Toyota Mobility Foundation and WRI Brasil, will connect participants and public administrators and award a total of R$ 600,000 in prizes to implement the best solutions.
Cascadia CleanTech Accelerator and Toyota Mobility Foundation Announce Partnership to Advance Clean Technology Startups
MARCH 27, 2019
Toyota Mobility Foundation becomes the lead sponsor of the Pacific Northwest’s premier cleantech acceleration program
bynd innovates the way people move in the city
DECEMBER 5, 2018
After almost one year, the Toyota Mobility Foundation (TMF) and WRI Brasil’s InoveMob Challenge culminated with the announcement of the big winner: bynd. The bynd team will receive US$ 100,000 to scale their project and will continue their journey, taking the idea to other Brazilian cities. The announcement was made this evening at Unibes Cultural in São Paulo in a ceremony that brought together, in addition to the other finalists: startups, investors, media and relevant organizations of the mobility and innovation ecosystem in Brazil. Finalists Bikxi, Carona a Pé, Nina and OnBoard Mobility were also competing for the final award.
Babson College and the Toyota Mobility Foundation Team Up to Accelerate the Future of Mobility
MAY 9, 2019
Partnership will leverage Toyota Mobility Foundation’s know-how and Babson’s entrepreneurial management expertise to develop mobility models aimed at solving real-world problems
Autonomous Transportation and Its Potential to Transform Suburban Life
Can we develop models and guidance that will help us address issues such as congestion and affordable universal access?
Assessing the Transition to Centralized Public Transit in Latin American Cities
Will investments in more formal, publicly owned and maintained transit alternatives improve the quality of life in low-income Latin American communities?
Agromovil - Farm to Market Ecosystem
Can we apply technology to inform and to connect farmers to transporters, insurers, banks, and ultimately to consumers so that food waste is significantly reduced?
Ade Adepitan/Mallory Weggemann/Sama Bullock/Martyn Sibley announce crowdsourcing campaign to find ideas for $4 million Mobility Unlimited Challenge
MARCH 8, 2018
Today the Mobility Unlimited Challenge is announcing a crowdsourcing initiative, aimed at helping inspire entrants in their quest to develop life- changing technology for people with lower-limb paralysis. The #MyMobilityUnlimited campaign will invite people around the world to share their life experiences with lower-limb paralysis and the solutions they would like to see to the challenges they face every day.
A More Effective Framework for Mobility Infrastructure Planning
We describe and apply a system model called Evolvability Analysis that can help municipal governments understand, evaluate, and optimize technology selection and implementation as they plan for multi-year and multi-phased mobility system enhancements.
A Better Journey Mapping Tool for Mobility Service Design
Can we improve upon design-centered tools such as customer journey maps and apply them in a more systematic way to improve a user's mobility experience?
A Better Future for Berliners with Reduced Mobility through Toyota Mobility Foundation Partnership with the City of Berlin and betahaus X
JANUARY 21, 2019
Urban mobility is one of the world’s pressing issues. As cities continuously expand and become more congested, all forms of transit are pressured to meet growing demand. For people with mobility challenges, the pain points are more immediate and severe, and finding good solutions is difficult due to the complexity of today’s infrastructure.
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