About SharedStreets

What We Do

We build software, digital infrastructure, and governance frameworks to support new ways of managing and sharing data that keeps cities moving.

Vision & Values

We believe that a shared digital language for the street can revolutionize the way we build cities and move around them. We think that this digital infrastructure should be open to all, just like the streets and cities it supports. We want to empower cities, companies, and citizens with the digital tools to collaborate with eachother to build our future cities.

People are the heart of cities and preserving individual privacy is at the center of our work. SharedStreets tools and software adhere to the highest standards of privacy.

Impact

We want to empower everyone with the tools to build the digital streets of the future.

Our open source infrastructure powers projects around the world. We seek to build digital infrastructure that creates more value than it capture. Are you using our referencing system to power your work? We would love to know how it's being used!

Statement of Independence

SharedStreets is a project of the Open Transport Partnership, an independent nonprofit. We are committed to the independence and autonomy of our projects and software. We do not accept funding that affects our ability to pursue work free of external influence.

 

Team

Mollie Pelon McArdle
Co-director
Kevin Webb
Co-director
Indraneel Purohit
Software Engineer
Morgan Herlocker
Software Engineer
Emily Eros
Public Sector Tech Lead

Board & Advisors

Robin Chase
Board Member
Janette Sadik-Kahn
Board Member

Funding and Partners

SharedStreets is project of the Open Transport Partnership, a nonprofit organization. We work to produce scalable open source projects that benefit the entire transportation industry.

Currently, SharedStreets is powered by a growing network of cities, philanthropic, and private sector partners committed to reimagining how we produce and share data about streets.

We are committed to the independence and autonomy of our projects and software. We do not accept funding that affects our ability to pursue work free of external influence.

We are funded by Bloomberg Philanthropies and a growing list of private-sector partners.