Solving for the Last Mile of Transportation
Cities should be built for people, not cars.
Ridesharing was the last major shift in transportation, and I was fortunate to have been a part of it.
The perspectives I gained at Lyft really struck me — even after I left, I never stopped thinking about how to improve transportation in cities. There just had to be an aspect of transportation not covered by the ridesharing giants.
So 2016, I dove back into the world of transport with a startup called Spin. We started the company with two simple goals in mind:
- Provide efficient and accessible last mile transportation
- Evolve cities around people
The Last Mile Transportation Problem
In San Francisco, getting to the Financial District from the Caltrain station during commute hours is a 30 minute trip for just a mile of travel. It didn’t matter whether I rode a car, public transport, or walked.
San Francisco isn’t unique in this
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