Roadify: Community-Powered Service Helps Users Find Parking

Roadify: Community-Powered Service Helps Users Find Parking
technology

Roadify is an experiment in developing user-powered systems for making public transportation and parking better.

Kyle Studstill
  • 20 january 2010

Operating out of Park Slope, Brooklyn,  Roadify is an experiment in developing user-powered systems for making public transportation and parking better. The mobile-based platform prompts users to text in the short code ‘GIVE’ to the service whenever they leave a parking spot, and users looking for a spot can text ‘GET’ to find recently available parking. The platform also operates over Twitter using the handle @roadify, where users can access the platform via direct message as well.

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