Share and Discuss New Mobility Technology Ideas for Miami-Dade County!
How could delivery robots like Kiwibot best serve you or your community?
- 3Deliver diapers to new momsKiwibots could deliver diapers on demand to new moms.
- 2Deliver medicine and meals to seniorsUse delivery robots to deliver seniors' prescriptions and meals, and maybe even small packages of supplies from stores.
- 2GrocereyI think this would be helpful if Kiwibot can deliver groceries to those who are unable to travel to their local grocery store.
- 1Deliver care packages to the homelessKiwibots could help deliver care packages and brochures/print materials on available resources to them.
- 1Urban farm delivery to families in needDeliver locally grown fruits and veggie packages from GreenHaven to families in need in Overtown.
- 1Use delivery robots at college/university campusesDelivery robots can be used for lab supplies, book check-in/out at libraries, food delivery, or all sorts of stuff that takes place on campus.
- 1Delivery to public spacesKiwibots should be able to deliver food to parks
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Welcome & Thank You!
Miami-Dade County is launching a new mobility initiative and we’d love to hear from you! In collaboration with Urban Health Partnerships and Ford Mobility’s City:One team, Miami-Dade County is working on a new initiative to engage residents in the process of bringing new mobility technologies to our community.
New mobility technology includes such innovations as delivery robots, on-demand shuttles, micro-transit, and e-scooters. Miami-Dade County is piloting these new solutions, focusing on how they could be used to improve accessibility and mobility equity throughout the County. Using a variety of community engagement methods, and with the help of 16 Community Liaisons to support outreach efforts, we will compile feedback that reflects the public’s vision for how these new mobility technologies could best be used in their neighborhoods, and where concerns and potential problems may arise.
In the survey questions below, we’ll ask about your mobility and transportation experiences. Your responses will help us better design and deploy new mobility solutions to fit the needs of Miami-Dade County communities. Depending on your experiences with our mobility pilots and if you’ve taken our previous survey, the time required for this survey is between 5-20 minutes.