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1 Integrating Mobility as a Retail Business Dec 2, 2014 | Dwight Mengel

2 Tompkins County, Ithaca, NY

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4 Integrating Mobility as a Retail Business?

5 “… marketing is shifting from selling features and benefits to building relationships with consumers…”

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8 Business Model Value Propositions Community mobility education Community mobility education Individual mobility solutions Individual mobility solutions Personal Mobility Accounts Personal Mobility Accounts Access discounts and public supports. Access discounts and public supports. Clearinghouse for financial transactions to mobility service providers. Clearinghouse for financial transactions to mobility service providers. Concierge service to resolve complaints. Concierge service to resolve complaints. Guaranteed Ride to work and home. Guaranteed Ride to work and home. Ancillary business co-marketing and discounts. Ancillary business co-marketing and discounts.

9 Family of Services Bus, Taxi, Paratransit, Volunteer Drivers, Vouchers, Ridesharing, Van-pool, Bicycles, Car- share, Car Rental, Guaranteed Ride & Public Supports.

10 Mobility Services MenuUnit CostUnit Annual Adult Bus Pass $ 395 Annual Annual Youth Bus Pass $ 110 Annual Ithaca Carshare "Its my car" Plan $ 8 Hour Ithaca Carshare "Just in Case" Plan$ 11Hour Car Rental $ 50 Day Taxi trip - City $ 8 Urban Trip Taxi trip - Rural $ 20 Rural Trip Bicycle Maintenance $ 50 Voucher Hybrid Electric Bike Purchase $ 1,500 HE Bike Bike Purchase $ 700 Bike Rideshare Driver – Miles $ 0.50 Mile Rideshare Rider – Miles $ 0.15 Mile GADABOUT Paratransit $ 3Trip Vanpool Membership $ 125 Month/Seat Guaranteed Ride $ 30 Annual

11 Pay Your Bill  Spread payments over year  Re-balance every three months  Daily statistics of use

12 Customers  City  Suburban  Rural

13 City Household 1 car, 2 adults, 1 youth, Walkscore = 96 City Mobility Budget Carshare $ 800 Annual Bus Passes (2) $ 505 Taxi $ 192 Bicycle Maintenance $ 100 Guaranteed Ride $ 30 Member Support $ 160 Annual Total $ 1,757 Monthly Payment $ 146

14 Suburban Household 1 car, 2 adults, 2 youth, Walkscore = 74 Suburban Mobility BudgetCost Carshare $ 1,600 Annual Bus Passes (3) $ 220 Taxi $ 180 Bicycle Maintenance $ 50 Guaranteed Ride $ 30 Member Support $ 200 Annual Total $ 2,675 Monthly Payment $ 223

15 Rural Household 1 car, 2 adults, 1 child, Walkscore = 0 Rural Mobility Budget Vanpool $ 1,500 Carshare $ 480 Taxi $ 480 Guaranteed Ride $ 30 Member Support $ 146 Volunteer Driver Revenue $ (400) Vanpool Program Subsidy $ (600) Total $ 1,636 Monthly Payment $ 136

16  Member-based Organization  Individual Mobility Plans  Sales & Financing  Aggregate Demand  Process payments to service providers  Concierge Service 24/7 & Guaranteed Ride  Business Co-Marketing & Discounts  Capacity for adaption to future changes  Tools o Inbound Marketing o Apps Retail Model Summary

17 Dwight Mengel, Chief Transportation Planner Tompkins County DSS, Thank You.


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