The Feonix Update

In each community we have the opportunity to partner with, exciting activities are occurring every day as we transform mobility and enhance access to transportation options.  

Monthly, we like take a moment to share highlights via email with our partners and colleagues. Check out our latest edition below!

Highlighted Articles

March 4, 2019


Feonix Launches Mobility Challenge "Connect" Project to Enhance Transit for Older Adults and People with Disabilities

October 26, 2018


Governor Walker Announces $5.1 Million in Commute to Careers Grants

September 28, 2018


Feonix - Mobility Rising awarded $457,000 Michigan Mobility Challenge grant

September 18, 2018


NADTC Community Grants Awarded

August 2, 2018


Another Social Determinant Of Health: How Philanthropy Can Help Rural Communities Use Technology To Improve Mobility And Health

May 7, 2018


Making It Easier to Get Transportation to Rural Health Care

July 2, 2018


Making It Easier to Get Transportation to Rural Healthcare

July 18, 2018


 Mobility—the power to move and travel—is a critical social determinant of health and wellbeing, both for individuals, whose quality of life and ability to age in place may hang in the balance, and for communities, where good transportation options are inseparable from economic growth and development. 

Publications Featuring Feonix


The Future of Transportation Series

The Opportunity (and Potential Pitfalls) of Disruptive Technology

Universal Mobility as a Service: A Bold Vision for Harnessing the Opportunity of Disruption, the latest report in the series.


Mobility & Aging in Rural America: The Role for Innovation: An Introduction for Funders

 This paper offers insights about what’s already working and what is possible from the perspective of providers and thought leaders.  This report is offered in connection with the Beyond Here & There Rural Mobility Summit, hosted by Grantmakers In Aging and The Center for Information Technology Research in the Interest of Society and The Banatao Institute at the University of California at Berkeley.


The Future of Rural Transportation and Mobility for Older Adults

The focus and scope of this white paper is on the transformation of mobility for older adults in rural communities through technological innovation in transportation solutions. Driving forces that are shifting how society thinks about transportation and mobility and

thus impacting technology-enabled transportation services include: increasing consumer expectations for on-demand services with the high levels of smartphone and internet penetration; the customization of services to the individual while meeting the needs of all travelers; and collaborative service models that support real-time data capture and management, and the automated exchange of multimodal transportation data.

Blog Stories


Member Spotlight

For most of us, it’s a given that our car will be sitting in the driveway every morning...


Providing Rides Along Rural Roadways

In many places, being unable to drive means being unable to go anywhere...


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