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Transportation Startup Ideas

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A platform for school districts to help coordinate transportation and other services. The startup wants to help school districts, colleges, and universities navigate a complex system of transportation and other services that can be hard to keep track of.


This is a game that teaches players about the history of transportation, from the earliest days of the wheel to the present. The game has been played over 100 million times.


A mobile app that helps users take pictures of their receipts, and then automatically categorize them into different expense categories, such as rent, food, and transportation.


A mobile app that helps people find the best and cheapest public transportation in their city. Called "Uber for Transportation", it's already in beta in New York and San Francisco.


A digital platform for temporary workers, offering access to a range of services, from transportation to housing, and last pay.


A startup that enables a group of people to share their carpools and public transportation with one another. It’s a bit of a meta application in that the startup is building an app to help companies integrate carpooling into their business models.


A company that aims to disrupt the transportation of hazardous cargo by using drones to fly through the air and drop off material to the ground.


A startup that uses AI to identify what companies will be impacted by the city’s transportation-tech initiatives, so they can be more strategic in their expansion plans.


A company that is building a platform for managing “smart” cities. The company wants to create a tool that helps cities manage resources like energy, parking, and transportation.


A startup focused on offering a new way for people to get around. The company is focused on making public transit faster, more reliable, and more accessible, and it wants to do that by buying out bus companies and running them as its own private transportation network.


A web-based tool that makes it easier for employees to find and request rides from the private transportation industry.


A startup that combines different types of transportation into one service


Ride-sharing for the elderly. The startup is working on a ride-sharing service for seniors, called Seniorly. The company is also in talks with the US Department of Transportation to develop a pilot program for a level of autonomous driving.


A startup that helps users find and pay for public transportation in the UK, and lets them know when their bus or train is on schedule, and lets them track where they are on their route.


A company that makes software to help manage large group trips. It helps groups of people communicate itineraries and organize everything from hotel reservations to transportation to food.


A startup that lets you track your mileage on a car, bike, or moped. It’s like a mileage tracker but for the world’s most commonly owned modes of transportation.


A new startup that’s trying to make it easier to book transportation from carpools.


An API that provides access to public transportation data in real time.


"A startup for public transportation from bike-share to ride-share to carpooling."


A platform to help you find the best transportation for your needs, including flight, train, ride sharing, and car.


A startup that’s building an app that helps people find and book transportation across cities, across multiple modes.


A virtual concierge that offers transportation, meals, and gifts for you or your team.


A B2B service for transportation management, which helps clients book transportation, manage supplies, coordinate with drivers, and track data.


A smart card means to help improve the efficiency of the US transportation system for trucking, rail, and maritime transportation.


Last year, I wrote about how some of the most successful Y Combinator companies are focused on solving the problems of the modern worker, like home care, transportation, and education. The most successful YC companies are built on the idea that technology should be helping workers, not fighting them.


Private transportation marketplace that connects buyers and sellers of shared cars.


A startup that helps you find the best way to get from point A to B via public transportation or carpooling.


A company that wants to build a platform that allows users to run their own autonomous transportation service. The startup has raised $2 million in seed funding. Their first product is the Dragon Ride, a micro electric vehicle that can carry up to 40 pounds of cargo.


The startup wants to use the power of big data to create a more transparent and efficient system for building out new transportation infrastructure.


A platform that allows customers to book and pay for transportation with a mobile app.


Idea: A startup that’s trying to make it easier for urbanites to move around their city using a variety of transportation options, from public transit, to ridesharing, to walking.


Idea: A startup that aims to be “the Uber for trucking”, claiming that the transportation industry is a $7 trillion sector ripe for disruption. It has a similar pitch to Uber Freight, which focuses on helping smaller trucking companies compete with big shippers.