A term filched from web designers everywhere. Responsive locomotion refers to reframing transport networks based on the context and needs of each traveler instead of the other way around.
A set of tools designed to enable flexibility in each step of a person's commute – providing impromptu detours, allowing custom routes, and adjusting to last minute detours as necessary.
A system that incorporates all modes of transport. Responsive locomotion works out of the presumption that the traveler's schedule and needs are the priority rather than the type of vehicle to be used.
A revolutionary combination of interfaces and services designed to create a true interactive relationship between people and the vehicles that they use. Also designed to forever eliminate the line, “Sorry babe, I'm still waiting for the (bus/metro/train/etc.)”