Cambridge Systematics is Winner of CoMotion Miami Mobility Challenge Powered by I-STREET

Some members of the Cambridge Systematics team during the CoMotion Mobility Challenge presentation.

Three teams (Umojo, Crew IITS FIU, Cambridge Systematics) were selected by a panel of judges as finalists in the CoMotion Miami Mobility Challenge powered by I-STREET. The finalists made their presentations to leaders in the transportation mobility industry as part of the CoMotion Miami Mobility Challenge on June 16, 2021 at 3 pm, ET. The Cambridge Systematics team was declared the winner during the closing ceremony on June 17, 2021. Congratulations to the winning team!

Cambridge Systematics Team:

  • Siddhartha Gulhare (UF graduate student, Gainesville)
  • Yashawi Karnati (UF graduate student, Gainesville)
  • Pragun Vinayak (Cambridge Systematics, Austin)
  • Vivek Yadav (Cambridge Systematics, Los Angeles)
  • Lila Singer-Berk (Cambridge Systematics, Los Angeles)

The teams utilized data from the I-STREET living lab to develop solutions to ensure the safety of bicyclists and pedestrians and improve mobility and efficiency. I-STREET is a collaboration of the University of Florida, the Florida Department of Transportation, and the City of Gainesville.

To view a recording of the Challenge Pitches, visit

Below are images of the teams (Crew IITS and Umojo) during their “challenge pitches”.