rMove is available in the Google Play (Android) and iOS (Apple) app stores and it runs on Apple iOS (version 13.0 or later) and Android (5.1 or later) operating systems.
Currently, rMove can only be used by people selected to participate in a study. If you are interested in learning more about rMove or if you received an invitation and have questions, please contact us directly.
rMove is optimized to minimally impact your phone’s battery life and operation. However, it is a location-based app and can decrease battery life on some phones. This is normal and varies based on your phone’s age, battery health, and other conditions.
rMove is designed to minimize data use when sending and receiving travel behavior information collected on your device. Additionally, rMove uses Wi-Fi whenever possible to send and receive travel data.
rMove is designed to record and send data only when there is Wi-Fi or cellular service available. If you are traveling to an area with no Wi-Fi or cellular network, please ensure that you connect to a cellular network or Wi-Fi before finishing your travel period and uninstalling the app.
You can manually add any trips that rMove may have missed by using rMove’s add trip functionality within the app.
Yes, you can fly with rMove on your phone, but you should turn on airplane mode when flying. The app will record your starting location and then pick you up again at your destination when you turn airplane mode off.
Yes, please ensure your phone “Always Allows” rMove to access your location. You can check this in your location services settings.
Transportation organizations and planners need to understand how, when, where, and why people travel to anticipate, prioritize, and plan for future transportation needs. As technologies and the way people get around continue to change, the travel data that rMove collects will help transportation organizations and planners plan for the future.