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Mozio is an online startup company that operates an airport transportation search engine that aggregates ground transportation data to plan their trips to and from an airport. It makes use of buses, trains, ferries, subways, and other types of transit to allow users to arrive at the airport in a minimum amount of time.
Mozio was created in 2011 by David Litwak and Joseph Metzinger. Mozio completed Plug and Play's Start-up Camp in February 2012 and has since created partnerships with a number of large and small agencies, including Uber, Shuttlefare, and Limos.com. Their platform will compare time and cost metrics in order to find the most efficient option for each traveler and destination. 
In 2013, Mozio is in the process of raising their seed round funding; and has signed a some investors, including Jeff Clarke -- Chairman of Orbitz. The first airports to be included in the search services were San Jose, Oakland, and San Francisco. The company is focusing on development of their ground transportation to airport platform.
- "Mozio eyes an important and stressful part of travel: the airport commute" on GigaOM
- "Mozio guides travelers the final mile from runway to driveway" on VentureBeat
- "Mozio tries to soften the hardest part of the journey — airport to hotel" on Tnooz
- Tech Vibes; August 20th, 2012 "Plug and Play's Mozio Helps Canadians Travel Like Locals in the US" by Lloyd Lobo
- Silicon Valley Business Journal; March 23, 2012 "Mozio Weighs Options For Thrifty Travelers"
- Mozio launches site to ease flyers’ search for airport transportation. on Skift: Travel IQ
- "Travel Start-up Mozio Aims to Solve the 'Final Mile Problem'". Mashable, August 8th, 2012 by Kate Freeman
- " Mozio – Find Your Way From Airport To Destination Like A Local". on KillerStartups
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