Cities around the world are adopting new policies and solutions to more dynamically manage their streets and curbs – we are seeing many of these changes accelerate in 2020. From data standards to shared mobility program design and evaluation, below are a few new resources to help cities and operators align on shared goals to help people and business move safely and efficiently.
A Practical Guide to Mobility Data Sharing
This report presents a basic overview of mobility data sharing practice and policy issues for regulatory agencies, such as cities, and mobility operators, including micromobility services.
While the concept of mobility data sharing extends beyond dockless bikes and scooters, micromobility services accelerated the ability of cities to require vehicle and trip data from private fleets of vehicles in exchange for the right to operate in the public right of way – i.e., the streets, sidewalks, and curbs that cities manage.
This report highlights key city use cases that necessitate mobility data, current standards, and key policy issues.