Urban Mobility

Courtesy: New Flyer of America

January 18, 2019

In addition to adding to its fleet, MBTA has appointed a new GM, while New Flyer announces Comprehensive Infrastructure Service. Learn about these latest developments in our coverage below.

City of San Diego, CA

January 16, 2019

California’s second largest city is taking concrete steps to boost its mobility offerings for its residents and visitors.

Credit: American Public Transportation Association (APTA)

December 19, 2018

The American Public Transportation Association (APTA) has issued a new report, “The Transformation of the American Commuter,” which offers urban planners, smart city leaders and businesses an in-depth overview of the state of transit across the country.

Credit: Lime

December 14, 2018

Getting in and around towns just got easier, and greener, according to the latest mobility partnership news. In an effort to provide convenient last-mile solutions, Google Maps is teaming up with Lime to help commuters in nearly a dozen U.S. cities.

December 12, 2018

Mastercard has launched a unique global network for urban co-development. The program, City Possible, will convene cities to collaborate on common challenges, through a new public-private partnership model.

Credit: Boulder County, CO 

November 28, 2018

Boulder County has become the first Colorado County to commit to being a GoEV community, as its Commissioners recently adopted a clean energy transportation electrification plan.

Credit: Drive Clean Louisville

November 19, 2018

City of Louisville Connects with Utility with Data-Driven Decisions to Determine Locations for EV Charging Stations

dockless scooter rules

Credit: Scoot

September 06, 2018

Three California cities are serving as municipal mobility mentors when it comes to regulating dockless, electric scooters and e-bikes. On September 4, the Los Angeles City Council unanimously approved rules for scooters and bikes.

August 22, 2018

The Bike Share boom saw a phenomenal rise in both docked and dockless public Bike Sharing systems. Today, these schemes are being forced to rethink their approach if they want to succeed in the long-term.

planning transit future
August 16, 2018

As local government leaders finalize fiscal year budgets, many are even more focused on long-range transportation planning. That’s because transportation planning is much harder than planning next year’s budget.  

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