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Mobility-as-a-Service: What We’ve Learned By Lauren Wellbank Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS) is a proposed solution to ongoing transportation issues that can positively impact urban centers in pretty significant ways. Many travelers in metropolitan areas are currently using more than one mode of transportation during their daily commute. No surprise there. As just... View Article

Impacts of Microtransit: Early Understanding Last year, we wrote about the impacts of shared mobility on transportation demand management. Microtransit is a privately or publicly operated, technology-enabled transport service that typically uses multi-passenger/pooledshuttles or vans to provide on-demand or fixed-schedule services with either dynamic or fixed routing. In recent years,... View Article

How Dockless Bikesharing is Transforming Cities: Seven Policy Recommendations to Minimize Disruption For over a decade, modern-day bikesharing systems have disrupted mobility across the globe. Bikesharing users access bicycles on an as-needed basis for one-way (point-to-point) or roundtrip travel using one of three bikesharing models: 1) station-based bikesharing, 2) dockless, and... View Article

Technology is reshaping cities and societies and changing the way we travel. Real-time information coupled with on-demand mobility are redefining ‘auto mobility.’ Rather than rendering cars obsolete, the convergence of on-demand shared, electric, and automated technology will make the autos more cost effective, efficient, and convenient – especially when shared.... View Article

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One-way carsharing is a rapidly growing shared mobility option with hopes to reduce driving and vehicle ownership while providing affordable mobility. Where does one-way carsharing fit into the evolving shared mobility landscape?