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Mobility Hub Newsletter: May 21, 2020

On May 22, 2020
@SharedUseCntr shared
Check out this week's Mobility Hub with updates on #COVID19 recovery efforts and the latest #sharedmobility news. https://t.co/U4yOg4WfKX
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SUMC News and Announcements Human Services Transportation: Making Mobility as a Service Universal Join us for a free workshop to discuss Human Services Transportation and Universal Mobility. Read how Public Transit, Micromobility, TNCs and Carsharing, Autonomous Vehicles, and Paratransit ...

sharedusemobilitycenter.org
On May 22, 2020
@SharedUseCntr shared
Check out this week's Mobility Hub with updates on #COVID19 recovery efforts and the latest #sharedmobility news. https://t.co/U4yOg4WfKX
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Mobility Hub Newsletter: May 21, 2020

Mobility Hub Newsletter: May 21, 2020

SUMC News and Announcements Human Services Transportation: Making Mobility as a Service Universal Join us for a free workshop to discuss Human Services Transportation and Universal ...


On Jun 1, 2020
@drkarenlucas shared
RT @danieloviedoh: Very happy to share a paper that took @lu_guzma and I a few years of rejections, conferences and revisions to finally get published, where we revisit earlier work on #accessibilty and #inequality in #Bogota using the capability approach. Download free: https://t.co/v0GE5rdymF https://t.co/nMR3P6mujw
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Revisiting Accessibility in a Context of Sustainable Transport: Capabilities and Inequalities in Bogotá

Revisiting Accessibility in a Context of Sustainable Transport: Capabilities and Inequalities in Bogotá

This research sets out to examine the interaction between accessibility, social inequalities and sustainability by revisiting a well-documented case of inequalities in access in Global ...

On May 14, 2020
@SharedUseCntr shared
This week's Mobility Hub is here with the latest #sharedmobility news + a free upcoming workshop. https://t.co/Gqvln4BMgb
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Mobility Hub Newsletter: May 14, 2020

Mobility Hub Newsletter: May 14, 2020

From policy to practice, experts in the field will discuss the needs, opportunities, and strategies for creating an integrated mobility system that connects human service transportation to ...

On May 22, 2020
@transportforum shared
Here’s how public transport in European cities must adapt to ‘the new normal’. https://t.co/xxCemqBRRk #transport #mobility https://t.co/MfHgvxoV0E
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Here’s how public transport in European cities must adapt to ‘the new normal’

Here’s how public transport in European cities must adapt to ‘the new normal’

Mobility. It is the glue that binds cities, societies, and civilizations together. What was just two months ago a necessity in conducting our daily routines has been (at least temporarily) ...

On Jun 4, 2020
@danielbongardt shared
RT @giztransport: #GreenRecovery: The German government agreed on a 130 billion € stimulus plan. With incentives for green technologies in mobility, Germany uses its response and recovery programme to strengthen the transformation in the transport sector! Find out more: https://t.co/33n7ONmSel https://t.co/K6dj9QIuN3
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BLOG: Future Mobility a Core Pillar in Germany’s COVID-19 Recovery Programme

BLOG: Future Mobility a Core Pillar in Germany’s COVID-19 Recovery Programme

To revive its virus struck economy, the German government agreed on a 130 billion Euro stimulus plan. Measures addressing the transport sector are a key pillar of the ...

On May 23, 2020
@SharedUseCntr shared
Read how #transit, #micromobility, TNCs, #carsharing, #autonomous vehicles, & #paratransit are using best practices to adapt services for social distancing/sanitary regulations while keeping operations afloat as the country reopens on the Learning Center. https://t.co/jzT2Ix4E5G
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Case Study: Status Update, May 19: COVID-19 Crisis Impact on Transit & Shared Mobility

Case Study: Status Update, May 19: COVID-19 Crisis Impact on Transit & Shared Mobility

This is the third installment of SUMC’s ongoing effort to explore how cities and transportation sectors are impacted by the novel COVID-19 coronavirus. The first status update, published ...

On May 19, 2020
@UNRSC shared
RT @CityLab: What will commutes look and feel like as offices reopen? Emerging research offers a few hints. https://t.co/kRcb4nDdZ8
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How Will Americans Commute After Lockdowns End?

How Will Americans Commute After Lockdowns End?

Will car traffic surge as lockdowns end, or will millions of Americans decide to bike, walk, or work from home permanently? Emerging research offers some hints.

On May 13, 2020
@PaulABarter shared
RT @GrahamCurrie1: Listen to the next Episode of RESEARCHING TRANSIT covering behavioural insights on Mobility as a Service from TU Delft researcher Maria J Alonso Gonzalez. https://t.co/dRy98a4BSG https://t.co/LnoEEuzaCi
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RT3 – María J. Alonso González – Markets for Mobility as a Service

RT3 – María J. Alonso González – Markets for Mobility as a Service

Researching Transit podcast: María J. Alonso González - Markets for Mobility as a Service

On May 20, 2020
@PaulABarter shared
RT @NelsonNygaard: As the country prepares to open for business, our transportation systems may not be ready. We look at how TDM can leverage new tools and reduce VMT by getting more people back to work without a commute. https://t.co/q1514O4Yqh https://t.co/BcxjZ0caBx
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The New TDM Challenge: Flattening the Return-to-Work SOV Curve

The New TDM Challenge: Flattening the Return-to-Work SOV Curve

Beyond these TDM challenges, however, workers, businesses, and the overall economy in our cities will face operational challenges in the coming weeks and months, not limited to: Reduced job ...

On May 29, 2020
@SusanShaheen1 shared
Delighted to share my latest article (5/28/2020) published in Transfers Magazine, titled: "Going My Way: The Evolution of Shared Ride and Pooling Services." Please see: https://t.co/0i5tfSyQmk #sharedmobility #pooling #carpooling #TNC #ridehail #paratransit #taxi #ridesplitting https://t.co/uKOhSicd9U
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Going My Way? The Evolution of Shared Ride and Pooling Services

Going My Way? The Evolution of Shared Ride and Pooling Services

The rise of pooling has reshaped how we get around — and who we travel with

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On Jun 4, 2020
@FIAFdn shared
“The potential of NGOs to shape our future has never been greater. The combination of road safety and environment agendas is essential to achieving safe and healthy journeys” - US Director @NDraisin discusses collaboration and our COVID-19 online meeting: https://t.co/tcc7Lg1C6G https://t.co/OeJtkGn0xv
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Online meeting report: safe and sustainable urban mobility post COVID-19

Online meeting report: safe and sustainable urban mobility post COVID-19

Presentations of current city mobility responses were introduced by Saul Billingsley, Executive Director of the FIA Foundation, followed by an online discussion led by Sheila Watson, Deputy ...

On May 28, 2020
@SharedUseCntr shared
Take a look at the post-coronavirus future with @ridewithvia in this article from @Forbes that highlights the ways the company is working with public #transit worldwide. https://t.co/wkiaQRYiMa
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How One Mobility Innovator Is Supporting Cities And Envisioning The Post-Coronavirus Future

How One Mobility Innovator Is Supporting Cities And Envisioning The Post-Coronavirus Future

Transport technology company Via is busy in the midst of the coronavirus crisis, tackling new mobility challenges and working with a number of cities to apply transport solutions where ...

On Jun 6, 2020
@SPhillipsLuethi shared
#Covid19 Taskforce: @MelikaJinLA of @WunderMobility and I discuss the current role of #mobility #technology, the cities who are adapting the best during Covid-19 and what #transportation could look like in the future. Watch full webinar here https://t.co/fNq19BNeoL https://t.co/yW3VWHpqup
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Covid-19 Taskforce: Mobility & Technology during the Pandemic with Sandra Phillips and Melika Jahangiri

Covid-19 Taskforce: Mobility & Technology during the Pandemic with Sandra Phillips and Melika Jahangiri

We have put together a Covid-19 Taskforce for shared mobility providers. The taskforce is comprised of experts in carshare, micromobility and microtransit.

On Jun 3, 2020
@macilree shared
RT @IntelTransport: After years of developing #autonomous shuttle solutions, the @FABULOSPCP project has announced that it is to trial fleets of autonomous #buses in five European cities. https://t.co/WqpLPQibTs https://t.co/rJKnPdy7NV
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FABULOS project to trial autonomous bus fleets in five European cities

FABULOS project to trial autonomous bus fleets in five European cities

The FABULOS project has announced that it is to trial fleets of autonomous buses in five European cities throughout 2020.

On May 15, 2020
@PaulABarter shared
RT @DavidZipper: My latest, in @Slate: We're on the cusp of unprecedented mode shift, with urban commuters breaking old transportation habits and forming new ones. Smart policy moves can nudge our travel decisions-- and prevent cities from being overrun with cars. https://t.co/VsyBb0wYFj
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Cities Have a Small Window to Save Themselves From Cars

Cities Have a Small Window to Save Themselves From Cars

Everyone is reconsidering their transportation mode right now. Automobiles don’t have to win.

On Jun 3, 2020
@PaulABarter shared
RT @DonaldShoup: Coastal Commission OKs San Diego policy wiping out parking requirements https://t.co/iUzrw5Ti8e
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Coastal Commission OKs San Diego policy wiping out parking requirements

Coastal Commission OKs San Diego policy wiping out parking requirements

Commission rejects staff suggestion, calls policy, which affects transit areas only, visionary

On May 13, 2020
@smartcitiesdive shared
[email protected]_info is seeking an additional $23.8B from Congress. https://t.co/JoIpEsdFKy
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APTA seeks extra $24B to support agencies 'hemorrhaging money'

APTA seeks extra $24B to support agencies 'hemorrhaging money'

The call for funding follows an 86% drop in transit fare revenue over the past month, with Chicago's Transit Authority citing a $1 million loss in fare box revenues per day. 

On May 29, 2020
@humantransit shared
RT @CityLab: "If you talk, you produce aerosol. If you talk louder, you produce more, so the loud-talking guys on the train are possibly the worst spreaders of the virus," explains Dr. Julian Tang, professor in the Department of Respiratory Sciences at @uniofleicester. https://t.co/zHmlxsj0NZ
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How to Safely Travel on Mass Transit During Coronavirus

How to Safely Travel on Mass Transit During Coronavirus

To stay protected from Covid-19 on buses, trains and planes, experts say to focus more on distance from fellow passengers than air ventilation or surfaces.

On May 22, 2020
@SharedUseCntr shared
Even though #transit networks are struggling during the #COVID19 crisis, driving solo is not the solution. @NatGeo breaks down how resiliency plans to restructure #transportation systems can help fight it & #walkable/dense communities still reign supreme. https://t.co/hw3rvNSRfF
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THE BEST OF NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC DELIVERED TO YOUR INBOX

THE BEST OF NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC DELIVERED TO YOUR INBOX

Coronavirus will upend—but perhaps make healthier—the ways we use trains, buses, and bike lanes in our post-pandemic future.

On May 30, 2020
@PaulABarter shared
RT @ITDPAfrica: COVID-19 has demonstrated the need for a strong urban public transport system. As cities recover from the #COVID19 crisis, re-designing streets and public spaces to integrate them with public transport is becoming even more important. @UNHABITAT https://t.co/TrpoWzWKW3
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Africa: How Urban Mobility Can Come Back Stronger in a Post-Pandemic World

Africa: How Urban Mobility Can Come Back Stronger in a Post-Pandemic World

Guest Column - With much of Africa currently in or beginning to emerge from COVID-19 restrictions, city dwellers have abandoned their typical travel habits. Where they once squeezed into ...

On Jun 2, 2020
@UNRSC shared
RT @WRIRossCities: “These people are in a lot of trouble...They are independent, gig economy workers and don't have any kind of protection and social services.” #NowReading @WRIIndia's @madpai in @WIREDTransport on vulnerable #informal transit workers, via @flaviehalais. https://t.co/3cWW5JlYoV
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Informal Transit Is Crucial for Some. Can It Weather Covid-19?

Informal Transit Is Crucial for Some. Can It Weather Covid-19?

The pandemic highlights the vulnerability of workers for private transportation services, which are essential to mobility in global south cities.