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For Mobility as a Service to succeed, consider it more as a policy than an app

On Jan 21, 2020
@MobilityLabTeam shared
Mobility as a Service needs a re-brand. #MaaS may seem daunting to implement at first, but once broken out into separate steps becomes easier to comprehend. Step 1- provide real time transit info, accessible to all. https://t.co/vBlTaK3djG
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Mobility as a Service (MaaS) holds a lot of promise as a way to reduce the number of single occupancy vehicles on the road as well as address equity concerns. MaaS is a way to

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On Jan 21, 2020
@MobilityLabTeam shared
Mobility as a Service needs a re-brand. #MaaS may seem daunting to implement at first, but once broken out into separate steps becomes easier to comprehend. Step 1- provide real time transit info, accessible to all. https://t.co/vBlTaK3djG
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For Mobility as a Service to succeed, consider it more as a policy than an app

Mobility as a Service (MaaS) holds a lot of promise as a way to reduce the number of single occupancy vehicles on the road as well as address equity concerns. MaaS is a way to


On Jan 1, 2020
@carsharing shared
RT @SPhillipsLuethi: As 2019 comes to an end, we take a look back at the ups and downs and top mobility trends that have shaped the year including #MaaS, the rise of #electricvehicles and inclusivity in shared mobility. Read the article here: https://t.co/mNw4cMc1Su #mobilitytrends #sharedmobility https://t.co/zvJqzXSNCM
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Mobility Trends of 2019

We take a look back at the top mobility trends of 2019 including MaaS, data sharing, the rise of EVs and more inclusive shared mobility options.

On Jan 6, 2020
@SharedUseCntr shared
Check out the first Mobility Hub newsletter of 2020, covering the latest #sharedmobility news and SUMC announcements, here: https://t.co/9Ux5okyM9W
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Mobility Hub Newsletter: January 6, 2020

The Green Tech Education & Employment nonprofit is planning to set up a mobility hub in Sacramento’s Del Paso Heights area with electric vehicle fast chargers, a connecting transit stop ...

On Jan 23, 2020
@SharedUseCntr shared
First round of #SUMC2020 Summit speakers announced and the latest news in the Mobility Hub! https://t.co/YzsQR8rubA
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Mobility Hub Newsletter: January 23, 2020

Seleta Reynolds, General Manager, Los Angeles Department of Transportation Robbie Makinen, Chief Executive Officer, Kansas City Area Transportation Authority Benjamin (Benjie) de la Peña, ...

On Jan 2, 2020
@PaulABarter shared
RT @ni_medi: @PaulABarter @Kojects Happy New Year! I agree, there aren't many critical analysis of current plans. I wrote in recent months the following (slightly critical) articles about some developments: In need of Seoul's next transport revolution https://t.co/wyEwIcwp1N And...
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In need of Seoul's next transport revolution

In need of Seoul's next transport revolution

On Jan 11, 2020
@SharedUseCntr shared
Dubai is looking to the future of #electric and #autonomous vehicles with the government supporting #EV charging #infrastructure development for a more #sustainable #transportation ecosystem. https://t.co/8RVh4wynA8
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UAE: The road ahead for mobility is electric and autonomous

In a time marked with rising concerns about global warming and increased pressure on reducing emissions, the future of mobility can be nothing but sustainable and autonomous.

On Jan 25, 2020
@macilree shared
RT @AxelWilkeNZ: We once rolled out the heavy rail network between 1863 to 1890. For almost the same length of time, we've been talking about reintroducing rail (be it heavy or light). @caracevaaa https://t.co/ndPA2Jx2EN
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A trip back to the future for Christchurch public transport

Christchurch was once renowned for its trains and trams. Will it be again?

On Jan 10, 2020
@macilree shared
RT @brendon_harre: Transport services in Tallinn have not developed since the city went ticket-free in 2013. No new tram lines have been built even though new housing developments have sprouted up in the city. If public transport is free it means service development stops. https://t.co/4dYMbcDFb6
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Free-of-charge public transport isn't free, Finnish experts say

Public transport in Tallinn, Estonia has been free since 2013 but that's not likely to happen in Finland any time soon.

On Jan 10, 2020
@macilree shared
RT @kentslundberg: Edinburgh charging ahead with a 10 year plan ‘to make stress-free, sustainable transport the most convenient and desirable option.’ https://t.co/qHoxPERdw9
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Edinburgh Council to reveal radical joined-up transport overhaul

Council chiefs will today reveal radical plans that will “significantly transform the way people, goods and services move around the city” in a 10-year vision for the Capital.

On Jan 23, 2020
@SharedUseCntr shared
The Co-founder of @ClevrMobility makes the case to extend the utility "public transit" to include shared #scooters to foster a greater #multimodal ecosystem in cities. https://t.co/0tQ2xA8jOf
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The Case for E-Scooters as Public Transit

Agencies should add scooters into the greater public transit ecosystem, allowing users to move freely between modes on a single payment…

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On Jan 15, 2020
@SharedUseCntr shared
The Mobility Hub is here with impactful news, exciting events and more. https://t.co/xTB7I34gPB
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Mobility Hub Newsletter: January 14, 2020

New Approaches to Goods Delivery Insight from Shared Mobility Pilot Pioneers Universal Mobility Comprehensive Planning for Mobility Latest Learnings from the FTA Sustainable Strategies for ...

On Jan 8, 2020
@SharedUseCntr shared
Indianapolis' #electric #carsharing service @BlueIndyUS will also be shutting down in the city citing slow adoption rates and the region's reliance on the personal car use as the culprit. https://t.co/csNpUEH3eR
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BlueIndy: Indianapolis electric car-sharing program to shut down

BlueIndy announced it would cease operations. The eco-friendly cars arrived in the Circle City in 2015.

On Jan 3, 2020
@StrategicCities shared
5G! AI! Robots! And... bicycles?! @Deloitte report predicts 200 year old invention will save cities of tomorrow: https://t.co/iNzuzEcobn via @carltonreid
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Bicycling Will Save Tomorrow’s Cities, Predicts Deloitte

In a major innovations publication issued on December 10, 200-year-old bicycling is highlighted as a technological solution to many modern urban ills.

On Jan 21, 2020
@transenv shared
RT @SierraClub: The data keeps showing us the #TrueCostofUber and #TrueCostofLyft. @AirResources found that Uber & Lyft trips produced emissions almost 50% (!!!) higher than other automobile trips. A solution? Expanding EV fleets! https://t.co/jekRyrO4PO
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Report: Uber, Lyft trips produce more emissions than regular car trips

A new report finds they produce a disproportionate amount of greenhouse gas emissions in California.

On Jan 25, 2020
@SPhillipsLuethi shared
RT @miguelecabrera: #Micromobility: Are #escooters a passing fad or smart mobility? Interesting article that explores the e-scooter market, competitive dynamics and offers a perspective on smart city challenges. https://t.co/vHHl7TkO3D
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E-Scooters: A Passing Fad or Smart Mobility?

Explore market insights on the e-scooter sharing market. Are e-scooters a smart mobility solution to solve first and last mile mobility problems in cities?

On Dec 30, 2019
@StreetsblogUSA shared
There was plenty of villainy to go around this year, as @aaronshortstory reveals in his Streetsie Awards: https://t.co/tylORsMJKU https://t.co/BLABOqa9Kb
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Streetsies 2019: Meet This Year’s Transportation Villains

There was a lot of anti-transit treachery to go around this year, but the winner truly undermined an entire state economy for selfish reasons.

On Jan 7, 2020
@SiemensMobility shared
Here´s an interesting read for #CES2020: Using existing #infrastructure, discover via this Bloomberg article how we are pioneering #technologies that allow urban dwellers to achieve seamless #mobility: https://t.co/LIGWTwXKQP @business
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Sponsored Content ?

Cities around the globe are growing rapidly. By 2050, an additional 2.5 billion people will live in urban centers – accounting for 70% of the world’s population – and these tech-savvy ...

On Jan 21, 2020
@SPhillipsLuethi shared
At CES 2020 the big #mobility #trends showcased at the event included #electricvehicles (new designs and concepts), a change in #vehicle architecture and what the future of #AI looks like in the mobility sector. Read about the highlights here: https://t.co/R02SInjDXW https://t.co/mBE4KlQv2n
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CES 2020: Mobility Highlights

We take a look back at this month's CES 2020 convention and discuss the top showcased mobility technologies, trends and vehicles.

On Jan 1, 2020
@StreetsblogUSA shared
Start the year off right with some national headlines! https://t.co/cRJyki82H7
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Wednesday’s Headlines

The Transportation Research Board’s 99th Annual Meeting will be held in Washington, D.C. from Jan. 12-16, 2020. Click here for more information. Happy new year! With 2019 in the rear-view ...

On Dec 31, 2019
@StreetsblogUSA shared
Take a bow, @sfmta_muni, @sidewalklabs @KCMO, @chicagosmayor @MontgomeryCoMD and @metrolosangeles — you’re nominees for the 2019 Streetsie! https://t.co/S4GKsqSSlQ https://t.co/b8i3lCQG2N
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Streetsies 2019: The Transportation Plan of the Year!

The Transportation Research Board’s 99th Annual Meeting will be held in Washington, D.C. from Jan. 12-16, 2020. Click here for more information. As we close 2019, it is time to recognize ...

On Jan 16, 2020
@transportgooru shared
RT @WRIRossCities: Speaking of #access, our #CitiesForAll research finds that lack of access to opportunities & core services afflicts two groups: 1. Stranded underserved, with limited transport options 2. Mobile underserved, with expensive, long commutes Read more: https://t.co/3OkVvoAiZi #TTDC20 https://t.co/POWGGQM2rM
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People Move to Cities for Better Jobs and Opportunities. Impossible Commutes Are Getting in the Way

Emmanuel leaves his home at 5 a.m. every morning with his two daughters. They take a mini-bus, or “tro-tro,” from their house in Awoshie, a residential neighborhood of Accra, Ghana, to the ...