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Mobility Hub Newsletter: February 28, 2020

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Featuring: Moderator: Emily Castor Warren, Principal and Director of Policy, Nelson\Nygaard Gary Thomas, President/Executive Director, DART Shin-Pei Tsay, Director of Policy, Cities, and Transportation, Uber Lilly Shoup, Senior Director of Policies and Partnerships, Lyft Benjamin de la ...

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Mobility Hub Newsletter: February 28, 2020

Featuring: Moderator: Emily Castor Warren, Principal and Director of Policy, Nelson\Nygaard Gary Thomas, President/Executive Director, DART Shin-Pei Tsay, Director of Policy, Cities, and ...

Mobility Hub Newsletter: June 13, 2019

Bikesharing and Micromobility Starting this Saturday, ten different dockless electric scooter companies are bringing 250 vehicles each to the North and Northwest-sides of Chicago in a ...

How better bus lanes can fix everyone’s commute

New York’s 14th Street Busway shows that better transit leads to more riders, fewer cars on the road, cleaner air, and an improved commute for all.

Netflix-Of-Transportation App Reduces Car Use And Boosts Bike And Bus Use, Finds MaaS Data Crunch

One of the fathers of "mobility as a service" explains why MaaS is getting people out of cars and will be a trillion-dollar market by 2030.

The Mobility Hub

SUMC’s weekly shared mobility guide to impactful news, ideas, and technologies that are shaping our transportation future.

App-Based Ride Services: Present and Future

Schaller Consulting offering expertise in customer research, survey and statistical methods, service planning and program development, to help restore the customer approach and achieve ...

Where Do Lightfoot and Preckwinkle Stand on Transportation Issues?

Both candidates have sensible transportation platforms, but here’s what they’ve said about specific issues.

Lyft is becoming a one-stop transportation app in these 3 cities

Lyft is turning its app into a one-stop multimodal transportation app in a few U.S. cities, the latest illustration of its transformation from ridesharing startup to a company that wants to ...

How Lyft is changing itself from a driving company to a transportation company

It’s starting to provide transit and bike alternatives in its app.

It's time for cities to reclaim their streets

After more than 100 years of designing cities around the needs of vehicles, it will ironically be advancements in car design that force cities to rethink their layouts.

Lyft tweaks its app to boost bikes, scooters, and mass transit

The company saw a nearly 50 percent increase in customers considering public transit

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Fully automated vehicles (% of fleet) Rail Buses Cars Ferries 0 0 0 0 Other Bus, train, ferry Private car or van Total travel in cities (annual km by vehicles) 2km trips: Most common modes ...

Corey Johnson Wants to ‘Break the Car Culture’ in New York City. What Does That Mean?

Speaker Johnson on the train (photo: City Council's office) Imagine a New York where cars no longer rule the road, and pedestrians and cyclists reclaim dominance of the city’s public ...