Expanding Shared Mobility for All
The Shared-Use Mobility Center is a public-interest, nonprofit organization dedicated to creating a multimodal transportation ecosystem that works for all
Mobility on Demand On-Ramp
The MOD On-Ramp, a partnership with the Federal Transit Administration, provides an opportunity for public transit agencies from select U.S.cities with promising MOD concepts to receive expert assistance to develop business plans and other project-building strategies.
BlueLA Electric Carsharing Service Launches
BlueLA is designed to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and increase mobility choices with electric carsharing fleets in low income communities.
Innovation and Knowledge Accelerator
The IKA is a partnership between SUMC and the U.S. Federal Transit Administration to assist transit agencies with new transportation options and innovations in paratransit, fare integration, first/last mile solutions, and other shared mobility strategies.
2018 National Shared Mobility Summit
10 Key Takeaways from SUMC's Executive Director
What Can Transit Agencies Learn from TNCs’ Late-Night Popularity?
Breakdown of SUMC's TCRP Report 195, "Broadening Understanding of the Interplay between Public Transit, Shared Mobility, and Personal Automobiles"
Twin Cities Shared Mobility Action Plan
How to Increase Transportation Options in Minneapolis-St. Paul
Shared Mobility Toolkit For Cities
Resource Includes Policy Database, Mapping Tool & More
Free technical assistance for MOD Business Plans Six public transportation providers from across the country were selected this week for SUMC’s Mobility on Demand On-Ramp program. The On-Ramp, part of…
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On June 13, the Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC, the Bay Area’s transportation planning, financing, and coordinating agency) allocated $1.2 million under the Climate Initiatives Program to implement the strategies recommended…
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Government Technology | May 18, 2018
Lyft and Uber are not replacing public transit — nor should they. These are the findings of a new report by the Shared-Use Mobility Center, an imprint of the Transit…
What’s Happening in the Shared Mobility Industry?
Traditional carsharing services are currently operating in more than 400 North American cities.
More than 120 North American cities have launched bikesharing systems.
Ridesourcing or Transportation Network Companies (TNCs) are operating in more than 300 cities in North America.