#MoveTogether: National Shared Mobility Summit
September 28-30 • Chicago
Bringing Low-Income Carsharing to LA
SUMC to Help Lead $1.6 Million Pilot
Disrupting the Disrupters
3 cities working to design e-hail apps
Building a Diverse Bikeshare Culture
Innovator Profile: Oboi Reed, Slow Roll Chicago
3 European cities making it a reality
What is Shared Mobility?
The growth of bikesharing in recent years has been well documented. For all its momentum, however, the industry has obstacles that have yet to be overcome, including financing issues, equity…
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The Shared-Use Mobility Center contributed to a new report from the U.S. PIRG Education Fund and Frontier Group exploring how well American cities are using technology-enabled services and tools for…
What’s Happening in the Shared Mobility Industry?
Traditional carsharing services are currently operating in nearly 280 North American cities.
Bikesharing systems have launched in more than 75 North American cities.
Ridesourcing or Transportation Networking Companies (TNCs) are operating in more than 160 cities in North America.