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.
Shared + Electric Mobility Initiative
SUMC is partnering with the California Air Resources Board to bring shared and electric mobility options to disadvantaged communities in California.
Mobility on Demand Learning Center
Sharing knowledge about shared mobility The MOD Learning Center is a self-guided learning experience to explore the possibilities of shared mobility.
SUMC and FHWA study on shared mobility in Europe
A newly released report with the FHWA studies how European cities implement and support shared mobility services. Read key findings, see examples, and download the full report on our blog.
Twin Cities Shared Mobility Collaborative
Get to know this partnership of transportation leaders who are committed to implementing the Twin Cities Action Plan and increasing mobility options in Minneapolis-St. Paul.
Mobility on Demand On-Ramp
It’s been an incredible year for Mobility on Demand (MOD) On-Ramp, our partnership with the Federal Transit Administration that gives public transit agencies from six U.S. cities with promising MOD concepts expert assistance, so they can turn their innovations into realities.
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.
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The Pinellas Suncoast Transit Authority (PSTA) was the first public transit agency to sign a service provision contract with a private transportation network company (Uber) to provide subsidized first/last-mile connections…
What’s Happening in the Shared Mobility Industry?
Traditional, one-way, and P2P carsharing services are currently operating in more than 400 North American cities.
More than 400 North American cities have launched bikesharing systems.
Ridesourcing or Transportation Network Companies (TNCs) are operating in more than 600 cities in North America.