New Case Study: Public Transit COVID-19 Delivery Programs
Explore transit delivery programs that meet the needs of persons with disabilities, the elderly, and those with health complications on the Learning Center.
Enhanced Shared Mobility Benefits Calculator
Estimate CO2 emissions reductions and set reduction goals with a full range of modes, now including electrification and telecommuting. Try it out!
Transit and Shared Mobility Innovation
Learn how SUMC + the FTA are working with 25 agencies to implement new mobility projects through the Integrated Mobility Innovation program.
Bringing clean mobility to underserved communities in CA
Read about the Clean Mobility Options Voucher Pilot Program, which funds zero-emission shared mobility services.
Look back and learn from these mobility pioneers
The MOD Innovation and Knowledge Accelerator rallied agencies thinking about transit in new ways to share knowledge, push innovation, and turn ideas into pilots.
MOD On-Ramp Lessons Learned Webinar Series
Featured Presentation: MetroBike, a partnership between the city of Austin and Capital Metro.
Mobility on Demand Learning Center
Sharing knowledge about shared mobility | Explore the MOD Learning Center, a self-guided learning experience to explore the possibilities of shared mobility.
Expanding Shared Mobility for All
The Shared-Use Mobility Center is a public-interest nonprofit dedicated to creating a multimodal transportation ecosystem to address climate change, poverty, and racial inequality.
MOD Learning Center
A self-guided exploration of the possibilities of shared mobility
Latest resource: COVID-19 Resource Homepage: A centralized hub of insight into how cities and transportation sectors are responding to the virus, including lessons learned, external resources, recent status updates, and case studies on Pop-Up Paths & Open Streets and Public Transit during COVID-19 and the Road to Recovery.
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.