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In January 2023, SUMC hosted a webinar discussing how micromobility can better serve as a strategy to address climate change on the local level. Watch a recording of the webinar here!
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*New Resource* – Universal Mobility Learning Module
The Role of Data Specifications in Creating an Interoperable Transportation System
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March 17, 2023
Bringing Regional Mobility-On-Demand Service to Rural Oklahoma: A Case Study of PICK Transportation
Brief Summary In 2021, The Grand Gateway Economic Development Association received a Federal Transit Administration’s Integrated Mobility Innovation grant of $1.5 million dollars to develop PICK ...
March 1, 2023
A DART Connect cutaway bus. Credit: DTC
Connecting Rural Communities with DART Connect: On-Demand Microtransit in Sussex County, Delaware
Brief Summary In 2020, the Delaware Transit Corporation (DTC) received funding through a Federal Transit Administration (FTA) Accelerating Innovative Mobility (AIM) grant to develop DART Connect, ...
January 18, 2023
Credit: Kevin Ku/Pexels
The Path to Mobility Interoperability
Since 2021, the Shared-Use Mobility Center (SUMC) has convened a Specs to Standards working group, in partnership with the Federal Transit Administration (FTA). In these meetings for the working group, ...
January 10, 2023
A Review of Shared Mobility in 2022
Through the Mobility Learning Center (MLC), the Shared-Use Mobility Center (SUMC) tracks trends and trajectories in the shared mobility industry. For the top 25 metropolitan areas in the U.S., SUMC collects ...
December 5, 2022
GoWake SmartRide NE kick off event in March 2021
Bridging the First and Last 5 Mile Gap: Microtransit in Northeast Wake County, NC
Brief Summary The Wake County Department of Health and Human Services received an Integrated Mobility Innovation (IMI) grant from the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) in 2020 to develop a microtransit ...
March 9, 2023
City Expands On-Demand Transit Pilot Program, Lehigh Acres, FL, 2023
LeeTran, the transit service operating in Lee County, Florida, expanded its ULTRA On-Demand Transit pilot program to the Lehigh Acres area. LeeTran launched the ULTRA on-demand program in 2022 in the Bonita ...
March 9, 2023
Credit: Entergy Corporation
City Expands Bikeshare Program with 300 New E-Bikes, New Orleans, LA, 2023
Blue Krewe, the nonprofit organization that operates and manages Blue Bikes, the City of New Orleans’ bikeshare, is adding 300 new pedal-assist electric bicycles to its fleet. This 300 e-bike addition ...
March 8, 2023
Credit: Seattle Department of Transportation
City Offers 10,000 Free Transit Passes to Housing Authority Residents, Seattle, WA, 2023
The Seattle Department of Transportation, in partnership with the Seattle Housing Authority (SHA), is providing free One Regional Card for All (ORCA) cards to 10,000 residents of SHA-owned and managed ...
March 8, 2023
Credit: Jacksonville Transportation Authority
SUMC’s Mobility Innovation Collaborative Hosts Presentation on Ultimate Urban Circulator AV Project in Jacksonville, FL, 2023
[caption id="attachment_13334" align="alignnone" width="391"] This webinar is a product of the Mobility Innovation Collaborative (MIC) program, a partnership between the Shared-Use Mobility Center and ...
March 7, 2023
Electric Microtransit Service Launches in Calexico, CA, 2023
The Imperial County Transportation Commission (ICTC) has launched Calexico On Demand, a service offering shared electric curb-to-curb rides to and from anywhere within Calexico city limits. Customers can ...
March 3, 2023
Brightline and Uber Partner for First-/Last-Mile Service, Florida, 2023
Customers of Brightline, a Florida-based intercity train service, can now book private or shared Uber rides to and from their train trips on Brightline’s platform. This partnership is an expansion of ...
March 3, 2023
Helbiz Offers Shared E-Bikes in Santa Monica, CA, 2023
Helbiz, a micromobility provider, has introduced a fleet of over 100 shared e-bikes for people to use in Santa Monica. These vehicles are available in addition to standing and seated e-scooters provided ...
January 30, 2023
SUMC Webinar--Sharing in Action: Micromobility in Local Climate Strategies, January 25, 2023
On January 25, 2023, the Shared-Use Mobility Center (SUMC) hosted a webinar panel discussion after publishing Sharing in Action: Micromobility in Local Climate Strategies. In this paper, SUMC evaluated ...
January 25, 2023
City Launches Microtransit Service, Glendale, AZ, 2022
The City of Glendale is launching Glendale OnBoard, a citywide microtransit service. This service allows customers to request shared curb-to-curb rides anywhere within Glendales’ city limits. During ...
January 25, 2023
Credit: Riverside Transit Agency
Riverside Transit Agency Launches GoMicro in Hemet and San Jacinto, CA, 2022
The Riverside Transit Agency (RTA) has launched GoMicro, an on-demand microtransit service, in the communities of Hemet and San Jacinto. Customers can use GoMicro to travel between existing fixed-route ...