“Partnerships with Technology Enabled Mobility Companies: Lessons Learned,” Los Angeles County, CA, 2016

  • Date Enacted: Aug 1, 2016

Summary

This report, authored by the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority studies mobility on-demand public-private partnerships. Per their introduction:

This research explores how [mobility on demand] can be synergistic with public transit models and details the 3 experiences of two transit operators who have entered into service delivery partnerships with a 4 transportation network company and with a micro-transit operator. Based on a series of interviews and 5 experiences of these two public agencies, this research provides a set of key takeaways and 6 recommendations for transit operators exploring the potential of partnering with new mobility services 7 such as Transportation Network Companies (TNCs, i.e. Uber or Lyft) and micro-transit (i.e. Bridj or Via). 

Updated  December 2017

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