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Considerations for TNC Partnerships: Seniors and Individuals with Disabilities
"This brief provides a framework for public agency stakeholders considering shared mobility public-private partnerships, to ensure that new partnerships are built from the beginning to include people with disabilities, including people in wheelchairs. While written with TNCs in mind, many of the discussions can be adapted for projects centered on other shared modes, such as microtransit or carsharing. Ultimately, planning for people with disabilities and seniors early in the process can help assure beneficial, accessible, and equitable service for everyone."
"If an agency is establishing a partnership with a TNC or other private mobility provider through a pilot project, it is important to keep the scope and study area in mind."
Mobility managers could be the third-party connection we need between transit providers or state agencies with TNCs.
Partnerships need to decide what kind of data is need from each other and establish an agreement upon it. TNCs can be reluctant to hand that kind of information over for competitive reasons.
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