Integrating Shared Mobility into Multimodal Transportation Planning: Improving Regional Performance to Meet Public Goals

Integrating Shared Mobility into Multimodal Transportation Planning: Improving Regional Performance to Meet Public Goals

"This white paper provides a framework and examples to assist transportation agencies in anticipating and planning for shared mobility as part of a higher-performing regional multimodal transportation system. It synthesizes noteworthy practices in 13 metropolitan areas as of spring/summer 2017 collected from online research and conversations with planning practitioners, identifies challenges and opportunities, and provides recommendations for future research needed to improve planning practices related to shared mobility."

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To avoid congestion, worsening pollution, and inefficient land-use patterns, the expansion of mobility services should be considered alongside other regional goals.

Input from the public is important to be able to highlight the issues of equity, safety, and affordability, when changes in transportation systems may take place.

Goals of transportation do not change much, but the process by which is taken to try to achieve them does and needs to be revisited often to make sure they keep aligning.

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