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Transformative Technologies: Exploring Emerging Mobility in the Golden State

Emerging mobility is changing the way we get around. And in this fast-changing landscape of scooter share, ride-hailing apps, and access to exceptional amounts of mobility data, cities want to stay ahead of the curve. As managers of the public right-of-way, they’re supporting public policy that leverages new transportation technologies to promote vibrant urban environments […]

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Cities Release Best Practices for Managing Mobility Data

As Mobility Services Proliferate in Cities, a Principles-Based Approach to Data Management Enables Cities to Ensure Essential Data Collection and Individual Privacy Needs Are Met For Immediate Release | May 30, 2019 Contact: Alexander Engel | [email protected] | 646-324-2919 The National Association of City Transportation Officials (NACTO), an association of 82 major cities and transit […]

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Don’t Give Up at the Intersection: NACTO Releases Best Practices for Next-Generation Street Intersection Design

43% of Urban Bicyclist Fatalities Occurred at Intersections in 2017 New Guidance Details Design Treatments that Save Lives and Make Biking and Walking More Comfortable for People of All Ages and Abilities For Immediate Release | May 20, 2019 Contact: Alexander Engel | [email protected] | 646-324-2919 (San Jose, CA) The National Association of City Transportation […]

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NACTO Announces Partnership with Five Cities to Rapidly Design and Build Low-Carbon Transportation Projects by 2020

As part of the Bloomberg American Cities Climate Challenge, Atlanta, Boston, Denver, Minneapolis, and Philadelphia Will Each Design and Build a Transformative Bike or Transit Project, Resulting in Measurable Transportation Emissions Reductions Contact: Alexander Engel | [email protected] | 646-324-2919 The National Association of City Transportation Officials (NACTO), today announced a partnership with five cities—Atlanta, Boston, […]

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84 Million Trips Taken on Shared Bikes and Scooters Across the U.S. in 2018

More than double the number of trips were taken in 2018 than the year prior on shared micromobility, a fast-growing and rapidly-evolving form of transportation in the United States The National Association of City Transportation Officials (NACTO), an association of 69 major North American cities, today released its annual comprehensive count of all shared micromobility […]

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Making city streets part of the success of cities

Linda Bailey reflects on six years leading NACTO, and on her next steps in service of cities The process of letting go of my role at NACTO has illuminated the many reasons I came to work here in the first place. Since announcing my departure a few weeks ago, I’ve been thinking about how we’ve […]

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NACTO Announces Leadership Transition

Linda Bailey Stepping Down As NACTO Executive Director; Succeeded By Deputy Director Corinne Kisner The National Association of City Transportation Officials (NACTO) today announced that Executive Director Linda Bailey is stepping down after six years of growth and accomplishment with the organization. Linda will be succeeded by NACTO Deputy Director Corinne Kisner, effective February 1, […]

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NACTO in 2018: Cities Taking the Lead

In 2018, 7 cities and two transit agencies joined NACTO, bringing our membership to 63 cities and 11 agencies across North America. We graduated our first cohort of Leadership NACTO fellows: extraordinarily accomplished individuals who are taking the lead on tackling our cities’ transportation challenges. NACTO published seven papers, reports, and guidance documents, many of […]

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NACTO & the USDOT Volpe Center Release Best Practices for Redesigning Large Vehicles in Urban Environments

Vehicle Designs Currently on Market but Not in Widespread Use Can Improve Driver Visibility and Street Maneuverability, Saving Lives through Fewer and Less Severe Crashes The National Association of City Transportation Officials, an organization that represents 63 cities and 11 transit agencies in North America, and the U.S. Department of Transportation Volpe Center today released […]

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Detroit to pilot a solution for cities working with e-scooter and dockless bike-share providers to share and analyze trip data to allocate street space to sustainable transportation, reduce traffic crashes, and provide more equitable transportation access Detroit – October 29, 2018 – Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan, the National Association of City Transportation Officials (NACTO) and […]

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