It is no secret that the way we move around cities has dramatically changed in the last decade. It is also no secret that the majority of new mobility modes that have dropped on our doorsteps have not met infrastructure that is ready for their arrival — physical or digital. Just as our built infrastructure is still making space for bike share systems, scooters, and new models for goods delivery, our digital infrastructure has some serious catching up to do.
SharedStreets works with cities to create open source, privacy protecting tools to understand their rapidly-changing streets. Join us to learn what we’re building, how it works, and how it can support transportation planning and oversight. In this workshop, you will gain hands-on experience using these tools. You’ll hear from cities who are using SharedStreets to monitor e-scooters, understand TNC pick-up and drop-off activity, and inventory their curb space. We’ll discuss how others are using these tools and how your city can get started today.
This session is created and run by SharedStreets, a nonprofit that builds free, open source software, digital infrastructure, and governance frameworks to enable public-private collaboration and the seamless exchange of transport data.
Session Format: Interactive training