The Transportation Research Board (TRB) is conducting a major study to examine what steps transit agencies and cities can take to ensure that new mobility services such as transportation network companies, carsharing, bike-sharing, scooter-sharing, and micro-transit can be complimentary to, rather than competitive with, public transit. The study will also examine the role cities and local jurisdictions can play in becoming mobility managers and integrating the ever-growing suite of options into a “Mobility as a Service” business model. During this interactive conversation, TRB staff and committee members will describe the study and some of what they have heard from stakeholders. They will then engage in an open dialogue with conference attendees about the challenges attendees have faced in implementing mobility management or mobility as a service type options.
This meeting is planned and run by the TRB Committee on Mobility Management.
Session Format: Panel discussion and audience Q&A