The Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE) Pedestrian and Bicycle Standing Committee developed the Micromobility Facility Design Guide Informational Report, which summarizes potential design challenges micromobility users experience as they travel on typical roadways.
Mobility gaps, or barriers in a users ability to complete their trip, are quite common. The good news is that there are many ways to fill them and connect people with the services they need. Here we talk about the benefits of a three-part assessment that prioritizes equity, recently conducted in partnership with Oregon Metro, to identify areas most suitable for using new technologies to fill mobility gaps across their region.
Our customizable Crowdsource+ tool empowers community members to participate in the transportation planning process and provides clients with an effective way to receive and prioritize feedback.
We invite you to explore “The Art of Learning by Example” in APA Planning Magazine’s October issue, authored by Transportation Planner and Data Scientist David Wasserman.
Discover tailored planning for evolving uses and expectations for the curb with CurbSpace+, our new custom tool.
Check out the study to better understand how demand-responsive transportation services (ride-hailing, flexible transit) currently fit into the Cincinnati transportation system and their potential role to complement fixed-route transit services.