Mobility Management

CUTA defines Mobility Management as the Coordination and optimization of all modes of transportation to enable ease of travel in urban areas.

These means acknowledging all the ways that people can travel in a community (transit, bike, walk, drive a vehicle, passenger in a vehicle) and all of the different ways that these modes can be operated (owned bikes, bikeshare, owned car, carshare, rideshare, ridesource) and bringing them together for the benefit of the user. Bringing the modes and approaches together means building partnerships between two or more of them in order to better integrate mobility and provide opportunity for the user.

A key question that transit systems must consider is whether or not they have the resources, skills, and mandate to form these partnerships, or whether they are one of the services being brought together by another entity

Carshare Service Partnerships

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