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Mobility Lab Express #109

Last month, the Association for Commuter Transportation gathered in Washington, D.C., for its 2017 Public Policy Summit, which showcased the changing policies of transportation demand management – covering everything from “mobility as a service” to the current state of the commuter tax benefit. ACT also launched its “25 x 20” campaign, which looks to encourage… Read more »

NYC DOT Commissioner Polly Trottenberg on Citi Bike

Biggest Transportation Innovation? People Reclaiming Their Streets

American cities are adding bus and bike lanes, implementing bikeshare systems, and creating public plazas and miniature parks at a rapid pace. Urban streets, long the domain of automobiles, are increasingly being reclaimed by and for the people, a change that amounts to the biggest transportation innovation in recent years, according to a new report… Read more »

The Stories of Why People Bike

Everything you’ve heard about biking is true. It makes you happier, healthier and saves you time. Plus, it is good for the economy and the environment. And in the bike advocacy world, we talk about those benefits a lot. But if you are like most folks, a single statistic is not why you started riding… Read more »

Quality of Life

Mobility is intrinsically related to the perception of quality of life. Mobility management programs increase access to services, communities, and destinations. They enhance the quality of life and vibrancy of neighborhoods. Savings in travel time means more time to pursue interests and hobbies. Making a wise choice among our mobility options keep us from wasting time… Read more »