Are you in the transportation demand management industry? Are you in the wider fields of public transportation, planning, or technology?
If the answer is yes, then chances are that you care about how people think about their transportation choices. We’ve mostly gotten into our cars and driven alone for the past 100 years. But now the options can be nearly limitless.
That’s where our new Mobility Lab Daily newsletter comes in.
Each workday, our staff scours the news for articles (sometimes not easy to find) that are related to transportation behavior – the people side, not the infrastructure side. Why is the people side so important? Partly because, when focusing on it, we can create much more affordable answers to our transportation ills – compared to massive infrastructure projects – that are most appropriate when a lack of funding options persists.
We’ve been tinkering with the design of what the Daily looks like, and we think this format may be the easiest for you to find quick and helpful in doing your jobs or just simply because you (like us) are fascinated by the sociology of transportation. But please let us know if you have any other ideas for how we can make the Daily even better.
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