Arlington County, Virginia is the home of Mobility Lab, and we’re proud of the work we do with our partners throughout the county’s Commuter Services and Department of Environmental Services divisions. We often tout the 45,000 car trips that our work contributes directly to removing from the county’s streets each work day. But this video,… Read more »
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In November 2011, transportation professionals from around the region gathered to learn the basics of vanpooling at Vanpool Bootcamp and how to increase ridership in this often forgotten form of transportation. This video presents a quick recap. And if you love it, don’t miss the extras below.
Mobility Lab works closely with several partners, and one of them is Arlington Transportation Partners (ATP), which has put together a cute series of short videos that will hopefully help commuters give more thought to how they get to work each day. The four videos show a group of coworkers figuring out how to simplify… Read more »
Thing I love today: BikeArlington‘s new public-service announcement. If this 38-second video (produced in association with Sean Kenney’s Art with Lego Bricks) doesn’t get you to follow the bicycle rules of the road, I don’t know what will. The video is part of Arlington County’s Car-Free Diet and Be a PAL safety campaign.
Great feature segment from Fox 5 DC as a result of yesterday’s release of the Capital Bikeshare user survey, held in The Mobility Lab (pictured below). For more news coverage, go here and here. And for the press release and survey report, go here.
Arlington County, Virginia has been a powerful example of the many places around the U.S. that have been able to protect from overwhelming auto traffic in the face of massive population growth. Anyone looking for an interesting glimpse into how Arlington County managed this complicated task should watch Arlington’s Smart Growth Journey. The 11-minute short… Read more »
Arlington County Commuter Service’s story of success, and how transit corridors have transformed the county into a place with dense, walkable urban villages and very little traffic congestion, is highlighted in this video narrated by Bill Kurtis.