Mobility Innovation Collaborative
The Shared-Use Mobility Center (SUMC) is a public-interest organization and a national thought leader in shared mobility, with a mission to create transportation systems that work for all. SUMC is working with the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) to run the Mobility Innovation Collaborative (MIC) program.
The MIC is a platform that captures stories and lessons learned from ~50 innovative mobility projects across the United States, and more broadly supports:
- increasing awareness about developments in mobility innovation projects;
- facilitating knowledge exchange;
- and fostering a community for transit providers.
Improving Access to Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) for Mobility Impaired Riders by Using Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS)￼
Kansas City Area Transportation Authority (KCATA) /RideKC
Oct 5, 2022
KCATA shares a lesson learned during the implementation and testing of the Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS).
About LA Metro’s Travel Rewards Research Pilot
Nov 2, 2022
Learn about this pilot and how LA Metro is working with others to use behavioral science and design to shift travel behavior in Los Angeles.
Universal Basic Mobility and Mobility Wallets Pilots
Shared-Use Mobility Center
Nov 14, 2022
Learn about OakDOT's, City of Pittsburgh's, and LADOT's universal basic mobility and mobility wallet pilot projects.
The MIC Workshop in Memphis is Cancelled
We are canceling the in-person MIC Workshop planned for November 16 and 17 in Memphis, TN.
We will make this a virtual workshop and will share more details soon!