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National Center for Mobility Management

Mobility management is an approach to designing and delivering transportation services that starts and ends with the customer. It begins with a community vision in which the entire transportation network—public transit, private operators, cycling and walking, volunteer drivers, and others—works together with customers, planners, and stakeholders to deliver the transportation options that best meet the […]

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Making New Mobility Work for Your Community – Alta Webinar

Mobility is undergoing multiple dramatic shifts. Cities, regions, and states are responding with a range of policy, planning, and design strategies. Join Alta’s New Mobility Innovation Lab to discuss new insights for multi-modal transportation planning and practical approaches to future-proofing design. Complete Streets 2.0 – Rethinking how we design to accommodate more modes in the public right-of-way […]

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The Rise of Micro-Mobility: Responding to Dockless Bike Share and Shared Mobility

The newest trends in mobility are small, cheap, nimble, and shared. What does the rise of micro-mobility mean for your community? In this Alta Innovation Lab webinar, you will learn from two cities tackling the opportunity head-on: Aurora, Colorado which was one of the first dockless bike share permitting programs in the country, and St. Louis, MO which enacted a permitting policy that includes a social equity component.

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FHWA Measuring Multimodal Network Connectivity

The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) has released the Measuring Multimodal Network Connectivity guide. The Guidebook focuses on multimodal network connectivity and provides information on incorporating connectivity measures into state, metropolitan, and local transportation planning processes.

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Benefits of Greenways in the Triangle Region of North Carolina

The East Coast Greenway in the Triangle connects communities in four counties, serving as a nearly 70-mile trail “spine” that links to many  other trail systems throughout the region. This report contains an analysis of the estimated quantified benefits resulting from implementation of the East Coast Greenway in the Research Triangle region of North Carolina. In total, […]

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Advisory Bike Lanes in North America

White Paper: Advisory Bike Lanes in North America Despite being used successfully for decades in Europe, Advisory Bike Lanes (also known as advisory shoulders), are an emerging facility type in North America and can be an effective tool for communities to provide bicycle lanes on streets that are otherwise too narrow to accommodate them. Alta’s […]

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