4 City Resources to Help Navigate New Micro Mobility Services
We’re currently co-creating dockless data management tools with cities.
Reach out if you’d like to partner: firstname.lastname@example.org 💌
We started our deep-dive into dockless with a look-back at how our cities took shape. In this two-part series, we share playful provocations on how city mobility evolved from monarchical mandates to new micro mobilities.
To set the table for our research phase, we created a public, editable compendium of all bike and scooter operators active in U.S. cities and the availability and characteristics of their data feeds. Next, we spoke with people in 10 U.S. cities whose role it is to manage new dockless mobility programs. (Here’s a full report of our findings and high-level synthesis here.)
Next, we shared our POV on the friction between cities and tech vendors. In this essay, we elevate the voices and perspectives of the people inside city hall charged with running new shared vehicle mobility programs and propose ways that technology vendors can become better city partners.
Finally, we integrated city needs and research insights into the Stae platform. Here are a few of functions Stae offers to support cities to manage dockless programs, including: enforcing parking and distribution, evaluating equity and ridership, and informing design and infrastructure.
Again, say hello if you’d like to co-create new data management solutions: email@example.com 👋🏽