Supporting the transformation of cities towards a more sustainable mobility through data analysis and digital communication.
MoMobility is a fun, engaging card game designed to start constructive conversations, provoke collegial debate and inspire players to rethink our perceptions and attitudes around creating sustainable, equitable and joyful cities and transportation for all.
As part of a wide-ranging effort to upgrade the subway system’s capacity and reliability, all the winning ideas will be thoroughly vetted and further developed as quickly as possible with future procurements subject to any required MTA Board approval.
Municipalities across the country have joined together to create a new global non-profit organization called the Open Mobility Foundation to support the development of open-sourced software that provides scalable mobility solutions for cities.
The City of Amsterdam equipped 700 cyclists with a device that allowed them to ping when encountering a complicated, clumsy or unsafe traffic situation. 31,000 events were registered, which will inform upgrades to their bike network in the coming years.