Introducing the 2022 Community Mobility Design Challenge

The National Center for Mobility Management (NCMM), supported by the Federal Transit Administration, is now accepting applications for its Community Mobility Design Challenge 2022 grant. These grants will support communities in researching and creating innovative mobility solutions for community members who face transportation barriers in advancing their personal well-being. Grants of up to $25,000 will be available, as well as NCMM facilitation through the entire process.


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Transportation Officials to Weigh Equity, Accessibility in Funding

Before awarding federal funds, U.S. transportation officials will look for projects offering greater access to people, especially in disadvantaged communities. Echoing President Joe Biden’s theme of promoting equity, Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg and his leadership team revealed in a webinar May 25 how the U.S. Department of Transportation is shifting its views and delivery of programs.


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NCMM Promising Practices Database

NCMM wants you to submit Promising Practices from your community! A database of current and recent mobility management practices from across the country is in the works, showcasing implemented programs and services that have introduced a new or enhanced method of delivering mobility management and improved people’s ability to travel around their communities.


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