Mobility for All Pilot Program seeks to improve mobility options and access to community services for transportation disadvantaged populations. The $3.5 million grant program will fund projects that enhance transportation connections to jobs, education and health services. The notice of funding was published on Nov. 1, 2019. Applications are due by January 6, 2020.
One-Call/One-Click Consultant Services opportunity. NCMM is seeking the services of a consultant to assist NCMM and its target audience with understanding, applying, and developing the next generation of one-call/one-click (OC/OC) technology with an eye towards developing Mobility as a Service capabilities over the long-term. Deadline for response is November 12, 2019.
Five Communities Receive NCMM Grants to Pursue Community Mobility Solutions. NCMM is pleased to announce the five communities that have been selected to be a part of the 2019 Community Mobility Design Challenge. These communities will work over the next six months to develop and test ways to address mobility challenges experienced by low-income community members for whom a lack of transportation is an obstacle to the pursuit of economic opportunity, community integration, and health and well-being.
NCMM Webinar 7/16: A Jewel in the Rough: Articulating Your Vision for Technology in RFP Form. Public procurement processes can be challenging, likewise the process for understanding and implementing technology. Combine them in the form of technology RFPs and you have a daunting venture for even the most prepared organization. This webinar will explore the world of technology RFPs and provide a pathway to increases your likelihood of success, from understanding the problem you're trying to solve all the way through to RFP structure, content, and process. We hope you’ll join us! Learn more here.