Autonomous Vehicles: Considerations for People with Disabilities and Older Adults. The age of autonomous vehicles is upon us. It's important to begin planning now to ensure this new mobility revolution includes people with disabilities and older adults from the very start. NCMM provides context and considerations for mobility managers to positively contribute to this shift.
Improving Mobility Access through Complete Streets and Mobility Management. Mobility management and Complete Streets are closely related concepts, focusing on the integration of the two areas to reach common goals of safety, livability, customized transportation solutions, equity, and accessibility. Explore what defines Complete Streets, why integrating the two initiatives makes sense, the role that mobility managers have within the context of local Complete Streets projects, and firsthand remarks from mobility management professionals on how they became engaged in the Complete Streets movement in their towns and regions.
Mobility as a Service: Concept and Practice. Mobility as a Service (MaaS) is a growing concept that aims to integrate all available transportation options in a given area to streamline access to local transportation options. This is an introductory guide to the concept and what it could look like as communities progress through its many steps. We also held a webinar to discuss what MaaS can look like in large urban and rural areas. Listen to the archived recording, including Q&A with the presenters. View the first set of slides and second set of slides.
Mobility Management: Introduction, Implementation, Community Service and Seniors. Highlights the principles and history of mobility management for Senior Corps programs and presents special issues surrounding mobility management and senior mobility. The guide is divided into three sections: 1) the basic concepts and history of mobility management, 2) a step-by-step reference for starting a mobility management practice, and 3) mobility management for seniors as a specific population.
Coordination: Community Models, Outcomes & Lessons Learned. Takes a look at four coordination models—including one transit model—that offer lessons for public and private transportation managers. The models include partnerships and initiative programs created during the Hurricane Irene recovery period in New England; consolidation of county transit services in Minnesota; planning for mill town revitalization in Maine; and how transportation and food programs have worked together to help children access summer meals.