Statewide Mobility Management: Factors Affecting the Creation and Success of Networks

  • Source: NCMM
  • Date: 07/01/2020

NCMM’s Statewide Mobility Management: Factors Affecting the Creation and Success of Networks study and report examines those characteristics that sustain state mobility management networks. Researchers interviewed leaders of established networks to learn about such factors as network origins, funding sources, career paths of mobility management professionals, and network typologies. This study is a follow-up to the original study documented in the 2018, Mobility Management: State of the States Report that identified general features of mobility management networks.  

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