Successful micromobility programs require long-term partnerships, panelists say
By Charles Pekow
Micromobility often works best when just a few service providers work closely with local officials, one panelist said.
Successful micromobility programs require long-term relationships, integration with public transit and limited service operators, said panelists during a webinar last week hosted by the Eno Center for Transportation.
Cary Bearn, senior program manager of biking at the National Association of City Transportation Officials, said that over the past decade, shared mobility evolved from relatively simple bike-share programs into multimodal programs involving professional partnerships between cities and contractors.