Curb Events: A curb manager's best friend

Mar 22, 2022 5:09:23 PM / by Corrine Murray posted in Webinar series

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Preparing for innovation on city streets: Regulating new vehicles

Mar 15, 2022 12:24:51 PM / by Corrine Murray posted in Webinar series

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Making the most of Open Data Portal, Ride Report's public dashboard

Feb 3, 2022 12:06:35 PM / by Corrine Murray posted in Use cases, Public Dashboards

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MDS Release 1.2: Receive the data you need (and nothing more)

Dec 8, 2021 5:58:51 PM / by Corrine Murray posted in MDS

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The Open Mobility Foundation (OMF) recently approved the 1.2 Release for the Mobility Data Specification (MDS). Included in this release is Policy Requirements, “a new endpoint in Policy for agencies to describe program requirements digitally to allow operators and the public to see what MDS and GBFS versions, APIs, endpoints, and fields are required.” This release feature enables the data privacy principle of data minimization - what is the smallest amount of data needed to get the job done?

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Making the most of the Ride Report toolset: Siting parking corrals

Nov 22, 2021 5:10:31 PM / by Corrine Murray posted in Use cases

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Ride Report’s software platform is used in over 80 cities worldwide, and each public agency seems to have their own unique way of using the tools. In an effort to help customers get the maximum value out of Ride Report’s toolset, we are writing a blog series on use cases that we have seen positively impact shared mobility programs.

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New to Ride Report: MDS 1.X and mobile functionality

Oct 26, 2021 6:21:52 PM / by Corrine Murray posted in Product feature

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Ride Report is pleased to announce MDS 1.X support and improved mobile functionality as our product updates for the month of October! Read on to learn more about what these updates mean for our clients.

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New to Ride Report: Trips filters and off-street paths

Sep 29, 2021 7:15:28 PM / by Corrine Murray posted in Product feature

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Both product updates for the month of September provide cities with more options to drill down on their shared mobility program data. The first update is a trip filter, which allows users to define what qualifies as a trip. The second update is off-street paths, which expands the possible routes a trip is mapped to by visualizing off-street paths.

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Your questions about new mobility answered: Part 2

Sep 10, 2021 3:16:06 PM / by Meghan Prichard

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Last week we shared Part 1 of our Q&A with Michal Nakashimada, Head of New Modes at Ride Report. Here’s Part 2.

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Your questions about new mobility answered: Part 1

Aug 31, 2021 8:00:28 PM / by Meghan Prichard

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Michal Nakashimada, Head of New Modes, is one of the leading voices in the emerging mobility space. In addition to his role ensuring that the Ride Report suite of tools works for many forms of mobility, he writes the Movements newsletter, a roundup of stories about the mobility industry, focusing on mobility software, cities, and infrastructure.

He recently shared his thoughts on the state of the mobility industry in 2021. He had so many valuable insights to share that we’re dividing this Q&A into two parts. Here’s Part 1.  

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The latest on transportation funding from the 2021 infrastructure bill

Aug 31, 2021 7:55:30 PM / by Becca Homa posted in Cities, Revenue

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In May, we wrote about progress on the proposed American Jobs Plan that includes significant funding for transportation infrastructure. 

Now the bill, with the official title "Bipartisan Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act," has been repackaged as an economic plan and budget blueprint that covers social and physical infrastructure. It is getting closer to approval with the ambitious goal of passage by the end of September. Its size is astounding both on paper and in dollar value.

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