This week is big for shared bikes and scooters. Yesterday, industry leaders released the 2030 Action Agenda, calling on advocates, operators, researchers, and aggregators to join together to act. To make shared mobility a better option than driving a car in the next eight years.
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.
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.
This month, our updates include two functionality improvements to the Analyze tab: the addition of trip ends and a new interface for picking dates. Read on to learn more about why these matter.
Ride Report is excited to share some of the improvements we have made to our solutions in June. This month, we have begun using the MDS trips endpoint for improved trip count accuracy. We also have added carshare to our platform, enabling cities to now manage carshare programs from within the dashboard.
Ride Report Policy module
Policy module supports digital program management
Ride Report has developed a Policy module as a one-stop shop for creating and sharing rules with operators. Policy module also allows cities to transparently track performance against those rules. With just a few clicks of a button, program managers can enter in maximum caps, minimum floors/deployments, no-ride zones, slow speed zones, and fees/fines/subsidies. Operators are able to view these same rules and their own performance in the operator dashboard.
In the month of April, we have made several improvements to the dashboard that make it even easier for cities to understand and manage their micromobility programs. Self-draw Areas of Interest (AOIs) allow cities to explore and understand micromobility behavior in custom geographies, while multi-metrics line charts in the Analyze tab enable cities to compare and normalize multiple metrics in the same chart.
Read on to learn more about how these updates help cities better utilize their program data.
The team at Ride Report has been busy and we’re excited to share some of our newest updates and features, and how these updates will positively impact cities. We are constantly evolving our micromobility data management solutions to meet the ever-changing needs of city micromobility program. Each update has been thoughtfully developed in order to bring maximum utility and efficiency to our city customers.
Our recent updates make our dashboard more useful than ever. It’s now possible to:
- Manage fees and invoice operators
- Track even more vehicle statistics
- Understand the reason for vehicle trip starts and ends
- View our data feed incident log (and how we’re resolving those incidents!)