Data for Environmentally Sustainable and Inclusive Urban Mobility

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Data on passenger movements, vehicle fleets, fare payments, and transportation infrastruc­ture has immense potential to inform cities to better plan, regulate, and enforce their urban mobility systems. This report specifically examines the opportunities that exist for U.S. cities to use mobility data to improve transportation's environmental sustainability, acces­sibility, and equity. The given recommendations are primarily applicable to cities, but also can apply to the federal govern­ment, private mobility service providers, and nonprofits.

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Date of Publication
June 2023
Heinrich Böll Foundation in cooperation with ENO – Center for Transportation
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Table of contents

Executive Summary
1. Introduction
2. The State of Mobility Data in the United States
2.1 Data types
2.2 Data usage
2.3 Stakeholders
3. Risks and Regulations
3.1 Data risks and barriers
3.2 Regulations on data sharing
3.3 Privacy and data security regulation
4. Data-Sharing Models
5. Case Studies
5.1 Los Angeles
5.2 New York
5.3 Chicago
6. Key Observations and Recommendations
6.1 Harmonize data-sharing requirements for private mobility
service providers
6.2 Improve data usage in the public sector
6.3 Vest regulatory power and responsibility in cities
7. Conclusion
About the authors
Data for Environmentally Sustainable and Inclusive Urban Mobility
By Anusha Chitturi and Robert Puentes