Now that we have resumed normal travel behaviour (in a post-pandemic world) towns and cities across the globe are working hard to give tourists a
As young families, professionals and students opt for shared mobility and transit-oriented city dwellings, popular culture seems to be catching on, including what we watch on the big screen. Here are 10 times shared mobility and micromobility was spotted featuring in recent T.V. shows and movies.
Given the rising popularity of cargo bikes for delivery and personal transportation purposes, there’s been a simultaneous surge in demand for cargo bike-sharing solutions.
Last month CityAge Canada invited the Candian creators, investors, builders and policy-shapers who are reimagining how we build, live and work within our cities to speak at their digital event. This panel of experts for ‘Transforming Our Cities For The Future’ including movmi’s very own, Venkatesh Gopal.
In this session the panel discuss how to run financially viable shared micromobility operations. Our panel of mobility experts include, Leanne Buhler of Manager of Strategic Ventures, BCAA, and Josh Moskowitz, Chief Operating Officer for Shift Transit.
Last month’s Vancouver Entrepreneur Forum (VEF) event brought together innovators and experts from a mix of industries for a discussion on the Future of Transportation. movmi was delighted to partner up with VEF for this event to bring back our in-person ‘Mobility Minglers.’ A big thank you to everyone in our network who attended the event – we were so happy to connect with you IRL!
As National Indigenous History Month comes to a close, we wanted to use this month’s Multimodal Monday’s episode to introduce you to Canon Cook, who has worked closely with movmi on our Shared Mobility City Index (SMCI) and has an on-the-ground experience working in the transportation industry. We interviewed Canon to find out her thoughts on the inequalities and challenges cities and rural communities across North America have with their public transportation systems.
CITE was one of the first major in-person transportation conferences in Vancouver since the pandemic and movmi was excited to attend. Focused on transportation engineering, the conference was full of learnings about how cities are increasingly aligning sustainable living in their projects and planning. Keep reading for a breakdown of movmi’s CITE conference highlights!
What exactly is on-demand shared mobility, where does DRT and microtransit fit in? How does it work? What are best practices and lessons learnt from existing projects?
In this article we take a look at the origins of the bicycle and bikesharing systems and list the key benefits that bikesharing offers for the user, the operator and for cities. Happy World Bicycle Day!
This month we are joined by Adriel Thornton, Executive Director at MoGo Detroit Bikeshare and Vlad Marica, Head of Sales at Fluidtime Data Services GmbH for a chat about how the pandemic affected commuting patterns, micromobility and active transportation and how employers are implementing these modes during Global Employee Health and Fitness month and all year round.
The 2022 Transportation Forum, hosted by Deloitte, featured leaders from both government and industry who discussed these important issues through keynotes and informative panel discussions on the future of transportation and mobility in our region.
One of the experts included as a panelist in this Forum was movmi’s Founder and CEO, Sandra Phillips who took part in Session Two: Urban Mobility: Innovation and technology for a better quality of life. Keep reading for a short summary of this discussion.