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Top 5 Challenges Our Shared Mobility Clients Bring to Us

In this article, we’ll explore the five most common questions and concerns our shared mobility clients bring to us, sharing insights into our approach and solutions. Whether you’re struggling with increasing your ridership, navigating technology choices, or ensuring seamless integration with public transport, we’re here to provide expert guidance and support.

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Shared Mobility by Region: South America

South America’s shared mobility market is shaped by several prominent companies and emerging startups, each playing a pivotal role in creating a sustainable ecosystem. In this article we take a closer look at these leading players, highlighting their contributions and innovations within the shared mobility sector.

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Microtransit

The 10 Principles for Inclusive Shared Mobility Design

In this blog post we take a look at the principles of inclusive transportation design, share case studies of innovative companies who are challenging the status quo, provide examples of public transportation systems doing it right and the important role of policy and regulation has to play.

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Global Mobility

Empowering the Journey: Spotlight on Indigenous Transportation Enterprises

Numerous Indigenous businesses have carved out a niche for themselves in the transportation sector. With a deep-rooted commitment to community service, cultural preservation, and sustainability, these enterprises serve more than just economic functions. They foster cultural exchanges, drive local engagement, and often champion environmentally friendly practices that set them apart in a competitive marketplace.

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movmi: Your Trusted Partner in Designing, Planning and Launching Shared Mobility Services Worldwide

movmi’s speciality is Shared Mobility Architecture. We provide award-winning design, planning, and launch services for new shared mobility projects worldwide. Our nimble, 6-person team has extensive expertise in all aspects of Shared Mobility Architecture, having been involved in over 70 carshare, micromobility, micro transport and Mobility-as-a-Service projects.

Our diverse range of clients includes public agencies such as TransLink, State of Luxembourg, City of Vancouver, City of Calgary, and Vélib, as well as private sector Fortune500 companies like BMW and Honda, and new mobility startups like Superpedestrian/Link, Sparrow, Revel, Velometro/Veemo.

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Shared Mobility in Pop Culture: TV & Movies

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.

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Future Of Mobility

Deloitte’s Transportation Forum 2022, Vancouver

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.

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Micromobility Business Model

In this article we review the different types of micromobility business models, offer advice on how to build a micromobility business model to suit your needs and use movmi’s own case studies to explore the challenges and successes of different micromobility business models.

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Getting Around Northern Ireland: My Experience of Irish Transportation

In honour of St.Patrick’s Day this year, the team at movmi nominated me (their very own Irish expat! ☘️) to write an article, about my personal experience of transportation and shared mobility living in Ireland. Northern Ireland to be exact.

In this article I discuss my personal experience with transportation in Ireland, including both public and private options… or the lack of.

Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

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Brazil Mobility

Global Mobility – Brazil: Decarbonizing Shared Mobility

In each episode of ‘Global Mobility’ we will be working alongside our intercontinental partners who will be speaking with local industry experts to give you an up-to-date look at what’s happening on the ground in each country. This month, we are back in Brazil with our partner Humberto Maciel, Founder of OPTAI. In episode three, the panel of experts discuss how to develop a truly intelligent mobility system within different cities. The impact micromobility and electric vehicles have on population health and if decarbonizing shared mobility and creating completely sustainable, zero emission mobility is truly possible.

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Women In Shared Mobility

Future Mobility Change Makers: EmpowerWISM 2022 Award Ceremony

This week, on Monday January 31st, we hosted the Empower Women in Shared Mobility Pitch, virtual Award Ceremony. We’d like to thank everyone that tuned in to show their support for this years amazing finalists. Each of our 19 applicants inspired us with their passion and dedication to their chosen field within the shared mobility sector and we’d also like to say big thank you to everyone who was brave enough to apply this year – you are ALL winners in our book.

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shared mobility

Shared Mobility Business Model

In this article we take a look at the global shared mobility market size and growth and shared mobility trends, help you understand the various different shared mobility business models, offer advice on how to build a shared mobility business model to suit your needs and use movmi’s own case studies to explore the challenges and successes with different business models  

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movmi’s 12 Top Moments of 2021

As 2021 draws to an end, as a team, we decided to take a look back over the last 12 months at everything we accomplished as a company. In this blog post we will be sharing our top moments of the year, including;

– The projects we’ve worked on
– The people we spoke to and collaborated with
– Our favourite movmi campaigns and initiatives

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Women In Shared Mobility

EmpowerWISM 2022: Partners & Prizes

We have partnered with some truly exceptional companies to bring our EmpowerWISM Pitch to life this year including. They have supported us by promoting the Empower Women in Shared Mobility Pitch and by offering a few amazing prizes for the winner! Keep reading to find out what those prizes are.

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Women In Shared Mobility

Meet The Judges: EmpowerWISM Pitch 2022

The panel of judges for our EmpowerWISM program was carefully selected to ensure we had a mix of highly established and diverse experts within the international transportation industry. The skillsets and experience each panelist brings to the table is totally unique with backgrounds in both the public and private sectors. A goal of ours was to enlist the expertise of women and men who have been involved with other female-orientated programs, promoting equality and inclusivity, particularly within the mobility arena.

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Partner Network

Commuting for the Hybrid Workplace

A McKinsey study found that 52% of employees would prefer a flexible working model on a permanent basis moving forward. That same study found that over 50% of employees would prefer to work from home at least 3 days per week.

We’ve all likely seen some form of these statistics. And the future is clear: flexible remote work is here to stay (for those jobs that can accommodate it). What does that mean for commuting and the traditional commuter benefits programs offered by many employers?

To answer that question, Commutifi explores the approaches of two hypothetical companies in this article: NormCorp and FutureCorp.

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Micromobility

movmi’s Demo Day with LINK e-scooters

Last month the movmi team took to the streets of Vancouver for a demo day with LINK e-scooters from Superpedestrian. They are currently looking to enter the Canadian market and have hired movmi’s team to provide strategic guidance. movmi’s work with LINK is focused on two areas: community engagement and a deployment plan.

Check out the movmi team in action! 🛴 Read the full article to find out what we thought of LINK’s e-scooters!

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5 climate change success stories
Climate Change

5 Climate Change Success Stories

Change does not usually happen overnight, especially within the transportation sector. Our vision of a sustainable transportation eco-system, significantly reducing GHG emissions and effectively turning the tide on climate change, just isn’t progressing as fast as we would like and this can be disheartening.

However, we have seen climate change success stories over the last few years, that have given us hope and the encouragement to continue working to reduce GHG emissions and to fight climate change.

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movmi Academy: Shared Mobility Architecture 101

Have you ever wondered what a Shared Mobility Architect does? Are you planning to launch a new Shared Mobility service and wonder if you should work with a Shared Mobility Architect? Perhaps you’ve considered becoming a Shared Mobility Architect yourself? movmi is about to launch movmi Academy’s first every e-learning course: Shared Mobility Architecture 101.

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IMPROVING USER SAFETY FOR RIDE SHARING APPS

We provide all our users with practical information for the scenarios above, from safely cutting a ride short to de-escalating an angry driver to worst-case scenarios of being taken to an off-grid location. Since space is so constrained in a moving vehicle, none of the solutions we offer are based on physical techniques. Instead, our solutions inform action plans that can be executed easily and immediately.

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