We will manage and evaluate data from Uber, Lyft, Zagster bike share, Cascades East Transit, and future mobility service providers. Merging this data with existing datasets, we will assess how our community has responded to these types of services and what implications this has on our future street network capacity and level of service.  

Anticipating future services that will both require and provide a wealth of data, we are seeking support to establish an information and data infrastructure so new services can “plug-and-play.” Approaching data not just as information, but also as infrastructure, will help us build a better platform for managing shared mobility options, integrated fare payment solutions, incentives and subsidies, and access to real-time mobility data.