All Lessons for Source

Source: NACTO Policy 2019: Managing Mobility Data

Cities should utilize data from mobility service providers operating on city streets to effectively manage local streets.(04/01/2019)
NACTO guidance emphasizes why cities require data from private vendors operating on city streets to ensure positive safety, equity, and mobility outcomes on streets and places in the public right-of-way.

Cities should collect, store and release geospatial mobility data in accordance with existing policies and practices for personally identifiable information (PII).(04/01/2019)
NACTO guidance emphasizes why cities should treat geospatial mobility data as they treat personally identifiable information (PII).

Cities must be explicit about their intended use related to planning, analysis, oversight, and enforcement when requiring data from private mobility companies. (04/01/2019)
NACTO guidance emphasizes how good data management practice begins with being clear about what questions are being asked and what information is necessary to answer those questions.

Cities should prioritize open data standards and open formats in procurement and development decisions with mobility service providers. (04/01/2019)
NACTO guidance emphasizes why cities should ensure that they can move fluidly between the many services, standards, and formats currently available to gather, manage, and analyze mobility data.