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When implementing congestion pricing, considerations must be made for the impact dynamic tolling will have on travel choice and behavior among a specific region and/or corridor’s travelers.(04/17/2014)

Measure twice, cut once: Lessons learned from Sweden's Mobility as a Service pilot.(01/27/2020)

Agencies planning to acquire crowdsourced data to support real-time traveler information systems should clearly specify temporal and spatial coverage and sample size requirements since proprietary products will likely have limited transparency.(01/01/2019)

Nationwide survey shows agencies planning to upgrade legacy data-management systems should invest in IT infrastructure and upgrade staff skills to handle large crowdsource data sets.(01/01/2019)

In order to address federal, state, and local open records laws, agencies recommend specifying a data-sharing plan when acquiring crowdsource data.(01/01/2019)

Small-scale study suggests that TNCs are particularly effective mobility solutions for short-term business trips.(06/04/2018)

Researchers highlight advantages of using free crowdsourced data apps in lieu of creating custom software.(01/01/2018)

A Smart City must address real-world challenges, not just deploy technology. (01/03/2017)

Understand consumer needs and requirements and create a low-risk trial environment in the development of Mobility as a Service applications.(10/11/2016)

Future ICM systems will require new technical skill sets. Involve management across multiple levels to help agencies understand each other’s needs, capabilities, and priorities.(06/30/2015)

A modeling effort shows intelligent trip planners can optimize multi-modal travel and reduce congestion-induced delay by 14 to 20 percent.(01/27/2019)

A modeling effort shows intelligent trip planners can optimize multi-modal travel and reduce peak period transportation related energy consumption by four percent.(01/27/2019)

Users of a Vancouver integrated mobility application saved an average 52 percent of CO2 emissions compared to equivalent private vehicle trips when using the app.(09/26/2018)

Low Emissions Zones concept can potentially reduce emissions by 15-18 percent.(January 2015)

A typical signal timing project in Portland saves over 300 metric tons of CO2 annually per retimed traffic signal.(09/01/2013)

An adaptive signal timing system in Gresham, Oregon reduced average travel times by 10 percent.(09/01/2013)

Transit signal priority in the Portland metro area can reduce transit delay by 30 to 40 percent and improve travel times 2 to 16 percent.(09/01/2013)

Full deployment of mobility applications may be capable of eliminating more than 1/3rd of the travel delay that is caused by congestion.(12/10/12)

Small-scale study suggests that TNCs are particularly effective mobility solutions for short-term business trips.(06/04/2018)

Small-scale study suggests that TNCs are particularly effective mobility solutions for short-term business trips.(06/04/2018)

Between 9 and 10 percent of survey respondents reported giving up a vehicle after joining ride-hailing.(April 2018)

Ride-hailing serves as a complementary mode for commuter rail services with a three percent net increase in use. (10/1/17)

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