The physical infrastructure being transformed by today’s technology creates opportunities for smart mobility systems — a revolution in the way people move throughout their communities. As today’s ride-sharing services and car- and bike-sharing programs evolve to achieve greater adoption rates, technological leaps in self-driving cars, advanced parking networks and public transit options mean opportunity to rethink urban infrastructure for the smart cities of tomorrow.
As communities face radical changes in mobility, they must consider autonomous vehicles, interconnected and intelligent road networks, digital interfaces and services, and a competitive landscape marked by tech giants rather than automobile manufacturers.
We help cities use data to support new mobility solutions and seek community input. We help them communicate with residents to strategically define priorities and implement solutions, whether the future demands new bike lanes, electric vehicle charging stations or fewer parking spots in an evolving urban transportation model. We work with private industry to implement the tools and systems that best support and thrive in a sustainable smart city.
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