Weaning people off their dependence on private cars is the focus of a new pledge from around 50 public, private and non-profit organisations.
Announced at this week’s 2022 National Shared Mobility Summit in Chicago, the Shared Mobility Action Agenda seeks by 2030 to make equitable, low-carbon shared mobility "more convenient, more practical, more available, easier to use, and even more accessible and more affordable than driving a car".
The Agenda is due to be released later this summer, but the immediate goal is to continue to grow the number of participating organisations in support of all shared transport options, "from public transportation to ride-hail, from car-sharing to on-demand responsive microtransit, from shared bikes and scooters to paratransit".
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