There are lots of reasons cities and municipalities want to collect and share data on mobility, including micro-mobility, and there are lots of reasons providers and residents might balk at that. Balancing the usefulness of data with the value of privacy is a tightrope above a very deep canyon, and it’s a conundrum for city leaders. Through the creation of a standard and a mobility data foundation, Los Angeles has begun successfully walking that rope—read all about it here.
Digital Curb Challenge Takes Off
Four cities—Aspen, Colo.; Omaha, Neb.; Nashville, Tenn.; and West Palm Beach, Fla.—will compete in a new Digital Curb Challenge to pilot smart zones at the curbs. Nine other cities will have a front-row view of the action, which will provide apps to manage delivery vehicle use of curbside space—a growing challenge in many cities. Sponsored by Coord, the curb management competition will help cities determine how to charge fleets for use of smart zones. Read more here.
IPMI Launches 2020 Industry Response & Recovery Benchmark Survey
Check out the IPMI 2020 Industry Response & Recovery Benchmark Survey. IPMI will collect and aggregate data to benchmark and share the effects of, and industry response to, the COVID-19 crisis. Complete the survey before July 30, 2020 to be entered in a raffle to win a free one year membership for your organization. It only takes 10 minutes! All data is confidential.
New Positions Posted Daily in IPMI's Career Center
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