We believe that shared mobility and tech-enabled innovations can be a critical tool in increasing transportation choices, but only if they are leveraged to serve every community – especially people with disabilities, low-income residents, and communities of color that have all too often been excluded from safe and reliable transportation networks.
Our goal is to see people of all incomes, backgrounds, neighborhoods, and abilities benefiting from new mobility solutions. That’s why we are partnering with local leaders, the private sector, and grassroots organizations to bridge the gap and connect people with shared mobility options to help them get around. Through projects like Oakland Shared Mobility for All, and Just Transit SF (which provides incentives and information to promote transit use in San Francisco), TransForm is working to create new models that promote equity and reduce carbon pollution.
We are also weighing in on state legislation and guidelines to bring the benefits of shared mobility to all corners of California.
- Report: OakMob 101: A Case Study on Expanding Access to Shared Mobility
- Report: A Framework for Equity in New Mobility
- Shared Mobility Jobs & Internships
- Blog post: Oakland Mobility (OakMob) 101: A New Model for Community Engagement in Transportation Planning
- Press Release: Bay Area Bike Advocates Push for More Equitable Bike Share System
- Just Transit SF
- East Bay Bike Share Equity Roadshow – Better Bike Share Partnership
- Ford GoBike home page