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Shaheen, Susan; Adam Cohen; Jacquelyn Broader; Richard Davis; Les Brown; Radha Neelakantan; and Deepak Gopalakrishna
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Mobility on Demand (MOD) is the US Department of Transportation’s (USDOT) vision for a “seamless mobility and goods delivery ecosystem that is safe, reliable, and equitable for all users.” USDOT aims to achieve this vision by “leveraging innovative technologies and facilitating public-private partnerships.”  

This project developed a practical resource document to inform pilots and demonstrations, integration and research efforts, and policy development for MOD. The resource provided an overview of the field and focused on sharing the current understanding of MOD planning and implementation best practices. The project team utilized multiple methods to identify best practices, including a review of current literature and studies, input from experts from the public sector, private sector, and academia, and from webinars with leaders in this area.

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FHWA-JPO-20-792
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182
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USDOT Federal Highway Administration
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Mobility on Demand Planning and Implementation: Current Practices, Innovations, and Emerging Mobility Futures
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