Digital Library on Green Mobility


Reimagining the Urban Form

Austin's Community Mobility Hub

Publication Year: 2018

Author(s): Holland B, House H, Rucks G


With support from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, RMI’s Mobility-Oriented Development team has been experimenting at the interface of personal mobility and urban design to develop a practical and scalable approach to reducing emissions, enhancing health, and improving equity in cities. In the summer of 2018, RMI launched a Community Mobility Hub in Austin, Texas. In collaboration with five mobility service companies, a public engagement firm, and a number of community organizations, RMI designed and implemented a neighborhood-based access point for mobility, where public transit and new mobility services are readily available for use. This report details all findings.

Publisher/Organisation: Rocky Mountain Institute (RMI)

Rights: Rocky Mountain Institute (RMI)


Theme: Sustainable transportation | Subtheme: Passenger

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