The HST Office encourages local mobility management and coordination initiatives and provides links to Reports, Tools & Information Resources and Other State Models below. See also the Transportation Coordination page.
- Report on Mobility Management - AARP Public Policy Institute
Mobility management is defined as "a process of managing a coordinated community-wide transportation service network comprised of the operations and infrastructures of multiple trip providers in partnership with each other."
- Policy Options to Improve Specialized Transportation - AARP Public Policy Institute
This report recommends that policymakers take steps to strengthen coordinated planning, increase support for mobility management, and improve data collection and reporting on these services.
- Strategies to Assist Local Transportation Agencies in Becoming Mobility Managers - TCRP Report #21 (1997)
A collection of operational, technological, information and land use strategies to support mobility management.
Tools & Information Resources
- Mobility Manager Job Descriptions from National Center on Human Service Transportation Coordination
Examples of actual mobility manager job descriptions.
- Victoria Transport Policy Institute
VTPI is an independent research organization with a variety of free resources to help improve transportation planning and policy analysis.
- Managing Community Mobility (National Transit Institute course)
This course will examine creative approaches to resolving fragmented and/or duplicative transportation systems to create a more seamless and cost-efficient network with a customer-focused mindset
Other State Models
I-way, is Idaho's model of local mobility networks and district coordination councils feeding into an integrated mobility system.
The Wisconsin DOT has used funding from several federal and state programs to fund mobility managers throughout state.
This information is provided by EOHHS Human Service Transportation Office.