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A Consortium Approach to Transit Data Interoperability

Present societal and government trends, emerging technologies, and new tech-enabled transit businesses suggest that our current transportation system can change dramatically.

WHY IT MATTERS

Today's transportation system is characterized largely be privately owned, individually driven, gas-powered vehicles that sit unused 95 percent of the time, cost over $1 trillion annually, and emit 1 gigaton of emissions each year.

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Interoperable Transit Data: Enabling a Shift to Mobility as a Service, 2015

Broader, better, and more interconnected transit and
transportation data can lay the foundation for a shift away from single-occupancy vehicle trips to convenient and cost-effective mobility as a service.

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Peak Car Ownership: The Market Opportunity of Electric Automated Mobility Services, 2016

Personal vehicles have dominated the U.S. mobility system for nearly 100 years. But a new mobility system may emerge in the next few years that is superior to our existing system in almost every way.

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