Transit and Micromobility provides an analysis of the full benefits and impacts of micromobility on public transportation systems in transit-rich markets as well as in medium-sized and smaller urban areas. The report, a collaboration of the Shared-Use Mobility Center, Nelson\Nygaard, and Populus, includes case studies and lessons learned from different collaborations among cities, transit agencies, and micromobility companies. This report will provide public transit agencies with a reference on the benefits, impacts, and opportunities of micromobility to transit ridership and the built environment. Transit and Micromobility was developed for public transit systems of all sizes and their stakeholders, including policymakers, transit board members, and elected officials who are seeking better understanding of the micromobility environment and their options. The report will also be useful to DOT officials who regulate and manage micromobility.
The full report is viewable here.