The Scooter Data Opportunity: Cities Can Shape Their Future If They Act Now

With new shared mobility, like dockless scooters, comes an incredible opportunity to realign policies governing public space, capitalize on available data, and put cities back in charge of how streets are used.

Jascha Franklin-Hodge

Former Chief Information Officer, City of Boston

How Remix Keeps Mobility Data Secure

Remix works closely with cities to protect this mobility data and individual privacy.

Remix

How Remix Uses Data to Help Cities Manage Mobility

At Remix, we’ve done a great deal of thinking about reasonable limitations on the use of private mobility data that also ensures cities are adequately empowered to do their jobs.

Tom Mercer

VP Product

A Practical City Guide to Mobility Data Licensing

As cities regulate and license new mobility services, access to anonymized data is a key tool to manage public space, create a safe and equitable transportation system, and to ensure accountability for private companies operating on public streets.

Jascha Franklin-Hodge

Former Chief Information Officer, City of Boston

An Updated Practical City Guide to Mobility Data Licensing

Several months ago our advisor, Jascha Franklin-Hodge, wrote a first draft of a Practical City Guide to Mobility Data Licensing for Remix.

Tiffany Chu

Co-founder & CEO

Rachel Zack

Policy Strategist