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Micromobility Policy Survey

Remix surveyed 17 U.S. cities to explore four key practice areas: enforcement, fees, caps, and data sharing.

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Overview

What are emerging best practices in scooter and bikeshare policies? Remix surveyed 17 U.S. cities to explore four key practice areas: enforcement, fees, caps, and data sharing. This brief outlines findings and recommendations, and showcases how cities are putting policies into action.

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About the Author(s)

Rachel Zack

Director of Policy at Remix

Rachel Zack is the Director of Policy at Remix. Her passion for empowering planners with access to insights for better decision-making stem from her many years of advising on cutting edge transportation problems, such as TNC regulation (Uber and Lyft), road usage pricing, congestion pricing, express lanes, and planning for autonomous vehicles. Before joining Remix, Rachel launched the Innovative Mobility arm of WSP where she led alternative transportation programs around the Bay Area and advised city and state agencies on strategic planning for new mobility. Her work in the field received the Caltrans Excellence in Transportation Award in WTS Innovative Transportation Solutions Award.

Charlie Bailey

Customer Success Manager

Charlie Bailey is a Data Operations Manager at Remix. Charlie comes to Remix with a background in urban planning and transportation and experience working in both local government and in operations at technology companies in the transportation space. At Remix, Charlie has worked on Growth and Customer Success and currently he manages the transit data pipeline for over 300 customers.

Isaac Shapiro

Customer Success Manager

Isaac Shapiro is a Customer Success Manager at Remix. He works with transit agencies across the country, from the Northeast to Oregon. At Remix, Isaac works to train, support, and challenge users to improve their transit systems. Prior to working at Remix, Isaac was a transportation and planning consultant, federal health care policy analyst, summer camp counselor, and intramural softball captain. He also collects transit system maps from all the places he visits (and is very open to trading if the offer is right).