Disruptive technology, including ridehailing, bikeshare, car share, electric vehicles, on-demand transit and microtransit, and autonomous vehicles, are causing major shifts in the way that mobility is planned and delivered in our cities. The speed of change for new technologies and business models means that public policy, strategy and regulation is increasingly in need of review, modernization and reform.
Through engagement, research and analysis, we are experienced in developing comprehensive evidence bases to understand the impacts, both positive and negative, of these changes to help develop and inform new or existing policies, strategies and regulations.
Our team has experience working on a wide range of disruptive transportation technologies. Our experience with both public and private sector clients provides a deep level of insight into the opportunities and pressures faced, and helps to provide a balanced view to inform and develop policies, strategies and regulations. Our recent work includes reviews of the taxi and ridehailing industries, bikeshare (including dockless), car share, electric vehicle charging infrastructure, on-demand transit and microtransit, and autonomous vehicles.
How we can help you
We work with cities, transportation and transit agencies, universities and private industry to help shape policies, strategies and regulation to respond to fast-changing business models. We can also help businesses and business groups to shape policy and strategy to consider new opportunities and changes to existing services.