Transportation News

“As Cities Embrace New Modes of Transit, Gaps in Accessibility Remain”

Personal alternatives for travel have sprung up, from bikeshare programs to fleets of electric scooters. Grouped under the broad heading of “micromobility,” these new modes are fundamentally reshaping how people get where they need to go. Despite billions of dollars in investment and an unprecedented adoption rate, however, the micromobility revolution in the U.S. largely misses a whole group of consumers: persons with mobility disabilities.