Media Coverage


Next City “How Cities Can Make Micromobility Accessible to Underserved Communities.”

Oversharing “Which of these e-scooters is parked correctly?”


Better Bikeshare Partnership “Operationalizing Equity in Shared Micromobility.”

Smart Cities Dive “Micromobility equity goals are common, but follow-through is lacking.”

Business News IndexEquity And Exclusion Issues In Cashless Fare Payment Systems For Public Transit.”

Governing “Why Induced Demand is a Hard Sell.”


Governing “Rolling Coal vs. Biking. How Politics has Changed Transportation.”

Talking Headways Podcast. “How Partisanship Influences Transportation Reform.” 

The Hill “Political Partisanship in Transportation Overshadows Strong Overall Support for Reform.”

Next City “What Happens When Cash Fares are Eliminated?”

GoErie “How Technology is Changing Traffic Management and the Future of Commuting.”

CityLab “Can Uber Help Save Public Transit?”


Streetsblog “Study: Uber and Lyft likely aren’t being used much to address Chicago transit deserts.”

Pew Stateline “Curbside Pickup Is a Lifeline for Eateries. How Long Can it Last?”

The New York Times “Los Angeles Rethinks Taxis as Uber and Lyft Dominate the Streets.”

San Francisco Chronicle “Uber’s new policies could encourage discrimination, advocates fear.”

Planetizen “Parking Study: Scooter Scofflaws Far Outnumbered by Car Scofflaws.”

Smart City Dive “2% of scooters are improperly parked: study.”

Cornell Chronicle “Study explores micromobility, improper parking in 5 cities.”

Portland Tribune “My view: Cars bigger hazard than scooters, bikes.”


City Lab “What New Research Shows About Ride-Hail Racism.”

BBC “Garages – the new affordable houses?”

Toronto Star “Could garages in Toronto be converted into rental housing? California has the answer.” 


Next City “Audit Finds That Los Angeles Taxi Drivers Discriminate Against Black Riders.”

CityLab “Lyft is reaching L.A. neighborhoods where taxis wouldn’t.”

Wired “The Good and Bad of Ride-Sharing When it Comes to Race.”

Fortune “Ride-Hailing Apps May Benefit Poor and Minority Communities the Most, Study Suggests.”

Curbed LA “Lyft and Uber serve low-income communities better than taxis, says study.”

USA Today “Blacks face longer wait times on Uber, Lyft than other races – worse for taxis, study says.”

Daily Mail UK “Black passengers in LA 75 percent more likely to have their taxi ride cancelled and face lengthier wait times with Lyft and Uber than whites, claims UCLA.”


Curbed LA “Can the Valley’s Orange Line—the nation’s most successful BRT—get any respect?”

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