MDS 2.0 is now official! This update meets new use cases around taxis, ridehail services, and robotaxis.
Thanks to this grant, cities across the United States will have the funding needed to build data and technology capacity – a critical part of creating safer, more equitable, and environmentally sustainable transportation systems.
Already more than two dozen cities and companies are adopting the Curb Data Specification (CDS) to pilot and scale dynamic curb loading zones. Learn more about who is using CDS and common use cases.
If your agency is considering SMART grant projects around mobility or curb management, check out these resources related to MDS, CDS, and learn more about working with the Open Mobility Foundation.
This comprehensive guide outlines how the OMF and APDS work together and answers frequently asked questions about the major data specifications that we steward.
Now an official release, CDS 1.0 is a new digital tool that helps cities and companies pilot and scale dynamic curb zones.
Over the past year, stakeholders from across the transportation ecosystem participated in the development of CDS — a new digital tool that helps cities and companies pilot and scale dynamic curb zones. Today, the Open Mobility Foundation is proud to share the CDS 1.0 release candidate.