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By embracing shared values and leveraging collaborative tools – from Sourcewell to open-source standards like the Curb Data Specification (CDS) – agencies in OMF’S SMART Collaborative are reshaping curb management and overcoming longstanding challenges in government.
2023 has been transformative, marked by lessons that have shaped our vision for the future, key themes that resonated across our community, and unprecedented collaboration and progress.
A coalition of four shared micromobility companies — Bird, Lime, Spin, and Superpedestrian — released 10 best practices for regulating shared micromobility in North America. Among them, the use of MDS was emphasized. Learn more about the best practices and how open source data standards support the future of micromobility
This guide includes all the upcoming opportunities to connect with the OMF community at conferences and events in 2023. We hope to see you soon!
Slated for official release in May 2023, MDS 2.0 represents a significant advancement in OMF’s mission to transform mobility in the digital age. As the release candidate makes its way through OMF’s governance process, learn more about what to expect from this new version.
MDS 2.0 will accommodate new use cases around delivery robots, car sharing, taxis, and more. Learn more about this work and how to weigh in on key decisions.
This guide includes all the opportunities to connect with the OMF community at CoMotion LA ‘22. We hope to see you there!
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.
Now an official release, CDS 1.0 is a new digital tool that helps cities and companies pilot and scale dynamic curb zones.