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.
GBFS is governed by MobilityData, and MDS is managed by the Open Mobility Foundation. While the specifications serve different purposes, they – like our organizations – work closely together.
Join us for a trip down memory lane as we celebrate the contributions, collaboration, and collective great work happening across the OMF community.
After two years of pioneering work, here is what we have to share.
Take the survey to help us prioritize the development of features, allocate resources, and better understand how we can support adoption of new versions of MDS.
In dismissing a recent complaint with prejudice, the court made clear that there is no legal basis to challenge the use of MDS on privacy grounds. Learn more about this legal development, and the Open Mobility Foundation’s work to support and enhance privacy best practices.
One way that cities can take advantage of the flexibility MDS offers is through the MDS Vehicles endpoint, which lets cities know the current status of shared use vehicles in the public right of way.