The Open Mobility Foundation will be represented at various panels, workshops, and events throughout the conference. This round-up includes all the opportunities to connect with our community IRL. We hope to see you there!
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Now an official release, CDS 1.0 is a new digital tool that helps cities and companies pilot and scale dynamic curb zones.
This new feature provides a clearer, more scalable solution for operators and cities by utilizing a common digital language. Learn more about how to use Policy Requirements.
The MDS Working Group Steering Committee has announced the creation of task forces to organize the critical work going into MDS 2.0, including adding new modes and improving key APIs.
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.
A note from the OMF’s Executive Director on his new role as the City of Boston’s Chief of Streets under Mayor Michelle Wu.
The OMF’s Privacy, Security, and Transparency Committee has engaged with legal counsel to create detailed guidance on using MDS in the context of GDPR in the European Union.
The 1.2.0 release adds new features that support privacy and digital policy, and improve data quality.
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.