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MobilityData Joins the Open Mobility Foundation as an Advisor

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.

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What it Means to Co-Create: How MDS is Developed as an Open Standard

How the Mobility Data Specification evolves to incorporate the best Read more

How to Get Involved in the Open Mobility Foundation

As an open-source organization, the Open Mobility Foundation welcomes various types of participation and contribution. Not sure where to start? This is your guide to getting involved.

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What’s Next for MDS? Previewing Upcoming Versions

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What’s Next for MDS? Previewing Upcoming Versions

Learn more about what the OMF, our members, and community of contributors has been up to lately.

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What’s Possible with MDS?

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A Kit of Parts: How to Use MDS Vehicles

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Building Open Source Standards: How to Make a Strong New Feature Proposal

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Why Upgrade to the Newest Versions of MDS? A Guide for Cities & Companies

A quick guide for cities and companies on when and why to upgrade to new versions of the Mobility Data Specification (MDS).

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Announcing the MDS 1.1.0 Release Candidate

The 1.1.0 release adds new top level APIs, privacy options, Read more

State of MDS Survey Results

In addition to insights about the use of different versions, Read more

Building Open Source Standards: How to Make a Strong New Feature Proposal

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A Kit of Parts: How to Use MDS Vehicles

A Kit of Parts: How to Use MDS Vehicles

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.

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Announcing the MDS 1.1.0 Release Candidate

Announcing the MDS 1.1.0 Release Candidate

The 1.1.0 release adds new top level APIs, privacy options, and transparency features to the Mobility Data Specification (MDS) as part of an effort to support requested use cases and take new steps in data privacy.

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Introducing the MDS Privacy Guide for Cities

Introducing the MDS Privacy Guide for Cities

Building on the best practices and policies of cities using MDS, the Privacy Guide for Cities offers a starting point to develop appropriate standards, make policy decisions, and implement new mobility programs with data privacy and security well-protected.

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A Kit of Parts: How to Use MDS Vehicles

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.

read more

Introducing the MDS Privacy Guide for Cities

Building on the best practices and policies of cities using MDS, the Privacy Guide for Cities offers a starting point to develop appropriate standards, make policy decisions, and implement new mobility programs with data privacy and security well-protected.

read more

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