The number of cities in the US using mobility data to determine strategic objectives has roughly doubled in the past six years, reaching a 75% usage. By making decisions based on available data, cities can steadily enhance urban life.
In the last six years, the number of cities adopting data sharing systems has tripled, from 18% to 67%. More than half of the municipal authorities in a sample of 44 cities made data-driven decisions to embrace a new approach to local governance.
The modern city welcomes a wide range of mobility data options, including sophisticated traffic data, parking usage monitoring, EV charging points and the distribution of micro-mobility contracts.
There is a growing recognition that data literacy and practices are essential for efficient urban management.