NACTO's City Data Sharing Principles

With the increased amount of information cities will be receiving through the new Uber Movement Data (an online database that was recently released to help cities access anonymous transit-demand and trip-related data), NACTO has issued a City Data Sharing Principles policy to help identify the type of data that will most benefit transportation planning. With so many ride-sharing companies that have access to similar information, it will be interesting to see how new releases of transportation data will be utilized by public agencies for future transportation planning.

Amber Hawkes

Los Angeles, CA