Micromobility: Revolutionizing Personal Transportation

Micromobility has emerged as a popular and affordable form of transportation in cities across the country, with more than 84 million trips were taken in 2018 alone. Micromobility offers a supplement to existing public transit, has already begun to replace vehicle trips in urban centers, and has even spurred some riders to reduce the number of cars in their households because of its availability.

As more than 100 billion car trips in the United States are for a distance of five miles or less, this issue brief examines micromobility’s emerging role in urban transportation – and its potential to strengthen U.S. energy security.

Read the Issue Brief.