State and Local Policy Database

Mode Shift

To improve overall efficiency of a transportation system, policies may be implemented that discourage frequent driving and encourage a switch from driving to other modes of transportation. Energy-efficient transportation is inherently tied to the integration of transportation and land use policies, and an approach to planning that successfully addresses land use and transportation considerations simultaneously is critical to overall reduction in vehicle miles traveled. This can be achieved through the use of transportation demand management programs, vehicle sharing efforts, and, more holistically, by ensuring that land use and transportation planning are properly integrated.

This sub-category includes information on four topics: Integration of transportation and land use planning through the formal adoption of a vehicle miles travelled reduction target, modal share target or other similar goal, and an implementation plan to achieve the target; Car sharing programs serving the community (operational or under-development); Bicycle sharing programs serving the community (operational or under-development); Transportation demand management programs serving the community and the role of the local government in their implementation or promotion.

Mode Shift Target

The City of Akron does not have a codified mode share target . 

Progress Toward Mode Shift Targets

No data or the city is not pursuing. 

Complete Streets

Ordinance  No. 156-2017.

Car Sharing

No data or the city is not pursuing. 

Bike Sharing

Summit Bike Share is Summit County’s free bicycle share system, with 40 bikes available at nine stations across Summit County. Three of the stations are located in downtown Akron.

Last Updated: March 2020

Mode Shift Targets

The City has a transit mode share goal of an aggregate of 20% of trips to be taken on priority corridors by transit by 2040.

Progress Achieved Toward Mode Shift Targets

Transit Mode share in the region changed slightly, from 1.36% in 2012 to 1.28% in 2014. On Albuquerque’s primary transit corridor, Central Ave., transit mode share increased from 12.8% in 2012 to 12.9% in 2014. In downtown Albuquerque, transit mode share exceeds 30%.

Complete Streets

Albuquerque adopted its complete streets policy in 2015 through Ordinance O-14-27. The adoption of the policy includes requirements to improve roadways to better facilitate bicycle traffic and freight mobility.

Car Sharing

The City does not currently have a formal policy in place to provide dedicated on-street and off-street parking for carshare vehicles. However, there is a proposal to add a provision to the IDO that would give a parking credit for dedicated off-street carshare spaces (proposal that 1 carshare space would count for 4 required parking spaces, which is consistent with a similar credit for carpool spaces).

Bike Sharing

Currently, the City has one bikeshare provider, Pace, which is publicly funded through the Mid-region Metropolitan Planning Organization (MRMPO) using federal grant funding. Because the program is publicly funded, there is no charge for the permits for station in the public right-of-way or on public property. The Pace system is a hybrid docked/dockless system, which encourages use of bikeshare because users are not required to locate a docking station when they use a bike. In partnership with the Mid-Region Council of Governments (MRCOG), 50 PACE bike share stations are located in the City, with a total of 250 bicycles, which are docked.

Last Updated: March 2020

Mode Shift Target 

The City of Allentown does not have a codified mode share target.

Progress Toward Mode Shift Target

No data or the city is not pursuing. 

Complete Streets

No policy found. 

Car Sharing

No data or the city is not pursuing. 

Bike Sharing

The city does not have its own bikeshare program, but Muhlenberg College has a 12 bike bikeshare. The college's bikeshare system has two stations, one located on campus and the other located at the Allentown Parking Authority building in downtown Allentown. 

Last Updated: March 2020

 

Modal Share Targets

Arlington's Master Transportation Plan incorporates bycicle and pedestrian modal shift targets. 

Car and Bicycle Sharing

There are three car sharing programs currently available to the residents and visitors of Arlington, zipcar, Car2go, and Hertz OnDemand. The city is served by a bikesharing program, capital bikeshare, with 300 operable stations in the Washington-Arlington Area.

Complete Streets

Alrington County has a Complete Street Policy in place, however their National Complete Streets Coalition score is unknown. 

Last updated: May 2017

Mode Shift Targets

Atlanta's transportation plan has a target of increase biking, walking, transit, and shared rides from a 17% share in 2018 to 35% by 2035. The plans mode shift goal also states a wish to reduce the 54% SOV trip rate of 2018 to 35% or less by 2035. Note that these current and future mode shares represent ALL trips taken, not just work commutes, which are much more skewed toward SOV trips (69% of commutes originating in the City).

Progress Achieved Toward Mode Shift Targets

The City has baseline data only, based on Atlanta Regional Commissions’ last household travel survey in 2011/2012. The updated transportation plan, adopted at the end of 2018, has established our formal mode share targets.

Complete Streets

Atlanta has adopted a complete streets policy but has not received an NCSC score.

Car Sharing

There are two car sharing programs currently available to the residents and visitors of Atlanta, zipcar and Enterprise CarShare. At this time, the City does not have a formal policy in place to provide dedicated on-street and off-street parking for carshare vehicles.

Bike Sharing

Relay Bike Share is the City of Atlanta’s bike share operator. With 500 “smart bikes” and over 70 stations across the city, Relay seeks to be a healthy and enjoyable transportation solution.

Last Updated: March 2020

Mode Shift Target 

The City of Augusta does not have a codified mode share target.

Progress Toward Mode Shift Target

No data or the city is not pursuing. 

Complete Streets

No policy found. 

Car Sharing

No data or the city is not pursuing. 

Bike Sharing

The City of Augusta does not have its own bikeshare program. 

Last Updated: March 2020

Mode Shift Targets

At this time, the City does not have a codified mode share target for trips within the city. 

 

Progress Achieved Toward Mode Shift Targets

No progress has been achieved, as there are no targets in place.

Complete Streets

At this time, the City of Aurora does not have a complete streets policy.

Car Sharing

The city's updated 2018 Comprehensive Plan, Aurora Places, identifies locations throughout the city for mobility hubs. At these mobility hubs, developers are required to provide a combination of transit accomodations, on-street or off-street carshare parking, public EV charging stations, and secure long-term bicycle storage. In the Unified Development Ordinance (i.e. zoning code), developers can reduce the number of required off-street parking spaces for residential and commercial users by 10 percent when developing any property within a point-to-point care or bicycle share service area.

 

Bike Sharing

The city previously had two bike share operators within the city.  Lime Bike had a permit allowing 2,000+ bikes to be deployed, Ofo had a permit allowing 501 to 1000 bikes to be deployed.  The operators both left the city in August 2018 (Ofo global business collapsed, Lime chose to focus their operations on the Denver market).  We currently are accepting applications for dockless mobility companies, and know of one company preparing to submit an application, but the city is not served by a bikeshare at this time. 

Last Updated: March 2020

Mode Shift Targets

The Austin Strategic Mobility Plan has a 50/50 mode split target with 50% SOV and 50% all other modes by 2039.  See page 9. To promote a modal shift in transportation, Austin has set goal to reduce drive alone trips by 10% and increase commuter bicycle mode to 15% by the year 2020. 

The main goal of the newly adopted Strategic Mobility Plan is to reach a '50/50' commute mode split as measured by the American Census Survey where 50% of citizens commute to work in single occupancy vehicles and 50% use other modes to commute (target year of 2039).  Currently this split is 74/26 where 74% of commuters drive alone to work.

Progress Achieved Toward Mode Shift Targets

Austin measures progress through the ACS survey showing the commute mode split in Austin.  The target was adopted in 2019 so progress has not yet been measured, but the intent is to measure progress on an anual basis using ACS data.

Complete Streets

Austin adopted its complete streets policy in 2002, through Resolution No. 020418-40. The adoption of the policy requires the inclusion of pedestrian and bike lanes during construction and reconstruction of city streets, if they add less than 20% more paved surface area.

Car Sharing

There are two car sharing programs currently available to the residents and visitors of Austin, Car2go, and zipcar. The City of Austin has partnered with both to provide convenient, on street parking for customers. Both Car2Go and Zipcar have designated spaces in Downtown Austin (marked by posted signs). Additionally, Car2Go vehicles may park at City of Austin metered spaces for free. Car share vehicles are still subject to most posted signs and are not allowed to park in no-parking zones, fire zones, commercial zones, and other similar areas.

Bike Sharing

The city is served by a bike sharing program, Austin B-cycle, with over 70 operable stations and 500 bikes. Austin also has 2,000 JUMP e-bikes and 50 VeoRIDE bicycles. 

Last Updated: March 2020 

Mode Shift Targets

At this time, the City does not have a codified mode share target for trips within the city.

Progress Achieved Toward Mode Shift Targets

No progress has been achieved, as there are no targets in place.

Complete Streets

At this time, the City of Bakersfield does not have a complete streets policy.

Car Sharing

At this time, the City does not have a formal policy in place to provide dedicated on-street and off-street parking for carshare vehicles.

Bike Sharing

We could not determine if the City is served by a bike share system.

Last Updated: March 2020

Mode Shift Targets

At this time, the City does not have a codified mode share target for trips within the city.

Progress Achieved Toward Mode Shift Targets

No progress has been achieved, as there are no targets in place.

Complete Streets

Baltimore adopted its complete streets policy in 2010, Council Bill 09-0433. The adoption of the guidelines encourages the inclusion of complete streets principles in all new road construction projects.

Car Sharing

There is one car sharing program currently available to the residents and visitors of Baltimore, zipcar. The City has had dedicated on-street and City-owned off-street parking spaces for carsharing since 2010. It allows up to 250 such parking spaces to be available for that use. Currently 57 spaces are dedicated to on-street and 2 spaces for off-street carsharing. There is a Request for Qualifications and Interest (RFQI) being solicited by the City presently. It is intended that more than one carsharing service will be available as a result of this RFQI. Only one carsharing serve is available on-street and in City-owned facilities today.

Bike Sharing

Following the Dockless Vehicle Pilot, the passing of Council Bill 19-0324, and public comment period on Rules & Regulations, the Baltimore City Department of Transportation (BCDOT) launched an annual permit for Dockless Vehicles, with the first annual permit lasting from August 1, 2019 - July 31, 2020.  Through a competitive application process, four companies received permits for the first year: Bolt, Jump, Lime, and Spin.  Companies have both a minimum (150) and maximum (1000) fleet size. To encourage more vehicle types, bicycles and adaptive vehicles do not count toward the fleet maximum.

Last Updated: March 2020

Mode Shift Target 

The City of Baton Rouge does not have a codified mode share target.

Progress Toward Mode Shift Target

No data or the city is not pursuing. 

Complete Streets

Resolution No. 51196

Car Sharing

No data or the city is not pursuing. 

Bike Sharing

Baton Rouge's bike share program officially launched in July of 2019 with 500 electric pedal-assist Gotcha bikes available at 50 mobility hubs throughout the capital city.

Last Updated: March 2020

Mode Shift Targets

At this time, the City does not have a codified mode share target for trips within the city.

Progress Achieved Toward Mode Shift Targets

No progress has been achieved, as there are no targets in place.

Complete Streets

Birmingham adopted its complete streets policy in 2011 through Resolution 2011. The adoption of the guidelines encourages the inclusion of complete streets principles in all new neighborhoods.

Car Sharing

At this time, the City does not have a formal policy in place to provide dedicated on-street and off-street parking for carshare vehicles.

Bike Sharing

Zyp BikeShare is a network of 40 stations and hundreds of bikes deployed in Birmingham in October 2015. Residents and visitors can access the system 24-hours a day, 365 days a year. The city has 189.83 bikes per 100,000 people.

Last Updated: March 2020

Mode Shift Target 

Not at this time, however this is currently being discussed with the citywide initiative of “Keep Boise Moving”.

Progress Toward Mode Shift Target

No data or the city is not pursuing. 

Complete Streets

No policy found. 

Car Sharing

There is no formal policy dedicated to increasing on- and off-street parking for car share vehicles, but the City's Transportation Action Plan identifies incentives as a means to create dedicated parking. 

Bike Sharing

The city is served by the Boise GreenBike program. The program’s fleet currently consists of 127 bikes. 

Last Updated: March 2020

Mode Shift Targets

Go Boston 2030, Boston’s long-term transportation plan, set aspirational mode shift targets:

  • Increase public transit by a third from 34%
  • Increase walking by almost a half from 14%
  • Increase biking fourfold from 2%
  • Decrease carpooling marginally from 6%
  • Decrease drive alone by half from 39%
  • Increase work from home slightly from 5%

Progress Achieved Toward Mode Shift Targets

According to the 2017 1-yr American Community Survey, drive alone travel has decreased by 1.2%, carpool has increased by 0.4%, and public transportation has increased by 1.1%.

Complete Streets

Boston adopted its Complete Streets Guidelines in 2009. The adoption of the guidelines encourages the inclusion of complete streets principles in all road construction and maintenance projects.

Car Sharing

There are two car sharing programs currently available to the residents and visitors of Boston, Enterprise Carshare, and zipcar. DriveBoston is the City’s program to provide parking spaces in municipal lots and on City streets for carshare vehicles. In the pilot phase of the program, 80 spaces have been be distributed throughout the City. The pilot phase began in the fall of 2015 for a period of 18 months. During this phase, there were 49 spaces in municipal lots and 31 spaces reserved curbside. During the 18-month initial pilot phase more than 1 million miles were traveled by DriveBoston vehicles. 

Car share in Boston was launched as a pilot program in 2015 under the name DriveBoston. DriveBostonis a partnership between car share operators and the City, where the City issues licenses to car share operators to locate shared vehicles on municipal lots and City owned on-street spaces. During the pilot phase the program included 80 parking spaces divided between Zipcar and Enterprise Car Share. Enterprise Car Share went out of business one year into the pilot leaving Zipcar to operate 40 spaces for the remaining three years. Following a successful pilot where the program had more than one million miles traveled in 18 months, and utilization rates as high as 50% in some locations, the program was expanded in 2019 to 205 spaces, 64 spaces in Municipal Lots and 141 on-street. The City collects license fees of $3,500 per space per year in the Downtown and Seaport areas, and $2,700 per space per year in all other areas. DriveBoston helps meet the City's goal outlined in Go Boston 2030 of ensuring that 'Every home in Boston will be within a 10 minute walk of a rail station or key bus routestop, Hubway station, and carshare.

Bike Sharing

The City of Boston and four neighboring municipalities jointly own and manage Blue Bikes, a docked bike share with 325 stations and 3000 bikes. In the last two years, the City of Boston has purchased an addtional 100 stations and 1700 bikes. In total, the City has deployed 220 stations and 2300 bikes. Several more stations are awaiting final permitting.

Last Updated: March 2020

Transportation and Land Use Planning

To improve integration of transportation and land use planning, Boulder’s Transportation Master Plan has the codified goal of holding the VMT steady at 1994 levels. Boulder is on track through various programs to achieve this goal.

Car and Bicycle Sharing

There is a car sharing programs currently available to the residents and visitors of Boulder, eGO carshare. The city is served by a bikesharing program, Boulder B-cycle.

Transportation Demand Management Programs

To reduce the frequency of single-occupancy trips, Boulder offers The Eco Pass, a discounted annual bus pass purchased by employers and universities for all full-time employees and students, with an option to include part-time employees. GO Boulder’s Transportation Demand Management (TDM) program offers customized Commute Trip Reduction programs for any Boulder business seeking to reduce vehicle trips by their employees. Way to GO is a regional ridematching program that helps employers, employees, residents, and parents form carpools, vanpools, and school pools

Last Updated: October 2015

Mode Shift Targets

The City aims to shift 10,000 vehicle miles of work-related travel per year from roadway to train and shift 1,888,000 vehicle miles of work-related travel per year from roadway to bus. Additionally, the City wants to shift in-city work trips from automobile travel to walk or bike trips under one mile.

Progress Achieved Toward Mode Shift Targets

We could not determine if the City is on track to meet its goals.

Complete Streets

At this time, the City of Bridgeport does not have a complete streets policy.

Car Sharing

At this time, the City does not have a formal policy in place to provide dedicated on-street and off-street parking for carshare vehicles.

Bike Sharing

The City is not yet served by a bike share system.

Last Updated: March 2020

Mode Shift Targets

The Bicycle Facilities Master Plan sets the following mode share goal for cyclists:

  • 2017 – 3.2%
  • 2021 – 6%
  • 2025 – 10%

Progress Achieved Toward Mode Shift Targets

The City is currently not on track to meet its goals.

Complete Streets

Buffalo adopted its complete streets policy in 2008. This policy requires pedestrian and bicycle facilities to be included in all new street construction, reconstruction, maintenance, public works, and park projects.

Car Sharing

At this time, the City does not have a formal policy in place to provide dedicated on-street and off-street parking for carshare vehicles.

Bike Sharing

Buffalo is served by Reddy Bikeshare, a partnership between Independent Health and Shared Mobility, Inc., to increase use of alternative modes of transportation and recreation opportunities to promote healthy living and community well-being. The network provides about 200 bicycles for use seasonally throughout Buffalo, available from approximately April to November. The program functions through about 4 dozen docking stations with 2-15 racks per station.

A dockless bikeshare will also be made available by Canalside by Blue Cross Blue Shield of Western New York in the summer months. The program currently has 40 bikes.

Last Updated: March 2020

Transportation and Land Use Planning

To improve integration of transportation and land use planning, Burlington has the goal to reduce community-wide VMT by 10% per capita by 2025 as part of its' Climate Action Plan. This goal is codified in city law, but implementation has not yet begun.

Car and Bicycle Sharing

There is a car sharing programs currently available to the residents and visitors of Burlington, Carshare Vermont. The city is served by a bikesharing program, UVM bikeshare.

Transportation Demand Management Programs

To reduce the frequency of single-occupancy trips, the Burlington Sustainability Action Team developed a commute reduction program that hopes to include incentives for staff to use alternative modes of transportation, car and ride sharing programs, as well as flexible work schedules. The team has begun discussion with Campus Area Transportation Management Agency and CarShare VT to find ways to partner in this effort. The Way to Go! Commuter Challenge encourages Vermonters to try smarter ways to travel in their commutes, like carpooling, biking, and public transportation.

Last updated: October 2015

Mode Shift Target 

The City of Cape Coral does not have a codified mode share target.

Progress Toward Mode Shift Target

No data or the city is not pursuing. 

Complete Streets

Resolution 124-15

Car Sharing

No data or the city is not pursuing. 

Bike Sharing

The City of Cape Coral does not have its own bikeshare program. 

Last Updated: March 2020

Transportation and Land Use Planning

Carrboro has not yet written or implemented a policy to encourage improved integration of transportation and land use planning such as a VMT reduction or mode share target.

Car and Bicycle Sharing

Carrboro is evaluating the possibility of a car sharing program for the town.  A bike sharing service is not available to the citizens of Carrboro.

Transportation Demand Management Programs

Carrboro has not yet implemented any transportation demand management programs to reduce the number of single occupancy vehicle trips or trips during rush hour.

Last updated: April 2014

Mode Shift Target 

The City of Charleston does not have a codified mode share target.

Progress Toward Mode Shift Target

No data or the city is not pursuing. 

Complete Streets

No policy found. 

Car Sharing

No data or the city is not pursuing. 

Bike Sharing

Charleston's Holy Spokes bikeshare has 250 bikes available to residents and visitors.

Last Updated: March 2020

Mode Shift Targets

At this time, the City does not have a codified mode share target for trips within the city.

Progress Achieved Toward Mode Shift Targets

No progress has been achieved, as there are no targets in place.

Complete Streets

Charlotte has not yet written or codified a Complete Streets Policy.

Car Sharing

At this time, the City does not have a formal policy in place to provide dedicated on-street and off-street parking for carshare vehicles.

Bike Sharing

Charlotte is served by a bike sharing program, Charlotte B-cycle. Charlotte has established a minimum fleet size of 200 dockless bikes and maximum fleet size of 500 dockless bikes per company.​

Last Updated: March 2020

Transportation and Land Use Planning

Charlottesville has not yet identified a specific VMT or mode share target, but work is being done on a variety of front to reduce VMTs including through improvements in pedestrian and bicycle infrastructure, public bicycle education classes (for riding around town), and efforts to increase transit ridership. The Transportation Chapter of the city’s Comprehensive Plan 2013 details these actions.

Car and Bicycle Sharing

There is one car sharing program currently available to the residents and visitors of Charlottesville, zipcar. In 2015, Charlottesville adopted a Bicycle Pedestrian plan update which sets in place goals to establish and achieve mode targets. 

Transportation Demand Management Programs

Working with other organizations, Charlottesville supports Rideshare options in the community. Also, the municipal government offers telecommuting and flexible work schedules to employees with department discretion and also provides free public transit access to employees.

Last updated: October 2015

Mode Shift Targets

Chicago has not yet developed targets to promote a modal shift in transportation. However, Chicago's Sustainable Chicago 2015 Action Agenda includes a variety of approaches to reduce VMT with the city. These include making Chicago the most bike and pedestrian friendly city in the country by adding up to 100 miles of new bicycle lanes, introducing bicycle sharing, and developing a pedestrian master plan.

Progress Achieved Toward Mode Shift Targets

No progress has been achieved, as there are no targets in place.

Complete Streets

Chicago adopted its complete streets policy in 2006, Safe Streets for Chicago. The adoption of the policy encourages the inclusion of complete streets principles in all road construction and maintenance projects, ensuring safety for all in the public right-of-way.

Car Sharing

There are two car sharing programs currently available to the residents and visitors of Chicago, zipcar and Enterprise Carshare. Additionally, the city operates an internal car share program for city employees that utilize city-owned vehicles for work related transportation. The City does not yet have a formal policy in place to provide dedicated on-street and off-street parking for carshare vehicles.

Bike Sharing

The city is served by a bike sharing program, Divvy, with 500 operable stations and 5,800 bikes. The City also just completed a dockless bike share pilot in summer 2018 and is looking to incorporate dockless bikes into the Divvy system as it expands to reach citywide operation by the end of 2020. The City has a variety of opportunities that are supportive of bikeshare. The City’s Sustainable Development Policy includes purchase of a Divvy station as one option for obtaining credit for any project that includes City dollars, a zoning change, or other special approvals. Additionally, the City promotes bikeshare around TOD projects through multiple sections of the city code.

Last Updated: March 2020

Mode Shift Targets

At this time, the City does not have a codified mode share target for trips within the city. As a part of the city's CAP the city set a goal to increase alternative modes of commute 7% by 2020. The city's VMT goal can be found in Appendix A of the city's CAP. 

Progress Achieved Toward Mode Shift Targets

No progress has been achieved, as there are no targets in place.

Complete Streets

Chula Vista has not yet written or codified a Complete Streets Policy.

Car Sharing

The City does not yet have a formal policy in place to provide dedicated on-street and off-street parking for carshare vehicles.

Bike Sharing

Dockless bikes and scooters are present in the City, but the program has not officially kicked off. It is expected to officially kick off in early 2019. 

Last Updated: March 2020

Mode Shift Targets

At this time, the City does not have a codified mode share target for trips within the city.

Progress Achieved Toward Mode Shift Targets

No progress has been achieved, as there are no targets in place.

Complete Streets

Cincinnati has not yet written or codified a Complete Streets Policy.

Car Sharing

ZipCar is currently available to the residents and visitors of Cincinnati. Cincinnati has 12 Zip cars operating within the City, some of which have dedicated on-street parking.

Bike Sharing

Cincinnati implemented Red Bike in 2014 and currently has 442 bikes and 57 locations. Cincinnati Redbike recently added 100 e assist bikes to aid users in going up hills. 

Last Updated: March 2020

Mode Shift Targets

Cleveland has set a goal to reduce vehicle miles traveled and the share of vehicles on the road whose only occupant is the driver from 70% to 65% by 2020 and to 55% by 2030.

Progress Achieved Toward Mode Shift Targets

The City is currently not on track to meet its goals.

Complete Streets

Cleveland passed its Complete and Green Streets Ordinance (#798-11) in 2011. 

Car Sharing

The City of Cleveland is currently serviced by zipcar and Enterprise Carshare. Currently, the City does not have a formal policy in place to provide dedicated on-street and off-street parking for carshare vehicles.

Bike Sharing

The City launched the UHBikes bike share program in 2016, which services downtown and the University Circle. There are currently 250 bikes at 29 stations.

Last Updated: May 2019

Mode Shift Target 

No data or city is not pursuing 

Progress Toward Mode Shift Target

No progress has been achieved, as there are no targets in place.

Complete Streets

No Policy Found 

Car Sharing

No data or the city is not pursuing. 

Bike Sharing

PikeRide is Colorado Springs bikeshare partner. It has over 208 smart bikes that residents and visitors can rent per hour, day, month or year.

Last Updated: March 2020

Mode Shift Target 

No data or city is not pursuing 

Progress Toward Mode Shift Target

No progress has been achieved, as there are no targets in place.

Complete Streets

Resolution No.  R2010-054

Car Sharing

No data or the city is not pursuing. 

Bike Sharing

In 2018 the City's bikeshare program, Blue Bike, launched. Initially, there are plans to have 135 bicycles in the city, 50 of which will be pedelec bicycles. City officials in the planning and development department say phase two will consist of 10 additional stations and 90 additional bicycles. The service also has a planned expansion in the near future. 

Last Updated: March 2020

Mode Shift Targets

At this time, the City does not have a codified mode share target for trips within the city.

Progress Achieved Toward Mode Shift Targets

No progress has been achieved, as there are no targets in place.

Complete Streets

Columbus adopted its complete streets policy in 2008, through Ordinance No. 1987-2008. The adoption of the policy encourages the inclusion of complete streets principles in all road construction and maintenance projects.

Car Sharing

The City of Columbus utilizes Car2go for its car-sharing program and currently has over 25,000 registered users. The City has rules and regulations that allow for dedicated, on-street car share spaces.

Bike Sharing

Columbus is served by a bike-sharing program, CoGo with over 72 operational stations and 600 bikes. Electric bikes are expected to be integrated into the CoGo system in 2019.

Last Updated: May 2019

Mode Shift Targets

At this time, the City does not have a codified mode share target for trips within the city.

Progress Achieved Toward Mode Shift Targets

No progress has been achieved, as there are no targets in place at this time.  Once targets are established, tracking programs will be implemented.

Complete Streets

Dallas adopted its complete streets policy in 2011 and has since updated it with its Complete Streets Design Manual. The Complete Streets Initiative encourages the inclusion of complete streets principles in all road construction and maintenance projects.

Car Sharing

The City of Dallas is served by Oak Cliff Car Share zipcar and Enterprise CarShare. Currently, the City does not have a formal policy in place to provide dedicated on-street and off-street parking for carshare vehicles. That said, with an observed local increase in car sharing, the City is working on developing formal policy related to parking dedicated towards car share.  These efforts are coordinated between the Connect Dallas Strategic Mobility Plan and the CECAP.  Both plans are in development, with anticipated completion and adoption by the Citty Council in Spring 2020.

Bike Sharing

There is a bike sharing program called Fair Park Bike Share but with very limited service. The City of Dallas is currently served by four private undocked system operators (Bird, Lime, VBikes, and Razor) that provide bicycles and scooters. The number of dockless bikes peaked at approximately 18,000 with five companies operating.  However, today there are no dockless bicycles in the city; the City of Dallas is currently served by four private undocked system operators (Bird, Lime, VBikes, and Razor) that provide scooters.

Last Updated: March 2020

Mode Shift Target 

No data or city is not pursuing 

Progress Toward Mode Shift Target

No progress has been achieved, as there are no targets in place. Once targets are established, tracking programs will be implemented.

Complete Streets

Livable Streets Policy 

Car Sharing

No data or the city is not pursuing. 

Bike Sharing

RTA is the country’s first transit agency to solely maintain the operations of a bike share program. Link Bicycle Share offers central Dayton over 225 bicycles across 27 stations. 

Last Updated: March 2020

Mode Shift Targets

2017 goals from the city's Mobility Action Plan to shift commuter mode share to more sustainable modes by 2030 include goals to convert 70% SOV to 50%, increase transit mode share from 7% to 15%, increase biking and walking mode share form 6% to 15%, and increase the carpool & teleworking mode share from 17% to 20%.

Progress Achieved Toward Mode Shift Targets

Denver tracks progress towards these goals in several ways. The City use the US Census ACS estimates to track SOV rates at the citywide level and supplements these national data with an employee commuter survey in partnership with local Transportation Management Associations (TMAs) and local employers at the neighborhood level. Denver’s citywide SOV rates are 75.9% according to the most recent census estimates, and Denver has yet to close its employer commuter survey for the year.

Complete Streets

Denver adopted its Complete Streets Policy in 2011. The adoption of the procedure encourages the inclusion of complete streets principles in all road construction and maintenance projects.

Car Sharing

There are three car sharing programs currently available to the residents and visitors of Denver, Enterprise CarShareeGo CarShare, Car2go and zipcar. Denver has a carshare permit program to provide dedicated on-street and off-street spaces for carshare vehicles.

Bike Sharing

Denver has several bike share and dockless e-scooter providers. Denver has a contract with Denver Bike Sharing, the owner/operator of Denver B-cycle, and manages its relationship with dockless mobility providers through a permit program. Denver Bike Sharing owns and operates the Denver B-cycle docked system with 737 bicycles and 89 stations. Jump Bikes, a Dockless e-bike operator has 500 bikes currently. Zagster also has a handful of docked bikes at private developments across the City. Their exact reach is unknown.

Last Updated: March 2020

Mode Shift Target 

At this time, the City does not have a codified mode share target for trips within the city.

Progress Toward Mode Shift Target

No progress has been achieved, as there are no targets in place.

Complete Streets

The City of Des Moines' "Complete Streets Policy" was given a score of 39.6 in the NCSC 2017 Best Complete Streets Initiative Scorecard.

Car Sharing

At this time, the City does not have a formal policy in place to provide dedicated on-street and off-street parking for carshare vehicles.

Bike Sharing

Des Moines is served by BCycle. The service has 20 stations and 120 bikes in Des Moines. 

Last Updated: March 2020

Mode Shift Targets

The City does not have a codified target for trips within the city. However, the city does have a number of goals in the Strategic Plan for Transportation, which can be found here. These include an increase in the number of "Access Passes" purchased for our docked bike share program, MoGo. Access Pass is a $5 Annual Pass for registered members who are a part of one of a number of state benefit programs, like food assistance. Others include having car share available in every district within the city and expanding MoGo service.

Progress Achieved Toward Mode Shift Targets

No progress has been achieved, as there are no targets in place.

Complete Streets

Detroit has not yet written or codified a Complete Streets Policy.

Car Sharing

The city recently dedicated city-owned on-street parking spaces for car share vehicles as part of a pilot with Maven. Detroit is also looking to expand Car4You, a program where community organizations dedicate off-street parking spaces for car-share vehicles.

Bike Sharing

Mogo is the City's only docked bike share.  The current bike count is 180 bikes spread across 44 stations. MoGo plans to add 31 stations and 140 additional bikes in the Spring of 2020.

Last Updated: March 2020

Transportation and Land Use Planning

Dubuque has not yet written or implemented a policy to encourage improved integration of transportation and land use planning such as a VMT reduction or mode share target.

Car and Bicycle Sharing

There is a car sharing programs currently available to the residents and visitors of Dubuque, U CarShare. The city is served by a bikesharing program, Dubuque Bike Coop.

Transportation Demand Management Programs

Dubuque has not yet implemented any transportation demand management programs to reduce the number of single occupancy vehicle trips or trips during rush hour.

Last Updated: October 2013

Mode Shift Targets

At this time, the City does not have a codified mode share target for trips within the city.

Progress Achieved Toward Mode Shift Targets

No progress has been achieved, as there are no targets in place.

Complete Streets

El Paso has not yet written or codified a Complete Streets Policy.

Car Sharing

El Paso does not currently have a formal policy in place to provide dedicated on-street and off-street parking for carshare vehicles.

Bike Sharing

El Paso is served by a bike sharing program, El Paso Bcycle. The program has 176 bikes, 16 of which are electric bikes.

Last Updated: March 2020

Mode Shift Targets

At this time, the City does not have a codified mode share target for trips within the city.

Progress Achieved Toward Mode Shift Targets

No progress has been achieved, as there are no targets in place.

Complete Streets

Fort Worth adopted a Complete Streets policy in 2016. The initiative encourages the inclusion of complete streets principles in all road construction and maintenance projects.

Car Sharing

Fort Worth does not currently have a formal policy in place to provide dedicated on-street and off-street parking for carshare vehicles.

Bike Sharing

The City is served by a bike sharing program, Fort Worth B-cycle, with 46 stations and about 350 bikes.

Last Updated: March 2020

Mode Shift Target 

No codified mode share target exists in the cities most recent active transportation plan (Fresno ATP 2017), although diversifying mode share is discussed and acknowledged as an important component moving forward. 

Progress Toward Mode Shift Target

No progress has been achieved, as there are no targets in place.

Complete Streets

No Policy Found 

Car Sharing

At this time, the City of Fresno does not have a formal policy in place to provide dedicated on-street and off-street parking for carshare vehicles.

Bike Sharing

The city is not currently served by a bikeshare program. 

Last Updated: March 2020

Mode Shift Targets

In the latest strategic plan, Grand Rapids has a goal to achieve 50% total commute trips by transit, walking, biking, and ridesharing.

Progress Achieved Toward Mode Shift Targets

The city plans to update their metrics in their strategic plan every 6 months. An update has not been made at this time.

Complete Streets

Grand Rapids adopted its complete streets policy in 2011.

Car Sharing

At this time, the City does not have a formal policy in place to provide dedicated on-street and off-street parking for carshare vehicles.

Bike Sharing

In 2017 the City of Grand Rapids Conducted a Bike Share feasibility study. In the new Bike Plan, the city has committed to implementing a pilot program to advance bike share in Grand Rapids, but as of yet no program has been started.

Last Updated: March 2020

Mode Shift Target 

The Greensboro Sustainability Action Plan (2011) does not outline specific mode-shift/mode-share goals, but it does describe the importance of bicycle commuting and transit. 

Progress Toward Mode Shift Target

No progress has been achieved, as there are no targets in place.

Complete Streets

No Policy Found 

Car Sharing

At this time, the City does not have a formal policy in place to provide dedicated on-street and off-street parking for carshare vehicles.

Bike Sharing

LimeBike provides 800 bicycles to downtown Greensboro and The Universtiy of North Carolina at Greensboro's campus. 

Last Updated: March 2020

Mode Shift Targets

The city adopted a Complete Streets Policy into its municipal code, and in the Zoning Regulations, it has an entire Chapter, Chapter 9, devoted to Complete Streets and street design. The EID Board's Comprehensive Plan, which was updated in November 2019, proposes to reduce greenhouse gas emissions through transportation mode shift and electrification.

Progress Achieved Toward Mode Shift Targets

Hartford has an inventory released by Google in 2019 (after the City's review for accuracy) that is now available for online. This inventory is based on 2018 data for both transportation emissions and those related to the built environment. The Google data is particularly useful in that it includes transportation emissions with greater accuracy. The total emissions are assumed to be more than 1.4 million  metric tons of carbon dioxide equivalent. Alternative traffic data is available online. 

Complete Streets

Hartford adopted a complete streets policy in 2016 through executive order.

Car Sharing

There is currently no citywide car sharing program available for use in Hartford, although ZipCar has partnered with Trinity College and the University of Hartford to offer a university-based sharing program. Hartford does not yet have a formal policy in place to provide dedicated on-street and off-street parking for carshare vehicles.

Bike Sharing

After a successful bikeshare pilot, the City decided to partner with the regional Council of Governments to create a more seamless, large-scale bikeshare system. The Capitol Region Council of Governments has issued a Request for Proposals (RFP), in which 19 towns and cities have agreed to participate in. As of November 2019, CRCOG has selected a vendor, and the next step is for the City to work with the vendor to determine locations and other logistics. Last year, there were 400 dockless bikeshare bikes available in the city.

Last Updated: March 2020

Mode Shift Targets

At this time, the City does not have a codified mode share target for trips within the city.

Progress Achieved Toward Mode Shift Targets

No progress has been achieved, as there are no targets in place.

Complete Streets

Henderson has not yet written or codified a Complete Streets Policy.

Car Sharing

At this time, the City does not have a formal policy in place to provide dedicated on-street and off-street parking for carshare vehicles.

Bike Sharing

We could not determine if the City is served by a bike share system.

Last Updated: May 2020

Mode Shift Targets

At this time, the City does not have a codified mode share target for trips within the city.

Progress Achieved Toward Mode Shift Targets

No progress has been achieved, as there are no targets in place.

Complete Streets

Honolulu adopted its complete streets policy in 2012 through Ordinance 12-15.

Car Sharing

At this time, the City does not have a formal policy in place to provide dedicated on-street and off-street parking for carshare vehicles.

Bike Sharing

Biki is Honolulu’s bikeshare transportation system, operated by Bikeshare Hawai’i. Launched in late June 2017, Biki has 1,000 bikes at 100 conveniently located self-service.

Last Updated: May 2020

Mode Shift Targets

At this time, the City does not have a codified mode share target for trips within the city. Houston set and met targets for municipal emission reductions in the past. The city hopes to reach 100% renewable power for city operations by 2025. The City has started its first Climate Action Plan (CAP).  This plan will act as a roadmap for the City, businesses, residents and communities to reduce their GHG emissions and become carbon neutral by 2050. A Resilient Houston strategy is being developed to address climate risks and adaptation  efforts in the City. The Climate Action Plan, Resilient Houston strategy and Climate Risk Assessment will be completed by the end of 2019.

Progress Achieved Toward Mode Shift Targets

No progress has been achieved, as there are no targets in place.

Complete Streets

Houston passed a Complete Streets policy in 2013.

Car Sharing

Houston is served both by zipcar and Enterprise CarShare. The City of Houston has a formal policy in place to provide on-street and off-street parking for car-share vehicles.

Bike Sharing

The City is served by a bike sharing program, Houston B-cycle with over 72 operational stations and 475 bikes. 

Last Updated: March 2020

Mode Shift Targets

At this time, the City does not have a codified mode share target for trips within the city.

Progress Achieved Toward Mode Shift Targets

No progress has been achieved, as there are no targets in place.

Complete Streets

Indianapolis adopted its complete streets policy in 2012, through Chapter 431, Article VIII. The adoption of the guidelines encourages the inclusion of complete streets principles in all new transportation infrastructure construction projects.

Car Sharing

Indianapolis is served by Blue Indy car sharing and zipcar. While no formal policy dedicating on-street and off-street parking for carshare vehicles is in place, BlueIndy does have 450 dedicated spaces available.

Bike Sharing

Indianapolis’s bike sharing program, Pacers Bikeshare, is fully operable with 29 docking stations and 251 bikes.

Last Updated: May 2019

Mode Shift Targets

At this time, the City does not have a codified mode share target for trips within the city.

Progress Achieved Toward Mode Shift Targets

No progress has been achieved, as there are no targets in place.

Complete Streets

Jacksonville has not yet written or codified a Complete Streets Policy.

Car Sharing

At this time, the City does not have a formal policy in place to provide dedicated on-street and off-street parking for carshare vehicles.

Bike Sharing

We could not determine if the City is served by a bike share system.

Last Updated: May 2019

Mode Shift Targets

Both the Climate Action Plan (2008) and the forthcoming Bike KC Master Plan set a mode shift goal target, specifically moving the number of cyclists from 0.3% to over 5%.

Progress Achieved Toward Mode Shift Targets

The City tracks mode shift through the American Community Survey (trips to/from work). Additionally, the City can track the number of miles ridden on dockless scooters and bicycles in the market with the assistance of each individual provider. No measured shift has occurred to date.

Complete Streets

Kansas City passed its Complete Streets Ordinance (Resolution 22-11) in 2011.

Car Sharing

Kansas City is served by zipcar. The City has made accommodations for rideshare vehicle parking on City streets and is currently exploring additional areas for rideshare operations in the downtown area. The City is also working on developing a policy to allow and encourage free-floating car share operations in the City.

Bike Sharing

The City has a bike sharing program, Kansas City B-cycle, which has a 24/7 public dock-based bike share system. They have 41 stations serving Downtown, North Kansas City, Westport, the Country Club Plaza, KCAI and The Nelson-Atkins Museum, 18th & Vine Jazz District, and the Trolley Track Trail. The City has partnered with the Blue Cross/Blue Shield BikeShare program and is expanding the number of available bicycles for far greater coverage and impact.

Last Updated: May 2019

Transportation and Land Use Planning

Knoxville has not yet written or implemented a policy to encourage improved integration of transportation and land use planning such as a VMT reduction or mode share target.

Car and Bicycle Sharing

There is a car sharing program currently available to the residents and visitors of Knoxville, zipcar. A bike sharing program is in the planning stages. 

Transportation Demand Management Programs

Knoxville has not yet implemented any transportation demand management programs to reduce the number of single occupancy vehicle trips or trips during rush hour.

Last updated: October 2015

Mode Shift Targets

At this time, the City does not have a codified mode share target for trips within the city.

Progress Achieved Toward Mode Shift Targets

No progress has been achieved, as there are no targets in place.

Complete Streets

Knoxville adopted its complete streets policy in 2014 through Ordinance No. O-204-2014.

Car Sharing

Sec 17-308 of Knoxville’s Parking Ordinance allows for the signing of car-sharing vehicles dedicated parking.

Bike Sharing

Pace Bikeshare operates a dockless system in Knoxville. Kiosks and stations are provided and maintained for customer convenience, but users are free to depart their ride at any bike rack.

Last Updated: May 2019

Mode Shift Target 

At this time, the City does not have a codified mode share target for trips within the city.

Progress Toward Mode Shift Target

No progress has been achieved, as there are no targets in place.

Complete Streets

The City of Lakeland has a complete streets policy. 

Car Sharing

The City of lakeland does not yet have a formal policy in place to provide dedicated on-street and off-street parking for carshare vehicles.

Bike Sharing

As of 2018, the City no longer has a bike share program. 

Last Updated: March 2020

Mode Shift Targets

At this time, the City does not have a codified mode share target for trips within the city.

Progress Achieved Toward Mode Shift Targets

As part of the Downtown Master Plan, Las Vegas has a target to achieve the following mode pslit by 2045: 45% car, 25% transit, 20% walking, 10% biking mobility usage.

Complete Streets

The City has not yet adopted or codified a complete streets policy.

Car Sharing

Las Vegas is served by zipcar. At this time, the City does not have a formal policy in place to provide dedicated on-street and off-street parking for carshare vehicles.

Bike Sharing

The City of Las Vegas is a Bike Friendly Community with silver status. The Regional Transportation Commission has a docked bikeshare program, RTC Bike Share, focused on the downtown area. The City has declined to approve dockless bike share at this time. The City has 28.05 docked bicycles per 100,000 people.

Last Updated: May 2019

Transportation and Land Use Planning

Lawrence has not yet written or implemented a policy to encourage improved integration of transportation and land use planning such as a VMT reduction or mode share target.

Car and Bicycle Sharing

Lawrence is piloting a project with Hertz OnDemand for carsharing. There is not yet a bike sharing service available to the citizens of Lawrence.

Transportation Demand Management Programs

Lawrence has not yet implemented any transportation demand management programs to reduce the number of single occupancy vehicle trips or trips during rush hour.

Last Updated: October 2013

Mode Shift Target 

No data or city is not pursuing 

Progress Toward Mode Shift Target

No progress has been achieved, as there are no targets in place.

Complete Streets

The city of Little Rock does have a complete streets ordinance

Car Sharing

The City of Little Rock does not yet have a formal policy in place to provide dedicated on-street and off-street parking for carshare vehicles.

Bike Sharing

Little Rock is in the process of finalizing a contract with Gotcha that once completed will deliver approximately 200 bikes to the downtown. 

Last Updated: March 2020

Mode Shift Targets

The City has mode share goals specifically for biking. The goals as approved in the 2017 Bicycle Master Plan are: 10% of all trips by bike by 2027, 20% by 2037, and 30% by 2047.

Progress Achieved Toward Mode Shift Targets

We could not determine if the City is on track to meet its goals.

Complete Streets

The City has not yet adopted or codified a complete streets policy.

Car Sharing

The City of Long Beach does not yet have a formal policy in place to provide dedicated on-street and off-street parking for carshare vehicles.

Bike Sharing

Long Beach Bike Share operates 400 bikes and 60 stations.

Last Updated: May 2019

Mode Shift Targets

The 2015 Sustainable City pLAn calls for an increase in non-single occupancy vehicle trips to 35% of all trips by 2025 and 50% of all trips by 2035.

Progress Achieved Toward Mode Shift Targets

We could not determine if the City is on track to meet its goals.

Complete Streets

Los Angeles does not yet have a Complete Streets policy.

Car Sharing

There are two car sharing programs currently available to the residents and visitors of Los Angeles, Car2Go, and zipcar. The City also has a fixed-space car share program in effect.

Bike Sharing

There is currently a bicycle sharing program in this city, Metro Bike Share, that currently has 93 stations and over 1,400 bicycles.

Last Updated: May 2019

Mode Shift Targets

Louisville Metro has a goal to increase bicycle ridership 100% from 2012 levels and increase public transit ridership 25%.

Progress Achieved Toward Mode Shift Targets

No progress has been achieved, as there are no targets in place.

Complete Streets

Louisville has a complete streets policy in place.

Car Sharing

There are two car sharing programs currently available to the residents and visitors of Louisville, enterprise CarShare and zipcar. As this time, the City does not have a formal policy in place to provide dedicated on-street and off-street parking for carshare vehicles.

Bike Sharing

Louisville has a strong cycling community. In 2016, the city earned a silver status from the League of American Bicyclists as a Cycle Friendly Community. Building off this success, Louisville launched a bikeshare program, LouVelo, in May 2017. The network includes 305 bikes and 28 stations. In the first year of operation, 3,903 riders used the systems, 15,359 rides were taken, and 7,688 miles were ridden.

Last Updated: May 2019

Transportation and Land Use Planning

Madison has not yet written or implemented a policy to encourage improved integration of transportation and land use planning such as a VMT reduction or mode share target.

Car and Bicycle Sharing

There is a car sharing program currently available to the residents and visitors of Madison, Community Car. The city is served by a bikesharing program, Madison B-cycle with over 30 operable stations.

Transportation Demand Management Programs

To reduce the frequency of single-occupancy trips, Madison Metro Transit works with area businesses to provide unlimited metro-transit passes for the businesses employees.  Also, the Rideshare, etc. website facilities carpooling among residents of the city.

Last Updated: October 2015

Mode Shift Target 

The city’s Sustainability Plan includes goals to increase bus trips 20% by 2020 and bike trips 20% by 2020. 

Progress Toward Mode Shift Target

Madison experienced a dramatic increase in metro ridership of 40% between 2004 and 2014. Bicycling continues to grow in pop[ularity and 10.3% of workers already conduct their commutes on foot. 

Complete Streets

 Resolution No. 09-997

Car Sharing

No data or the city is not pursuing. 

Bike Sharing

The city is served by Bike Madison, which has a fleet of 350 bikes. 

Last Updated: March 2020

Mode Shift Targets

At this time, the City does not have a codified mode share target for trips within the city.

Progress Achieved Toward Mode Shift Targets

No progress has been achieved, as there are no targets in place.

Complete Streets

McAllen has not yet written or codified a Complete Streets Policy.

Car Sharing

At this time, the City does not have a formal policy in place to provide dedicated on-street and off-street parking for carshare vehicles.

Bike Sharing

McAllen B-Cycle launched with a total of eight stations and 80 bikes around the City that were funded in part by a Federal Transit Administration grant.

Last Updated: May 2019

Mode Shift Targets

At this time, the City does not have a codified mode share target for trips within the city.

Progress Achieved Toward Mode Shift Targets

No progress has been achieved, as there are no targets in place.

Complete Streets

Memphis adopted its Complete Streets Policy through executive order in 2013.

Car Sharing

There is a car sharing program currently available to the residents and visitors of Memphis, zipcar. At this time, the City does not have a formal policy in place to provide dedicated on-street and off-street parking for carshare vehicles.

Bike Sharing

The Explore Bike Share system launched in Memphis in May of 2018. 600 bikes are currently available at 60 stations, and there is funding allocated to expand the system to a total of 900 bikes and 90 stations by 2020.

Last Updated: May 2019

Mode Shift Targets

At this time, the City does not have a codified mode share target for trips within the city.

Progress Achieved Toward Mode Shift Targets

No progress has been achieved, as there are no targets in place.

Complete Streets

Mesa has not yet written or codified a Complete Streets Policy.

Car Sharing

At this time, the City does not have a formal policy in place to provide dedicated on-street and off-street parking for carshare vehicles.

Bike Sharing

We could not determine if the City is served by a bike share system.

Last Updated: May 2019

Mode Shift Targets

At this time, the City does not have a codified mode share target for trips within the city.

Progress Achieved Toward Mode Shift Targets

No progress has been achieved, as there are no targets in place.

Complete Streets

Miami adopted its complete streets policy in 2009, through Resolution No. 09-00274. The adoption of the guidelines encourages the inclusion of complete streets principles in road construction and maintenance projects.

Car Sharing

There are three car sharing programs currently available to the residents and visitors of Miami, Car2go, zipcar, and Hertz OnDemand. At this time, the City does not have a formal policy in place to provide dedicated on-street and off-street parking for carshare vehicles.

Bike Sharing

The City is served by a bike sharing program, Citi Bike Miami with 58 docked stations and approximately 550 bikes citywide at any time.

Last Updated: May 2019

Mode Shift Targets

Milwaukee does not have a mode shift target in place for the transportation sector.

Progress Achieved Toward Mode Shift Targets

Milwaukee does not track progress towards a mode shift target.

Complete Streets

Milwaukee passed a complete streets policy in 2018.

Car Sharing

Milwaukee does not have a supportive parking policy for carsharing vehicles.

Bike Sharing

Milwaukee does not have a supportive zoning policy for docked bike share facilities. The city has 125.98 docked bike share bikes per 100,000 people.

Last Updated: May 2019

Mode Shift Targets

To promote a modal shift in transportation, Minneapolis has set a goal to raise the bicycle commute mode share to 15% by 2025.

Progress Achieved Toward Mode Shift Targets

Minneapolis’s average bicycle commute mode share between 2011-2013 was 3.9% while the average for 2015-2017 (the latest comparable data) was 4.2%.

Complete Streets

Minneapolis’s complete streets policy scored an 85.6 out of 100 according to the National Complete Streets Coalition.

Car Sharing

Minneapolis has a car share policy that allows for designated on-street spaces.

Bike Sharing

The city has 432.13 docked bike share bikes per 100,000 people.

Last Updated: May 2019

Mode Shift Targets

We could not confirm if Montgomery County has a mode shift target in place for the transportation sector.

Progress Achieved Toward Mode Shift Targets

Montgomery County does not have a mode shift goal.

Complete Streets

Montgomery County adopted their complete streets policy in 2014. The policy has a complete streets coalition score of 64.8.

Car Sharing

Montgomery County mandates that one carshare space be provided by parking facilities with 50 to 149 spaces.

Bike Sharing

Montgomery County participates in the Capital Bikeshare program. The county has 406 docked bikeshare bikes per 100,000.

Last updated: December 2019

Mode Shift Targets

The Livable Nashville Recommendations contain goals to increase active-transportation mode share to 7% by 2020, 12% by 2030 and 30% by 2050.

Progress Achieved Toward Mode Shift Targets

Nashville does not track progress towards a mode shift target.

Complete Streets

Nashville does not yet have a complete streets policy in place.

Car Sharing

Nashville does not have a supportive parking policy for carsharing vehicles.

Bike Sharing

The city has 41.19 docked bike share bikes per 100,000 people.

Last Updated: March 2020

Mode Shift Targets

New Haven does not have a mode shift target in place for the transportation sector.

Progress Achieved Toward Mode Shift Targets

New Haven does not track progress towards a mode shift target.

Complete Streets

New Haven’s complete streets policy scored an 46.8 out of 100 according to the National Complete Streets Coalition.

Car Sharing

We could not confirm if New Haven has a supportive parking policy for carsharing vehicles.

Bike Sharing

The city has 152.66 docked bike share bikes per 100,000 people.

Last Updated: May 2019

Mode Shift Targets

New Orleans does not have a mode shift target in place for the transportation sector.

Progress Achieved Toward Mode Shift Targets

New Orleans does not track progress towards a mode shift target.

Complete Streets

New Orleans’s complete streets policy scored an 70.8 out of 100 according to the National Complete Streets Coalition.

Car Sharing

New Orleans does not have a supportive parking policy for carsharing vehicles.

Bike Sharing

The city has 0 docked bike share bikes per 100,000 people.

Last Updated: May 2019

Mode Shift Targets

New York has established a goal for 80% of all person-trips to be made by sustainable modes (walking, bicycling, or public transit) by 2050. 

Progress Achieved Toward Mode Shift Targets

The city conducted its first annual Citywide Mobility Survey this spring to gain an in-depth understanding of how New Yorkers get around. The survey found that 64 percent of all trips citywide were made using sustainable modes such as walking, biking, or transit. 

Complete Streets

The Department of Transportation (DOT) released Sustainable Streets: Strategic Plan for the New York City Department of Transportation 2008 and Beyond which is a complete streets strategic plan for improved infrastructure and transportation design, operation and maintenance. The plan also lists strategies aimed at improving street safety and reduced environmental impact.

Car Sharing

New York sets aside nearly 300 public spaces for car share vehicles in a pilot launched in 2018.

Bike Sharing

As of 10/29/2019, NYC was home to over 15,000 publicly acessible bikes and 841 docking stations. Citi Bike plans to double their footprint (by 35 square miles) and triple their fleet (to a total of 40,000) by 2023 through a $100M investment. Dockless fleets are currently in North Shore of Staten Island (Jump and Lime) and the Rockaways (Lime). Jump had also been operating in the Fordham area of the Bronx up to the end of August. The city has 186.837. bike share bikes per 100,000 people.

Last Updated: March 2020

Mode Shift Targets

Newark does not have a mode shift target in place for the transportation sector.

Progress Achieved Toward Mode Shift Targets

Newark does not track progress towards their mode shift target.

Complete Streets

Newark’s complete streets policy scored an 45.6 out of 100 according to the National Complete Streets Coalition.

Car Sharing

We could not confirm that Newark has supportive parking policies for car sharing vehicles.

Bike Sharing

The city has 0 docked bike share bikes per 100,000 people.

Last Updated: May 2019

Mode Shift Targets

Oakland does not have a mode shift target in place for the transportation sector.

Progress Achieved Toward Mode Shift Targets

Oakland does not track progress towards their mode shift target.

Complete Streets

Oakland’s complete streets policy scored an 40.4 out of 100 according to the National Complete Streets Coalition.

Car Sharing

In 2015, the City of Oakland adopted a resolution (85459 C.M.S) to create a pilot program to create dedicated spaces for car share in public parking spaces and in municipal lots and garages throughout Oakland. The resolution also accepted and appropriated funds from MTC, which committed the City to work with CSOs to locate cars in ‘underserved minority low-income communities.

Bike Sharing

The city has 199.91 docked bike share bikes per 100,000 people.

Last Updated: May 2019

Mode Shift Targets

Oklahoma City does not have a mode shift target in place for the transportation sector.

Progress Achieved Toward Mode Shift Targets

Oklahoma City does not track progress towards their mode shift target.

Complete Streets

Oklahoma City does not yet have a complete streets policy.

Car Sharing

We could not confirm if Oklahoma City has a parking policy in place for car sharing vehicles.

Bike Sharing

The city has 7.92 docked bike share bikes per 100,000 people.

Last Updated: May 2019

Mode Shift Targets

Omaha does not have a mode shift target in place for the transportation sector.

Progress Achieved Toward Mode Shift Targets

Omaha does not track progress towards their mode shift target.

Complete Streets

Newark’s complete streets policy scored an 88.8 out of 100 according to the National Complete Streets Coalition.

Car Sharing

We could not confirm if Omaha has a parking policy in place for car sharing vehicles.

Bike Sharing

The city has 42.62 docked bike share bikes per 100,000 people.

Last Updated: May 2019

Mode Shift Targets

Based on the Community Sustainability Action Plan Update in 2018, the city is pursuing the goal of more than 50% of trips to be made by carpool, transit, bicycle, or walking city-wide.

Progress Achieved Toward Mode Shift Targets

Currently, Orlando is only tracking commute trips and no data is available for total trips made within the city.

Complete Streets

The City of Orlando has not yet adopted a complete streets policy.

Car Sharing

Orlando has a parking space lease agreement with FDOT for the on-street spaces (and one garage location) to be used for carsharing.

Bike Sharing

The city has 71.36 docked bike share bikes per 100,000 people.

Last Updated: May 2019

Mode Shift Target 

Oxnard does not have a mode shift target in place for the transportation sector.

Progress Toward Mode Shift Target

No progress has been achieved, as there are no targets in place.

Complete Streets

No Policy Found 

Car Sharing

No data or the city is not pursuing. 

Bike Sharing

The city is not currently served by a bikeshare program. 

Last Updated: March 2020

Transportation and Land Use Planning

To improve integration of transportation and land use planning, Park City has a VMT reduction goal through a partnership between Park City and SLC. This plan has been codified and launched.

Car and Bicycle Sharing

There is a car sharing program currently available to the residents and visitors of Park City, Uhaul Carshare. There is not yet a bike sharing service available to the citizens of Park City.

Transportation Demand Management Programs

To reduce the frequency of single-occupancy trips, Park City supports city employee vanpool program and subsidizes over 60% of the cost.  The City allows employees to pay for public transportation expenses out of pre-tax earnings.  Park City Municipal allows flexible work arrangements, and telecommuting.

Last updated: October 2015

Mode Shift Targets

The Connect plan includes a goal of increasing the total percentage of commuters who either walk, bike, or use transit by five percentage points from 36% to 41%.

Progress Achieved Toward Mode Shift Targets

Philadelphia tracks commute trips on their Greenworks dashboard.

Complete Streets

Philadelphia’s complete streets policy scored an 46.4 out of 100 according to the National Complete Streets Coalition.

Car Sharing

We could not confirm if Philadelphia has a parking policy in place for car sharing vehicles.

Bike Sharing

The city has 75.91 docked bike share bikes per 100,000 people.

Last Updated: May 2019

Mode Shift Targets

Phoenix does not have a mode shift target in place for the transportation sector.

Progress Achieved Toward Mode Shift Targets

Phoenix does not track progress towards their mode shift target.

Complete Streets

Phoenix’s complete streets policy scored an 54 out of 100 according to the National Complete Streets Coalition.

Car Sharing

We could not confirm if Phoenix has a parking policy in place for car sharing vehicles.

Bike Sharing

The city has 61.50 docked bike share bikes per 100,000 people.

Last Updated: May 2019

Mode Shift Targets

The Pittsburgh Climate Action Plan 3.0, which was adopted by City Council in 2018, outlines mode shift goals. These include 50% increase in walking, 100% increase in biking, 100% increase in transit use, and a 50% decrease in single occupancy vehicle trips.

Progress Achieved Toward Mode Shift Targets

We were not able to confirm if Pittsburgh tracks progress towards their mode shift target.

Complete Streets

Philadelphia’s complete streets policy scored an 92.8 out of 100 according to the National Complete Streets Coalition.

Car Sharing

The City of Pittsburgh has an ongoing agreement with Zipcar for locating carshare parking spaces both on street and in parking garages.

Bike Sharing

The city has 165.34 docked bike share bikes per 100,000 people.

Last Updated: May 2019

Mode Shift Targets

Portland set goals to raise the bicycle commute mode share to 25%, and the walking mode to 10%.

Progress Achieved Toward Mode Shift Targets

Portland comprehensively tracks trip data. Between the implementation of the target and now, drive alone trips dropped from 61% to 59%, carpool trips increased from 9% to 9.44%, telecommuting increased from 7% to 8%, walking decreased from 6% to 5%, biking increased from 5% to 5.4%, and transit increased 11% to 12%

Complete Streets

Oregon’s complete streets policy is the only state policy to cover municipal roads in addition to state-owned roads, and the city has made significant efforts to incorporate complete streets language in a range of supporting transportation and land use policies. Nevertheless, the city does not have an NCSC-recognized complete streets policy

Car Sharing

The City has code and administrative rules that regulate on-street parking for carshare vehicles only.

Bike Sharing

The city is only served by dockless bike sharing programs.

Last Updated: May 2019

Mode Shift Targets

Providence does not have a mode shift target in place for the transportation sector.

Progress Achieved Toward Mode Shift Targets

Providence does not track progress towards their mode shift target.

Complete Streets

Providence’s complete streets policy scored an 21.2 out of 100 according to the National Complete Streets Coalition.

Car Sharing

The city has an agreement with Zip Car to allow them to use City-owned on-street parking spots.

Bike Sharing

The city has 221.74 docked bike share bikes per 100,000 people.

Last Updated: May 2019

Mode Shift Target 

No data or city is not pursuing 

Progress Toward Mode Shift Target

No progress has been achieved, as there are no targets in place.

Complete Streets

No Policy Found 

Car Sharing

No data or the city is not pursuing. 

Bike Sharing

The city is not currently served by a bikeshare service.

Last Updated: March 2020

Mode Shift Targets

The city’s adopted BikeRaleigh Plan includes a goal of reaching 1.2% bicycle mode share.

Progress Achieved Toward Mode Shift Targets

The City utilizes census data from the American Community Survey (ACS) to determine mode share totals. The City partnered with NCDOT and the Capital Area MPO to install permanent bike and pedestrian counters around the City; the first phase of counter installation is complete, and the City will have count data to further measure market penetration of these modes in the near future.

Complete Streets

Raleigh’s complete streets policy scored an 56.8 out of 100 according to the National Complete Streets Coalition.

Car Sharing

The Unified Development Ordinance includes a provision for reducing the number of required parking spaces for car sharing programs.

Bike Sharing

Raleigh has launched a docked-based bikeshare system consisting of 30 stations and 330 bikes with Bewegen Technologies, Inc as the operator. The “Citrix Cycle” bikeshare program will be launching in December 2018. A private dockless bikeshare provider is currently operating within City limits through a program with North Carolina State University with a fleet of 200 bikes. The City is working now on Phase 1 of bike share docking station installation. This phase has put 30 stations and 300 shared bikes in use.

Last Updated: March 2020

Mode Shift Targets

Reno does not have a mode shift target in place for the transportation sector.

Progress Achieved Toward Mode Shift Targets

Reno does not track progress towards their mode shift target.

Complete Streets

Reno does not currently have a complete streets policy.

Car Sharing

We could not confirm if Reno has a parking policy in place for car sharing vehicles.

Bike Sharing

We could not confirm if Reno has a bike sharing program.

Last Updated: May 2019

Mode Shift Targets

Richmond does not have a mode shift target in place for the transportation sector. As part of RVAgreen 2050 the city will establish a mode shift target for the transportation sector.

Progress Achieved Toward Mode Shift Targets

Richmond does not track progress towards their mode shift target. As part of RVAgreen 2050 the city will track progress towards a mode shift target.

Complete Streets

Richmond’s complete streets policy scored an 82.4 out of 100 according to the National Complete Streets Coalition.

Car Sharing

We could not confirm if Richmond has a parking policy in place for car sharing vehicles.

Bike Sharing

The city has 96.90 docked bike share bikes per 100,000 people.

Last Updated: May 2019

Mode Shift Targets

Riverside does not have a mode shift target in place for the transportation sector.

Progress Achieved Toward Mode Shift Targets

Riverside does not track progress towards their mode shift target.

Complete Streets

Riverside does not currently have a complete streets policy.  

Car Sharing

Riverside does not have a parking policy in place for car sharing vehicles.

Bike Sharing

The city has 0 docked bike share bikes per 100,000 people.

Last Updated: May 2019

Mode Shift Targets

Rochester does not have a mode shift target in place for the transportation sector.

Progress Achieved Toward Mode Shift Targets

Rochester does not track progress towards their mode shift target.

Complete Streets

Rochester’s complete streets policy scored an 74.4 out of 100 according to the National Complete Streets Coalition.

Car Sharing

Rochester does not have a parking policy in place for car sharing vehicles.

Bike Sharing

The city has 0 docked bike share bikes per 100,000 people.

Last Updated: May 2019

Mode Shift Targets

Sacramento does not have a mode shift target in place for the transportation sector.

Progress Achieved Toward Mode Shift Targets

Sacramento does not track progress towards their mode shift target.

Complete Streets

Sacramento does not currently have a complete streets policy.

Car Sharing

Sacramento requires carshare vendors to apply for a parking permit application to legally park in the city right of way as of Aug 28. 2018. The program was created to spur innovative new programs, with a pricing structure to incentivize ZEVs. The program accommodates car share with dedicated spaces or operating under a free-floating model.

Bike Sharing

The city has 0 docked bike share bikes per 100,000 people.

Last Updated: May 2019

Mode Shift Targets

Saint Paul aims to increase bicycle mode share from 2% in 2000 to 5% in 2015 and increase the mode share of bicycling commuters from 0.6% to 2.5%.

Progress Achieved Toward Mode Shift Targets

Saint Paul does not track progress towards their mode shift target.

Complete Streets

Saint Paul’s complete streets policy scored an 32.4 out of 100 according to the National Complete Streets Coalition.

Car Sharing

We could not confirm if Saint Paul has a parking policy in place for car sharing vehicles.

Bike Sharing

The city has 0 docked bike share bikes per 100,000 people.

Last Updated: May 2019

Mode Shift Targets

Salt Lake City does not have a mode shift target in place for the transportation sector.

Progress Achieved Toward Mode Shift Targets

Salt Lake City does not track progress towards their mode shift target.

Complete Streets

Salt Lake City does not currently have a complete streets policy.

Car Sharing

We could not confirm if Salt Lake City has a parking policy in place for car sharing vehicles.

Bike Sharing

The city has 146.60 docked bike share bikes per 100,000 people.

Last Updated: May 2019

Mode Shift Targets

San Antonio does not have a mode shift target in place for the transportation sector.

Progress Achieved Toward Mode Shift Targets

San Antonio does not track progress towards their mode shift target.

Complete Streets

San Antonio’s complete streets policy scored an 40.8 out of 100 according to the National Complete Streets Coalition.

Car Sharing

We could not confirm if San Antonio has a parking policy in place for car sharing vehicles.

Bike Sharing

The city has 33.07 docked bike share bikes per 100,000 people.

Last Updated: May 2019

Mode Shift Targets

San Diego has codified goals as part of the Climate Action Plan that include increases in walking commuter share, bicycle commuter share, and public transit commuter share by 2020 and 2035.

Progress Achieved Toward Mode Shift Targets

The city has seen increases in all targeted modes between 2010 and 2017.

Complete Streets

San Diego does not currently have a complete streets policy.

Car Sharing

We could not confirm if San Diego has a parking policy in place for car sharing vehicles.

Bike Sharing

The city has 0 docked bike share bikes per 100,000 people.

Last Updated: May 2019

Mode Shift Targets

The 2013 San Francisco Climate Action Strategy, called for shifting 50 percent of trips to non-automobile trips by 2017 and 80 percent by 2030.

Progress Achieved Toward Mode Shift Targets

Based on the 2017 Travel Decision Survey, the city has realized the 2017 mode share goal as 52 percent of trips were non-automobile trips (transit, walk and bicycle) and 48 percent of trips were automobiles trips (drive alone, carpool and TNCs).

Complete Streets

San Francisco’s complete streets policy scored an 37.2 out of 100 according to the National Complete Streets Coalition.

Car Sharing

San Francisco Planning Code that requires specific numbers of parking spaces be made available to certified car share organizations in both residential and non-residential uses in all zoning districts.

Bike Sharing

The city has 425.73 docked bike share bikes per 100,000 people.

Last Updated: May 2019

Mode Shift Targets

The Envision San José 2040 General Plan includes the following targets: no more than 40% drive-alone, at least 10% by carpool, at least 20% by transit, at least 15% by bicycle, at least 15% on foot.

Progress Achieved Toward Mode Shift Targets

San Jose does not track progress towards its mode shift target.

Complete Streets

San Jose does not currently have a complete streets policy.

Car Sharing

San José’s Master Marking Rate Resolution includes a Car Share Parking Pilot Program, implemented since March 14, 2016, which provides dedicated on-street and off-street parking for carshare vehicles..

Bike Sharing

The city has 38.64 docked bike share bikes per 100,000 people.

Last Updated: May 2019

Mode Shift Targets

Seattle has a target to reduce single occupancy vehicles trips by 25% by 2025 from a 2012 baseline.

Progress Achieved Toward Mode Shift Targets

Seattle does not track progress towards their mode shift target.

Complete Streets

Seattle’s complete streets policy scored an 56.8 out of 100 according to the National Complete Streets Coalition.

Car Sharing

Seattle has supportive parking policies for car share vehicles that allow them to park in paid parking areas without paying separately, adhering to time limitations, and in restricted parking zones.

Bike Sharing

The city has 0 docked bike share bikes per 100,000 people.

Last Updated: May 2019

Mode Shift Target 

While the Springfield Climate Action and Resilience Plan adresses the importance of mode shift and diversifying mode share, there is no codified mode share target. 

Progress Toward Mode Shift Target

No progress has been achieved, as there are no targets in place.

Complete Streets

The city of Springfield has a complete streets policy that has received a score of 92.8 out of 100 from NCSC in their 2017 complete streets scorecard

Car Sharing

No data or the city is not pursuing. 

Bike Sharing

ValleyBike bikeshare services several communities including Northhampton, Holyoke, Springfiled, the University of Massachusetts, and South Hadley. There are 50 different stations total, 14 of which are located in Northhampton and Springfield. The program has 500 bikes.

Last Updated: March 2020

Mode Shift Targets

St. Louis does not have a mode shift target in place for the transportation sector.

Progress Achieved Toward Mode Shift Targets

St. Louis does not track progress towards their mode shift target.

Complete Streets

St. Louis’s complete streets policy scored an 49.6 out of 100 according to the National Complete Streets Coalition.

Car Sharing

We could not confirm if St Louis has a parking policy in place for car sharing vehicles.

Bike Sharing

The city has 0 docked bike share bikes per 100,000 people.

Last Updated: May 2019

Mode Shift Targets

The city’s modal share targets specify a maximum for drive alone travel of 60%, a minimum of 25% for bike,  walk, and Transit minimum: 25%.

Progress Achieved Toward Mode Shift Targets

St. Petersburg does not track progress towards their mode shift target.

Complete Streets

St. Petersburg’s complete streets policy scored an 80.0 out of 100 according to the National Complete Streets Coalition.

Car Sharing

We could not confirm if St. Petersburg has a parking policy in place for car sharing vehicles.

Bike Sharing

The city has 113.96 docked bike share bikes per 100,000 people.

Last Updated: May 2019

Mode Shift Target 

An increase in (transit) ridership from approximately 3% to 5% mode share is a desired outcome of the transit plan. However, no funding mechanisms to provide the desired increase in transit ridership are currently available. It is therefore assumed that not all of the Transit Plan recommendations will be implemented and the primary function of RTD’s operational planning and the Transit Plan will be to keep transit mode share at existing levels (3%).

Progress Toward Mode Shift Target

No progress has been achieved, as there are no targets in place.

Complete Streets

No Policy Found 

Car Sharing

No data or the city is not pursuing. 

Bike Sharing

The city is not currently serviced by a bikeshare program. 

Last Updated: March 2020

Mode Shift Target 

No data or city is not pursuing 

Progress Toward Mode Shift Target

No progress has been achieved, as there are no targets in place.

Complete Streets

No Policy Found 

Car Sharing

No data or the city is not pursuing. 

Bike Sharing

200 bikes, run by Gotcha Bike, are available at 35 stations around Syracuse.

Last Updated: March 2020

Mode Shift Targets

Tampa does not have a mode shift target in place for the transportation sector.

Progress Achieved Toward Mode Shift Targets

Tampa does not track progress towards their mode shift target.

Complete Streets

Tampa’s complete streets policy scored an 35.6 out of 100 according to the National Complete Streets Coalition.

Car Sharing

We could not confirm if Tampa has a parking policy in place for car sharing vehicles.

Bike Sharing

The city has 0 docked bike share bikes per 100,000 people.

Last Updated: May 2019

Mode Shift Target 

No data or city is not pursuing 

Progress Toward Mode Shift Target

No progress has been achieved, as there are no targets in place.

Complete Streets

Toledo Municipal Code, Chapter 901 (Ordinance  656-10)

Car Sharing

No data or the city is not pursuing. 

Bike Sharing

Toledo is serviced by the ToleGo bikeshare, a Gotcha bike program that has 100 bikes located at 17 hubs throughout the city.

Last Updated: March 2020

Mode Shift Targets

We could not confirm if Tucson has a mode shift target in place for the transportation sector.

Progress Achieved Toward Mode Shift Targets

Tucson does not track progress towards their mode shift target.

Complete Streets

Tucson does not currently have a complete streets policy in place.  

Car Sharing

We could not confirm if Tucson has a parking policy in place for car sharing vehicles.

Bike Sharing

The city has 61.60 docked bike share bikes per 100,000 people.

Last Updated: May 2019

Mode Shift Targets

Tulsa does not have a mode shift target in place for the transportation sector.

Progress Achieved Toward Mode Shift Targets

Tulsa does not track progress towards their mode shift target.

Complete Streets

Tulsa’s complete streets policy scored an 53.2 out of 100 according to the National Complete Streets Coalition.

Car Sharing

We could not confirm if Tulsa has a parking policy in place for car sharing vehicles.

Bike Sharing

The city has 39.82 docked bike share bikes per 100,000 people.

Last Updated: May 2019

Mode Shift Targets

Virginia Beach does not have a mode shift target in place for the transportation sector.

Progress Achieved Toward Mode Shift Targets

Virginia Beach does not track progress towards their mode shift target.

Complete Streets

Virginia Beach’s complete streets policy scored an 62.4 out of 100 according to the National Complete Streets Coalition.

Car Sharing

We could not confirm if Virginia Beach has a parking policy in place for car sharing vehicles.

Bike Sharing

The city has 0 docked bike share bikes per 100,000 people.

Last Updated: May 2019

Mode Shift Targets

Sustainable DC 2.0 sets the following goals by 2032: to achieve 25% of commuter trips in all wards by biking and walking, and 50% of commuter trips in all wards by public transit. Sustainable DC 2.0 sets a goal to reduce commuter trips made by car to 25% by 2032.

Progress Achieved Toward Mode Shift Targets

Biking/walking has increased from 16.8% in 2012 to 19.5% in 2016, public transit has decreased from 40.5% in 2012 to 38.6% in 2016, car travel has increased from 42.7% in 2012 to 51.9% in 2016.

Complete Streets

Washington DC adopted a complete streets policy in 2010.  

Car Sharing

DDOT has set aside a total of 80 reserved on-street spaces for the purpose of carsharing. Additionally, The zoning code also includes particular provisions for car-share parking and allows dedicated car-share spaces to count toward fulfilling minimum parking requirements.

Bike Sharing

The city has 691.67 docked bike share bikes per 100,000 people.

Last Updated: May 2019

Mode Shift Target 

No data or city is not pursuing 

Progress Toward Mode Shift Target

No progress has been achieved, as there are no targets in place.

Complete Streets

Resolution No. 14-341

Car Sharing

No data or the city is not pursuing. 

Bike Sharing

The city is serviced by Bikeshare ICT, a Zagster bikeshare program with 200 bikes located in downtown Wichita. 

Last Updated: March 2020

Mode Shift Target 

No data or city is not pursuing 

Progress Toward Mode Shift Target

No progress has been achieved, as there are no targets in place.

Complete Streets

No Policy Found 

Car Sharing

No data or the city is not pursuing. 

Bike Sharing

Winston-Salem is serviced by a fleet of 65 Zagster bikes.  

Last Updated: March 2020

Mode Shift Targets

Worcester does not have a mode shift target in place for the transportation sector.

Progress Achieved Toward Mode Shift Targets

Worcester does not track progress towards their mode shift target.

Complete Streets

Worcester adopted a complete streets policy in 2018.

Car Sharing

Worcester does not have a parking policy in place for car sharing vehicles.

Bike Sharing

The city has 0 docked bike share bikes per 100,000 people.

Last Updated: May 2019