New/shared mobility reports recommended by Bruce Schaller

Bruce Schaller, Principal of Schaller Consulting, is a widely recognized expert in new mobility and for-hire services, public transit and urban traffic. He is the author of widely-cited reports assessing how new services such as Uber and Lyft have improved mobility and raised concerns about their impacts on traffic and transit in U.S. cities and developing prescriptions for public policy.  Mr. Schaller has consulted to government, for-profit and non-profit organizations throughout North America. Most recently, he served as Deputy Commissioner for Traffic and Planning at the New York City Department of Transportation, where he led the agency’s widely-recognized innovations in street design, traffic management, parking policy, bus rapid transit and performance measurement. He also led NYCDOT’s efforts on congestion pricing in 2007-08.

Key Publications

New Mobility: Present and FutureRecent reports exploring the cross-cutting issues that lie at the intersection of ride-hail and microtransit new mobility services, and traffic, transit and the future of urban transportation networks. The reports discuss how new mobility can contribute to the goals of public transit agencies, document TNC impacts on traffic and transit, analyze regulatory issues and address the path toward self-driving vehicles operating as shared taxi- and transit-like services.

Major reports:

Recent articles, op-eds and presentations

Full listing of new mobility publications and presentations

Selected Published Papers

NYCDOT reportsReports of general interest to the transportation community published under my direction at the New York City Department of Transportation from 2007 to 2014: