The Coalition for Reimagined Mobility has set out to challenge and rethink with a blank slate, the traditional transportation policy playbook to create a comprehensive new vision for the global movement of people and goods.

By putting people first and enacting bold strategies to break down silos, Reimagined Mobility will propose policy solutions that address the growing amount of connected, electric, autonomous, and shared mobility dimensions at our doorstep. Reimagined Mobility’s policy research roadmap is guided by the following objectives and aims to inform the coalitions efforts to shift global thinking toward approaches to policies and solutions that:

Foster people centric communities
that enhance safety, economic opportunity and quality of life, with greater mobility access and equity for all users.

Look beyond fuel sources to achieve net zero emissions by 2050
and develop and identify the highest priority solutions within the transportation sector. 

Build foundational structures that enable technology
to solve society’s fundamental problems and create an entirely new system of sustainable mobility.


The Coalition’s research informs its policy strategies and recommendations across the following focus areas:

Freight digitalization: generating operational efficiences and reducing carbon emissions across global supply chains

The freight sector is on course to become the highest carbon emitting sector in the world by 2050. Standardized data exchange across supply chains and in the broader freight system will drive the industry towards a more resilient future with dramatically reduced freight sector emissions. 

Incentivizing the delivery of robust transport services

People often do not have convenient and afforable options to get where they want to go when they need to get there. ReMo’s work defines how policymakers can use financial incentives and direct compensation to build economically sustainable services that meet people’s need.

Data stewardship for the public good

We are generating massive amounts of data that can empower governments to do their jobs better. This focus area evaluates the key foundational structures we need to invest in to allow the public sector to leverage this growing resource.

Market regulation and business structures for aligning public and private interests

Historically, government intervention in private sector innovation has led to less-than-optimal outcomes for the public and challenged the financial sustainability of businesses. Here we will provide examples for, and redefine how, the public and private sectors can better work together to achieve outcomes in the best interest of people.

Transformed streets for economic opportunity

The rise of digital intelligence and ubiquitous connectivity continue to transform our streets. New options for shared, micro-mobility and unmanned modes of travel require different access to parking or curb space. Meanwhile recognition grows that these streets shape the character of our cities. This study aims to define policies and infrastructure that support people-centered communities to enable more equitable access to safe and reliable mobility services.

Just mobility workforce transition

The electrification transition will eliminate jobs in the transportation sector, and automation will have similar impacts as it scales. This study explores the millions today who earn their livelihoods from enabling the movement of people and goods, and how to upskill for the new mobility jobs created.