ReMo’s policy team refines problem statements, analyzes relevant data, benchmarks best practices, and convenes committees comprised of expert stakeholders to inform issue briefs, case studies, whitepapers, and reports. These resources are used to advance policy change in the U.S. and in the European Commission, European Parliament, individual governments, and multi-lateral organizations.


Unlocking 21st Century Mobility System: How to Rethink the Future of Mobility and Restore Leadership in Transportation Innovation

This seminal report aims to reset the narrative around transportation technology and documents both the opportunities and barriers while presenting a course of action to reimagine a global mobility system that delivers transformative changes to effectively address major societal challenges — emissions and air quality, equity, access, national security, efficiency, and safety — that are linked to how people and goods move around the world.


Environmental and Equity Implications of Electric, Shared Autonomous Vehicles (SAVs) in Urban Transportation: A Case Study of San Francisco

High levels of air and noise pollution are a fact of life for many people living and commuting in urban areas, but these problems are more than just an inconvenience for city dwellers—they’re a major social justice issue. Lower income populations and communities of color are disproportionately burdened by the air and noise pollution caused by society’s overreliance of single-occupancy personal vehicles. This case study unpacks how the broader adoption of electric, Shared Autonomous Vehicles (SAVs) can improve air quality and reduce noise pollution for neighborhoods across a city, and especially in disadvantaged communities.


Establishing Data Standards for the Global Freight Sector: Applied Lessons Across Transportation

This white paper outlines best practices for the development, adoption, and management of data standards across the global freight sector from real world examples across the transit, maritime shipping and aviation industries.


The Importance of Data Standards and Interoperability in Global Supply Chains

The brief explores how open, vendor neutral, API-enabled data exchange standards for multi-modal freight operations would lay the foundation for developing interoperable data sharing across the freight sector.


A Policy Path to Achieving Europe’s Green Digital Revolution with Sustainable, Smart and Seamless Mobility

The European Union (EU) aims to reduce transport sector emissions by 90% by 2050. The following white paper includes three policy recommendations to leverage private sector innovation to achieve the zero-emission connected, cooperative, and autonomous mobility (CCAM) future necessary to meet the EU’s Sustainable and Smart Mobility Strategy targets.


Solving the Global Supply Chain Crisis with Data Sharing

In its first report, the Coalition for Reimagined Mobility (ReMo) calls for both public and private sector participation in the development and support of freight data exchange standards to drive long-term global supply chain resilience. Partnering with the International Transport Forum (ITF) to use its globally renowned freight emissions model to quantify emission reductions generated by data exchange, ReMo found that data-driven operational efficiencies can conservatively reduce carbon emissions by 22 percent across the freight sector.