In this issue briefing, we look at new mobility technologies in Canada and the role of governance in guiding the evolution of potentially disruptive technologies.
Technologies like vehicle automation, ride-hailing, and micromobility can potentially improve local transportation systems, however, their value is in their contribution to the public interest. What tools does Canada need to regulate these systems, in the public interest, across all levels of government? How can governments keep pace with private sector innovation.
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New mobility: Opportunity or threat?
What is new mobility?
Guiding disruption: The role of new mobility governance
Who pays? A new approach to taxing and funding
Supporting public sector innovation
Reflections on first principles
Appendix A – Methodology
Appendix B – Bibliography
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