Chariot Announces First Austin Routes

Back in October, San Francisco-based Chariot announced that it was going to start operating in Austin – initially through a partnership with Movability Austin, the City, Capital Metro, and the Rocky Mountain Institute bringing shuttle service to some Market District companies – and then with crowd-sourced routes for all Austin commuters. Those first public routes […]

Mobility We’re Thankful For

Whether you’re loving 2016 or ready to see it go, there’s a lot to be thankful for in the world of Austin mobility. Here’s what we at Movability are most grateful for. Austin Mayor Steve Adler’s Year of Mobility: between championing the 2016 Mobility Bond Program and meeting with Austin employers to talk about the […]

Proposition 1 and Next Steps

On May 7, Austin voters voted down Proposition 1, which means that for now the City’s December 2015 ordinance requiring drivers for companies like Uber and Lyft to do fingerprint security checks – among other requirements – will remain in place. Transportation Network Companies (TNCs) Uber and Lyft had said that that if a “no” […]