Mobility Management Promising Practices Survey

Please complete this promising practices survey and provide as much detail as you can about your practice. We are especially interested in any information you can provide regarding the impact of this practice. NCMM is continuously building mobility management community profiles, and our interest is in helping communities implement practices that hold promise regarding enhancing high quality mobility options. Information about the context and conditions under which the practice is implemented will assist other communities to make informed decisions about the applicability of a particular practice within their own setting.  

NCMM developed six criteria or characteristics of a practice (innovation, knowledge base, stakeholder engagement, monitoring and evaluation, efficiency, and impact) that provide an assessment of the potential promise of that practice. The details that you provide regarding these six criteria will assist NCMM in identifying those practices that have an increased likelihood of impact.

A description of practices, along with other demographic information about a community, is available in a searchable database, the Mobility Management Information and Practices (MMIP) Database. We hope you will consider sharing your practices. If you would like to talk with us about the MMIP or your practice, please contact Jordan Snow at or Judy Shanley at

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Thank you for sharing this information with us. The information you share in this survey will be included in NCMM's MMIP database and will be publicly available.