A Practical City Guide to Mobility Data Licensing is a short online article providing guidance, from a public agencies’ perspective, on drafting data sharing agreements.

A Practical Guide to Mobility Data Sharing and Cities is a 20-page guide identifies several use cases and the data needed for these use cases, current methods for data sharing and analysis, and data privacy challenges. The paper provides a good high-level introduction and overview of all the major topics related to the use of shared mobility data.

This document provides practical guidance and a handy Reference Manual to assist state DOTs in moving forward to meet the new Highway Performance Monitoring System (HPMS) requirements for the submittal of complete, all roads inventories and linear-referenced networks for every state and territory. This requirement is known as ARNOLD – the All Road Network of Linear Referenced Data.

Dockless Open Data is a short technical guide from the city of Louisville, KY covering “how and why cities can convert MDS trip data to anonymized open data, while respecting rider privacy.”

Identifies five emerging principles/best practices for sharing urban mobility data and examines these data sharing principles through five mobilty use cases.

Guidelines for Mobility Data Sharing Governance and Contracting is a short set of recommended guidelines for data sharing that consider the goals of both public agencies and mobility service providers, as well as the need to protect consumer privacy.

Managing Mobility Data is a short guide from the National Association of City Transportation Officials and the International Municipal Lawyers Association that sets out principles and best practices for sharing, protecting, and managing mobility data.

This guidebook is both a reference manual for setting up, operating, and enhancing freight data partnerships, as well as a procedural manual to aid in developing, negotiating, and formalizing data sharing agreements.

This project developed guidance for local agencies, MPOs, and state DOTs to utilize the rapidly emerging data being collected and processed by the private sector in urban and metropolitan areas. The study defined and described new data sources; examined approaches, methods, and analytical techniques that enable agencies to better carry out their planning, programming, and operations responsibilities.

Published in 2010, this report presents requirements and specifications for a scalable national freight data architecture to link myriad existing datasets.