The Vamos Mobility App is being expanded to connect Stockton residents with the Stockton Mobility Collective carsharing and bikesharing services they need. The app already connects residents with affordable and sustainable ways to get from A to point B in San Joaquin County, and Stanislaus County as soon as early 2022. The app allows a user to access information, plan routes, and buy tickets, including trips across multiple agencies and services. Tickets are currently available for San Joaquin RTD, ACE Rail, and the transit providers in Escalon, Ripon, Manteca, Tracy and Lodi.
The Institute for Transportation Studies at UC Davis (ITS-Davis) is the leading university center in the world on sustainable transportation and has hosted the National Center for Sustainable Transportation since 2013. ITS-Davis manages large research initiatives on energy, environmental, and social issues. The institute has a strong commitment not just to research, but interdisciplinary education and engagement with government, industry, and nongovernmental organizations. The institute will serve as project lead for the Vamos project and support data collection and evaluation throughout the grant period.
Sigala Inc. is a California consulting firm that specializes in urban and regional planning, real estate economics, transportation planning, affordable housing, and project management with a focus on central California, specifically the San Joaquin Valley. The firm will provide administration and project management support.