We believe that affordable, accessible, and equitable mobility is a human right
We strive everyday to help build innovative shared transportation programs with local partners across the country that help uplift the communities they serve.
What We Do
Micromobility systems are a vital component of a region’s transportation system. Electric and conventional micromobility systems are a backbone of active transportation and are most effective when integrated with other programs.
While often not as visible, volunteer transportation programs provide essential access to services for those without a car, especially those in rural areas.
Our roots trace back to Buffalo CarShare and we continue to find ways to build equitable carsharing.
Strategic Mobility Planning
A foundation of our work is working directly with municipalities, community-based organizations, and others in the communities our programs serve. Coordination and open-dialogue is important to making shared mobility systems open and equitable for everyone.
Demonstrations and Pilots
No successful shared mobility program can be put in place without progressive, intuitive, and locally-focused education efforts. Demonstrations and pilots are a crucial piece of our work.
We are partnered with local community-based organizations around the country to launch community-controlled transportation options that are completely free to use. E-Bike Libraries provide access to pedal assist e-bikes through programming models designed by and for marginalized communities.
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Chief Financial Officer
As CFO, Anders has helped advance and grow SMI as it has branched out from providing innovative shared mobility solutions in Western New York to working at a nationwide scope. When he is not SMI’s CFO, Anders and his partner manage an all-organic, urban farm on Buffalo’s East Side.
Director of Technology and
Shane works across the SMI team with a focus on developing new, equity focused programming with SMI’s E-Bike Library pilot concept. In addition to this, Shane is also the founder of Queen City Couriers, a Buffalo-based bike courier service.
Matt oversees and manages the Reddy Bikeshare fleet of 400 bikes across Western New York. His role in day-to-day operations is key to the success of the program throughout the year.
Shared Mobility Inc. (SMI) of Buffalo, New York, is a transportation solutions nonprofit that focuses on cutting-edge technology and best practices to build mobility systems that serve disadvantaged communities in small and mid-sized markets. These communities are not traditional markets for shared mobility operators, and SMI’s work often requires tailoring mobility solutions to fit the needs of each area.
Founded in 2009 as Buffalo CarShare, SMI has transitioned to work across the mobility spectrum. Throughout its 10 years of experience, SMI has worked across the shared mobility spectrum in the fundraising, deployment, growth, and evaluation of bikesharing, carsharing, volunteer transportation, vanpooling, and transportation demand management programs. It seeks to apply the same social-equity focused mindset to its nationwide portfolio of projects.