Creighton leads work around the U.S. to develop pilot programs and funding for shared mobility networks that focus on disadvantaged communities. Mobility Development has evolved to provide both initial development and technical assistance to community-controlled shared mobility networks, as back-office and operational support for these programs in cases where a private market for services doesn't exist.
Creighton works to support the BlueLA program in Los Angeles, Miocar and Vamos in the San Joaquin Valley and a range of programs throughout the Midwest and Northeast US. Creighton’s career in shared mobility began in 2009 with Buffalo Carshare, a non-profit operation that served 1,000 members, half of whom represented households earning less than $25,000. After co-founding and leading Buffalo Carshare for six years, Mr. Randall joined the Shared Use Mobility Center, serving as Program and Development Director from the non-profit’s inception in 2014 to January 2018, when he formed Mobility Development.
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