How does MIT advance sustainable mobility?

By offering dynamic hands-on courses. D-Lab: Cycle Ventures explores bicycle technology as a means of transportation and economic opportunity.


By inventing tomorrow's wheels. Developed by MIT researchers, the Copenhagen Wheel turns an ordinary bike into a hybrid e-bike that acts as a mobile sensing unit. Photo above: Max Tomasinelli.


By commuting to campus in ways that burn less or no fossil fuel. MIT Commuter Connections works to create a network of low carbon choices –from pedaling to sharing.


By reimagining the design of 21st century transit systems to meet the mobility needs of all. MIT’s AgeLab, for instance, examines transportation issues of older adults.