Urban mobility has always been mediated by layers of technologies, services, and organizations, but today’s accelerated transitions to digital platforms heighten the urgency for critical perspectives on the practical effects of new mobility technologies. As signs, maps, information, and transactions shift to new platforms urbanites are increasingly offered expanded options for access to mobility, sometimes at a cost to autonomy and privacy. This program will probe below the surface of the new urban interface to examine ways that spatial agency is enabled—or not—by some of the systems and tools designed for negotiating and navigating the built environment.