The travel recovery has become a travel revolution. People are traveling to a wide variety of cities and towns, both urban and rural, which is leading to a redistribution of where people travel and live – and creating significant opportunities for more communities across the United States to benefit from the tourism and the sharing economy. The short-term rental (STR) economy supports hundreds of thousands of jobs around the world and provides millions of new direct and indirect tax revenue to government budgets. STRs can help communities small and large thrive when clear regulations are put in place. We worked with Airbnb to take a look at cities around the country that are developing regulatory frameworks for STRs. These cities worked with residents and other stakeholders to develop fair short-term rental rules that benefit local residents and their communities.