Urban Mobility Workshop: Public-Private Collaboration and Data Sharing

Thursday, June 19, 2014, 1:00 to 4 PM PDT/Streamed Panel Discussion: 1:30 to 3:30 PM PDT/ 4:30 to 6:30 PM EDT

Meeting in San Francisco

 

MEET THE PANEL

 

Co-Sponsored by: 

 

 

 

This Workshop is a result of the March 27, 2014 Workshop held by Agrion, Perkins + Will, and UC Berkeley’s Transportation Sustainability Research Center (TSRC):

 Evolving Urban Mobility—A New Regulatory Environment

 

 

Urban mobility experts from the public and private sectors  collaboratively  focused on three areas: The User, The Public Agency’s Role, and Integrating the Private Sector.  After engaging  in a breakout brainstorming session, the following key challenges were identified:

 

 

1. The need to create a “safe place” in which mobility pilot programs can be carried out.

 

·     2. The need for greater data sharing to support understanding of innovative mobility options for planning and public policy purposes.

 

·     3. Equity. The ability to access any form of innovative mobility through digital means needs to consider the fact that not all segments of our population have the hardware [phones, etc.] or data plans, which will support this. This needs to be addressed so as not to disenfranchise segments of our population.

 

·     4. Current planning models do not have access to the data being generated by the private employer shuttles or the shared mobility environment, for instance. Since these innovative modes represent an increasingly larger part of the transportation environment their data needs to be included and integrated into transportation and land use planning models. 

 

·     5. Safety and Liability. Innovative mobility options should provide the same level of safety and liability as is currently provided by public transit or other modes controlled by public agencies.

 

·     6. How do we incentivize innovation and good behavior?

 

 

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In our June 19th workshop, again with TSRC and Perkins + Will as co-sponsors,  we’ll convene a similar group of urban mobility experts to seek answers to these challenges, particularly data sharing between public and private sectors, and refining the models which interpret and forecast urban mobility trends.

  

 

Agenda

 

1:00 pm: Networking

1:30 pm: Introductions / Overview

1:45 pm: Transportation & Land Use Relationship

1:55 pm: What do transit modelers need?

2:05 pm: Private sector related data & issues

2:15 pm: Public sector related data & issues

2:25 pm: Public policy to optimize data for data modelers

2:40 pm: Open discussion between modelers and data providers

3:25 pm: Summary wrap-up and next steps

3:30 pm: Networking (until 4:00 pm)

 

   

 

The specific location of this meeting in downtown San Francisco will be provided to authorized onsite registrants.  The video stream of the event will  be "live", but will also be available within two business days to authorized onsite and streaming registrants.

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American Planning Associatio
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LinkedIn Corporation
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Federal Agency
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Center for Climate Protectio
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SF Environment
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SF Environmnet
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Port of Oakland
Director of Engineering
CDM Smith
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EcoDistricts
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CHS Consulting Group
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TransitScreen
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BMW Group
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San Francisco International
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RidePal
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Intuit
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UC Berkeley Extension
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SF Environment
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City CarShare
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Perkins+Will
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Metropolitan Transportation
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Agrion
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Recargo
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The Selestos Group, Inc.
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Metropolitan Transportation
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AECOM
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Cambridge Systematics
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TranSystems
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Renault
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Perkins+Will
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Ridesharing Institute
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RidePal, Inc.
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Caltrans
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SFMTA
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AECOM
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Alameda County
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CITY OF SAN JOSE, ENVIRONMEN
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San Francisco County Transpo
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ICLEI USA
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RAS Engineering PA
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UC Berkeley
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San Jose Department of Trans
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Perkins+Will
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University of Illinois Urban
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Susan Shaheen
UC Berkeley
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Gerry Tierney
Perkins+Will
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Eric Womeldorff
Fehr & Peers
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Ken Kirkey
Metropolitan Transportation Commission
Planning Director
Timothy Papandreou
SFMTA
Deputy Director Sustainable Streets
Zabe Bent
Nelson\Nygaard
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