RideAmigos to lead workshop at the upcoming Transportation Research Board’s 96th Annual Meeting
Interested in learning more about the roles public transit, shared mobility, and advanced technology play in recent transportation-related competitions?
Want to be part of the industry-wide conversation about how to advance multimodal mobility?
Going to the 96th Annual TRB Meeting in Washington DC Jan. 8 – 12?
If so, plan to join RideAmigos CEO Jeffrey Chernick and Director of Engagement Prachi Vakharia along with Susan Shaheen from the University of California, Berkeley, Transportation Sustainability Research Cent as they co-host a one-day workshop featuring thought leaders and finalists from the 2016 U.S. DOT’s Smart City Challenge and FTA’s “Mobility on Demand” (MOD) Sandbox.
This session will feature the U.S. DOT Smart City Challenge winner: Columbus, Ohio, and highlights pilot projects from the FTA MOD Sandbox, along with selected public-private partnerships and research initiatives on the future of mobility. Government, industry, and academic thought leaders will present and participate in panel discussions with the audience about the pilot projects and next steps, emphasizing the future of multimodal mobility. In the second half of the workshop, attendees will participate in interactive breakout sessions and report back on next steps for advancing research understanding and documenting best practices in public transport innovation.