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Moving Together: National Shared Mobility Summit

September 28, 2015 - September 30, 2015

The Shared-Use Mobility Center and North American Bike Share Association will hold the summit Moving Together Monday, 28 September 2015  – Wednesday, 30 September 2015 in Chicago.

The summit will bring together transportation and policy leaders from across the country to Chicago on September 28-30 to discuss new developments in shared mobility, foster collaboration between the public and private sectors, and explore new solutions related to integration, equity, use of public space and more. Register today!

Building on the success of the shared mobility summits in San Francisco in 2013 and Washington, D.C. in 2014, Move Together will feature a series of interactive, hands-on sessions with influential mobility leaders as well as advanced practitioner break-outs. The conference will be conducted in partnership with the North American Bike Share Association’s (NABSA) 2015 Annual Meeting and will feature some shared programming.

Featured speakers include:

  • Sarah Hunter, Head of Public Policy, Google
  • Gabe Klein, Special Venture Partner, Fontinalis Partners
  • Sue Zielinski, Managing Director of SMART, University of Michigan
  • Scott Kubly, Director, Seattle Department of Transportation
  • Seleta Reynolds, General Manager, LA Department of Transportation
  • Sam Zimbabwe, Associate Director of Policy, Planning & Sustainability Administration, District of Columbia Department of Transportation
  • Emily Castor, Director of Transportation Policy, Lyft
  • Amanda Eaken, Deputy Director, NRDC
  • Zach Wasserman, Vice President, Via
  • David Bragdon, Executive Director, TransitCenter
  • Randy Neufeld, Director, SRAM Cycling Fund
  • Jennifer Dill, Portland State University

 

Venue

Unnamed Venue
Chicago, IL United States

Organizer

National Shared Use Mobility Center
Website:
http://sharedusemobilitycenter.org/

Note: All event times are in the local time zone for in-person events and in U.S. Eastern Time for web-based events.