Tuesday, May 8 | 9:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. | Il Terrazzo, Lobby Level, Tampa Marriott Waterside Hotel
Route 1: Transforming Communities with Technological & Mobility Innovations
Route 2: Integrated, Coordinated Access & Mobility
Join your Bus & Paratransit Conference peers for a day dedicated to mobilitymanagement. Take advantage of the opportunity to discuss a variety of topics,including the impact of innovative mobility options on public transportationagencies’ operations; and learn how they are working with traditional and newmobility providers to promote and integrate these services to enhance the riderexperience.
Sponsored by APTA’s Mobility Management Committee with support from the National Center for Mobility Management
FEE: If you are registered forthe Bus & Paratransit Conference, there is no additional charge toattend Mobility Management Tuesday.
REGISTRATION: Pre-registration is not required. Please arrive at the designated meeting room early as space may be limited and participation is on a first-come, first-served basis.
QUESTIONS? Contact APTA’s Zach Smith at email@example.com
8 – 9:15 a.m.
APTA Bus & Paratransit Conference
GENERAL SESSION: Big Data’s Big Impact
Grand Ballroom F-J, 2nd Floor, Tampa Marriott Waterside Hotel
How transit is leveraging big data to improve service
see Program or conf app for session and speaker details
9:30 – 10:45 a.m.
Panel Session and Q&A
Mobility on Demand for All: Facing the EquityChallenge
Transit agenciesare confronting how best to compete or partner with the abundance of newtransportation modes, while complying with civil rights, environmental justice,and accessibility requirements. Join us for an overview of mobility ondemand (“MOD”) equity concerns and learn how transit agencies are assessing thebenefits and burdens of these new technologies and implementing them to havethe most positive effect and least adverse impact on protected populations.
Sally Goodman, Title VI Program Administrator, AC Transit (Alameda Contra-Costa Transit District), Oakland, CA
Shared Mobility and Equity
AC Transit’s Flex Service
Cap Metro’s Pickup App – Partnership with Via
Chad Ballentine, Director, Paratransit and OperationsTechnology, Capital Metropolitan Transportation Authority, Austin, TX
PSTA Mobility on Demand Programs
10:45 a.m. – 12:15 p.m.
Quick Takes & Discussions
Innovative Access and Mobility
Exploring Partnerships with Newand Traditional Mobility Partners
The emergence ofapp-based, on-demand mobility services has sparked the development of ‘mobilityecosystems’ among the transit industry, new mobility providers and traditionalpartners that increase the reliability of point-to-point service for customers.However, the industry is obliged to ensure equity and access for all riders asagencies find ways to increase service, while providing efficient rides at alow cost. Join this session to learn how new mobility options that involveinnovative fare payment methods and on-demand service contribute to improvedaccessibility to transit with a rapid-fire presentation format and a deep-divediscussion to follow.
Judy L. Shanley,Ph.D., Co-Director, National Center for Mobility Management and AVPEducation & Youth Transition, Easter Seals, Chicago, IL
Richard A. Weaver,Co-Director, National Center for Mobility Management; Chair, National CompleteStreets Coalition; and Director–Planning, Policy & Sustainability, AmericanPublic Transportation Association, Washington, DC
Use TNC to Provide AlternativeTransportation Mode
Think Outside the Box: Working with Social Services to Provide Access to Healthcare
Tina H.T. Wu, AICP, Senior Technical Transit Planner, RegionalTransportation Commission of Washoe County, Reno, NV
Transit Stop Level Accessibility to MaximizeCommunity Mobility
Carol L. Ketcherside, AICP, Deputy Director, Planning & Development, Valley Metro, Phoenix, AZ
Microtransit and the Evolution ofParatransit
Sasha Pejcic, Managing Senior Associate Transportation, Transit Advisory Lead, Stantec Consulting Services Inc., Dallas, TX
Building for a Rapidly Changing Future byImplementing a Shared Vision for Transit
Chester Knapp, Transportation Planner III, King County MetroTransit Division/Department of Transportation, Seattle, WA
Partnerships with Purpose: Reframing Emerging Mobility Partnerships to Reach Effective Solutions
Dan Berez, Associate, NelsonNygaard Consulting Associates, Inc., Boston, MA
Oh,the Places You’ll Go: Creating Effective PPPs between Transit Agencies andRidesharing Services
AndyKosinski, SeniorTransportation Engineer/Planner, Fehr & Peers, San Francisco, CA
Pickup by CapMetro – On Demand Bus Service
Tony Lynch, Mobility Manager, Capital MetropolitanTransportation Authority, Austin, TX
LouisPappas, Business Development Principal, Via Transportation, Inc., New York,NY
Group Discussion:Highlights from Table-Top Sessions
Judy Shanley and RichWeaver
12:15- 1:30 p.m.
LUNCH AT APTA BUS PRODUCTS & SERVICES SHOWCASE
1:30 – 2:45 p.m.
Panel Session and Q&A
First/Last Mile Solutions
Communities are striving to leverage their transitinvestments and improve mobility residents by exploring additional firstmile-last mile solutions. Join this session for a deep-dive discussion onstrategies agencies and new mobility providers are doing to connect riders totransit.
Connecting People to Transit
Thaddeus Wozniak, P.E., Project Manager, CDM Smith, San Francisco,CA
Michael Bjork, Transit Engineer, CDM Smith, Seattle, WA
Microtransit in Sacramento
WhatComes after Microtransit? Stepping Up from Microtransit to Transformation ofthe Entire Service
Guilhem Hammel, Senior Project Manager, GIRO Inc., Montréal, PQ
2:45 – 4:15 p.m.
Panel Session and Q&A
Lead, Follow, or Get Left Behind
Transportation is currently undergoing a transformation. Nowis the time to start preparing the right regulatory framework for automatedbuses and circulators to ensure they will service public policy goals. Forexample, potential changes to land-use and development might occur whenautomated bus or circulator service is implemented, which impacts curb parking,pedestrian facilities and building accessibility. Other issues that may ariseto prepare for the onset of automated transit vehicles include equity, safetyand other policy implications that have yet to be identified.
Join this panel session to hear about the challenges andopportunities in the planning and deployment of automated bus service.
DennisHinebaugh, Chair, BRT Council; Director, National Bus Rapid Transit Institute (NBRTI) andDirector of Administrator, National Center for Transit Research (NCTR), Centerfor Urban Transportation Research/College of Engineering, University of SouthFlorida, Tampa, FL
LYNX Autonomous Vehicle Mobility Initiative
Doug Jamison, Senior ITS Developer, LYNX – CentralFlorida Regional Transportation Authority, Orlando, FL
Florida’sBabcock Ranch: A Living Lab for Automation 2.0
Richard Alexander, Executive Vice President, BusinessDevelopment and Innovation, Transdev North America, Lombard, IL
Ultimate UrbanCirculator (U2C)
Brad Thoburn, Vice President, Planning, Development andInnovation, Jacksonville Transportation Authority, Jacksonville, FL
Navya Autonomous Shuttle
MJ Maynard, Member, APTA Board of Directors; Deputy General Manager, Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada, Las Vegas, NV
Maurice Bell, Vice President of Mobility Solutions, Keolis Transit America, Los Angeles, CA
5 – 6 p.m.
BRT Council Meeting
Meeting Room 5-6, 2nd Floor, Tampa Marriott Waterside Hotel
Chair, Dennis Hinebaugh