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Creating a More Equitable Transportation System Through Mobility on Demand (MOD)
Are you interested in a career in transportation? Do you want to learn more about how technology can improve the safety and efficiency of the transportation system and increase access for all users? Make sure you register for this opportunity to hear from some of the top thought leaders working in the MOD space.

MOD, as defined by the U.S. Department of Transportation, is a vision for an integrated multimodal network of safe, carefree, and reliable transportation options that are available to all, both through personalized mobility and goods delivery. Together with transit, emerging modes and services and evolving transportation operations can potentially provide – and in some areas are already being leveraged to provide – a range of mobility benefits to travelers.

In this session you will hear from thought leaders about how new and transformative MOD trends are changing the landscape of transportation options available and helping to create a more equitable system for all users. In addition, Industry professionals will share their personal experiences working with cutting-edge technologies that are being developed and deployed to improve the safety and efficiency of the transportation system, highlight their challenges and successes in the field, and discuss how to prepare for entering the transportation workforce.

Speakers/Panelists:
• Dr. Firas Ibrahim – Director, Office of Research, Development, and Technology – U.S. DOT (Moderator)
• Susan Shaheen, Ph.D. – Professor, Civil and Environmental Engineering – UC Berkeley
• Sophia Mohr – Chief Innovation Officer – Central Ohio Transit Authority
• Brit Moller – Head of Public Policy – Spin
• Dwight Mengel – Chief Transportation Planner – Tompkins County Department of Social Services, NY

NOTE: If you have any questions for the panelists please feel free to provide them in the "Questions & Comments Section" below

Sep 14, 2022 01:30 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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