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INNOVATION: Emerging

Industry Experts Discuss Innovative Transit and Mobility Practices

Wednesday, May 22, 10:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

Room: Catalina (Renaissance)

Three industry experts will each address these three topics, giving an overview of the state of practice in those topic areas and defining key terms and strategies: 1. Technology-Enabled Transportation Services, 2. Innovations in Transit Vehicles, and 3. Mining Data to Improve/Develop Transit Services. Attendees will be provided with a guide to the Innovation Track with questions to help them evaluate which of the innovative practices they hear about might be incorporated into their system to improve operations.

Speakers:

  • Kevin Chambers, Full Path Transit Technology
  • Halsey King, Halsey King & Associates, Inc.
  • Lulit Tesfaye, Enterprise Knowledge

INNOVATION: Intermediate

Practical Applications of Innovative Transit and Mobility Practices

Wednesday, May 22, 3:00-5:00 p.m.

Room: Catalina (Renaissance)

Transit systems that have implemented one or more innovation practices introduced in the emerging session (1. Technology-Enabled Transportation Services, 2. Innovations in Transit Vehicles, and 3. Mining Data to Improve/Develop Transit Services) will provide details on what they did, why they did it, and what the impact has been. Multiple systems will present on each of the Innovation topics in a short presentation. The session will give attendees the chance to understand the practical applications of the innovative practices discussed.

Speakers

  • Joanne L. Shelly, RLA AICP LEED BD+C, City of Dublin OH
  • Brad Sheffield, AICP, CEO, JAUNT
  • Paige West, Rogue Valley Transportation District
  • Mark Kutzer, Centre Area Transportation System (Catabus)
  • Karen Winger, Gwinnet County Transit
  • Kendra McGeady, Pelivan Transit
  • Bill Loper, SunLine Transit (Invited)
  • Paul Buck, City of Belleville Transit (Invited)
  • Gulnara Muradayan, Antelope Valley Ride (Invited)

INNOVATION: advanced

A Deep Dive into Implementing Innovative Transit and Mobility Practices

Thursday, May 23, 8:30 - 10:30 a.m.

Room: Catalina (Renaissance)

This is the session that allows attendees to really do a deep dive into the details of the innovative practices presented in the Emerging and Intermediate session (1. Technology-Enabled Transportation Services, 2. Innovations in Transit Vehicles, and 3. Mining Data to Improve/Develop Transit Services). Attendees will have the opportunity to join 1-3 small table discussion to ask questions of the presenters from the Emerging and Intermediate session as well as invited transit agency staff and vendors.

Speakers

  • Kevin Chambers, Full Path Transit Technology
  • Halsey King, Halsey King & Associates, Inc.
  • Lulit Tesfaye, Enterprise Knowledge
  • Joanne L. Shelly, RLA AICP LEED BD+C, City of Dublin OH
  • Brad Sheffield, AICP, CEO, JAUNT
  • Melissa Lowry, Rogue Valley Transportation District
  • Mark Kutzer, Centre Area Transportation System (Catabus)
  • Karen Winger, Gwinnet County Transit
  • Kendra McGeady, Pelivan Transit
  • Velvet Basemera-Fitzpatrick, Transportation Research Board
  • Bill Loper, SunLine Transit (Invited)
  • Paul Buck, City of Belleville Transit (Invited)
  • Gulnara Muradayan, Antelope Valley Ride (Invited)

Invited Vendors

  • Nathan Slater, TransDev
  • Jeremy Eves, Pantonium
  • Ryan McManus, SHARE
  • Derek Platow, CTS Software
  • Roger Teal, Demand Trans
  • Isaac Shapiro and Cara Hunt, Remix
  • Thomas Craig, Trillium
  • Carl Harr, Liquid Spring (Invited)

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