Updated List of Speakers and Agenda for UCB Shared Use Mobility Summit, October 10 & 11 San

Academics, Transportation Ops, Car Rental, Government Planners, Futurists, Marketers and Technologists come together at the Shared Use Mobility Summit arranged by University of California, Berkeley's Transportation Sustainability Research Center.
By: Transportation Sustainability Research Center
SAN FRANCISCO - Sept. 4, 2013 - PRLog -- UC Berkeley Shared-Use Mobility Summit   Oct 10 & 11,  2013,  San Francisco

speaker bios and topics:http://www.sharedusesummit.org/#!speakers/cczi

program:  http://www.sharedusesummit.org/#!program/c1jxp

registration:  https://registration.techtransfer.berkeley.edu/CourseStatus.awp?~~1320SUS1011

The economic, social, environmental, future, marketing and technological aspects of sustainable transportation dominate the agenda.

Here are high level synopses of some topics to be covered:

The Nuts & Bolts:Carsharing, Bikesharing, Personal Vehicle Sharing, Ridesharing, Innovations for Providing & Sharing Rides, and Shuttle Services

Policy Approaches for City and County Governance Micro Level:

Considers existing and proposed shared-use mobility policy, both supportive and not,   at a local government and regulatory level.

Explores metrics for success of shared-use mobility in terms of  environmental sustainability, congestion mitigation, enhanced access, multi-modality, economic development, and job creation.

The Future of Mobility and Transportation Policy and Planning Macro Level:

Emphasizes sustainability, equity, access, multi-modality, and economic development on a “macro” or national level.  Features prominent transportation policymakers re-imagining future transportation investments, policy,  planning and public/private cooperation.

Fostering Multi-Modal Integration and Public Transit Connections

The terminal, transfer point, fare systems, regulation and other key factors in building towards seamless, efficient and affordable regional and national shared-use transport nets.

Insuring Shared-Use Mobility Services- Past, present and future challenges to insuring shared-use systems. Insurance recommendations for shared-use mobility services, shared-use actuarial data, and common methods for determining premiums. Strategies for overcoming insurance obstacles.

Education, Outreach, and Public Engagement- Mechanisms for education and outreach to and from stakeholders, governments, and the public. Recommended communication and marketing strategies for shared-use mobility programs, including social media strategies.

Bikesharing:  Funding 2.0 - Funding mechanisms for bikesharing capital investment in equipment, operations, and expansion.

Ridesharing Institute Breakout - Facilitated discussion to examine opportunities and obstacles to doubling ridesharing within the decade. The Ridesharing Institute (http://www.ridesharinginstitute.org/) is a partner/supporter of the Summit.

Scaling the Shared-Use Marketplaces -  Participants collectively share their years of experience founding and expanding shared transportation experiences, models, successes and failures.

The Future of Shared-Use Mobility

This final session includes highlights from the summit and considers the future of shared-use mobility, multi-modal integration, and potential impacts on transportation planning and policy.

Success Stories and much more from Speakers including:

speaker bios and topics:http://www.sharedusesummit.org/#!speakers/cczi

program:  http://www.sharedusesummit.org/#!program/c1jxp

registration:  https://registration.techtransfer.berkeley.edu/CourseStatus.awp?~~1320SUS1011

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