Friday Transportation Seminars at Portland State University have been a tradition since 2000. You can join us in person at 11:30 AM, or you can also watch online.
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It has been more than two years since shared scooters first appeared in Santa Monica, California and more than four years since the first dockless bikeshare bikes appeared in China. As shared micromobility has experimented in its deployment and operations across the globe, cities have also been experimenting with ways to regulate and manage this phenomenon in a way that best achieves public outcomes. But how do we best protect individual rights' while still protecting the right-of-way?
This seminar will discuss experiences from cities with micromobility programs and considerations for agency staff and elected officials when launching and overseeing a program, including: data sharing and privacy, goal setting, approval approach, equity targets, caps, fees, safety, and approaches for minimizing negative impacts.
KEY LEARNING TAKEAWAYS
- The best programs reflect true private / public collaboration built on trust and respect.
- Different actors have different definitions of success, but there is significant overlap.
- Equity is complicated.
- Your analysis is only as good as the data you rely on.
William Henderson, CEO, Ride Report
William Henderson is the Chief Executive Officer and co-founder of Ride Report, a tool that helps cities manage micromobility. Ride Report empowers cities to bring new, clean forms of transportation to life. The company handles data for cities and operators around the world. Henderson also co-founded Business for a Better Portland (BBPDX) and Knock Software, Inc.
This 60-minute seminar is eligible for 1 hour of professional development credit for AICP (see our provider summary). We provide an electronic attendance certificate for other types of certification maintenance.
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The Transportation Research and Education Center (TREC) at Portland State University is home to the National Institute for Transportation and Communities (NITC), the Initiative for Bicycle and Pedestrian Innovation (IBPI), and other transportation programs. TREC produces research and tools for transportation decision makers, develops K-12 curriculum to expand the diversity and capacity of the workforce, and engages students and professionals through education.