Mobility Data Sharing: How Cities are Using New Data for Policy and Planning
With the explosion of shared mobility services across the globe, cities have begun to request and require access to data from private shared fleet operators deploying vehicles within their boundaries. These private companies are amassing large amounts of data on when, where, and how people are traveling. Now, cities are asking for that information to help staff make more informed transportation infrastructure and policy decisions.
How does mobility data-sharing work, and what are the challenges and opportunities for public agencies who want to benefit from the transportation data created by scooter-share, bike-share, car-share, and ride-hail? Join Populus CEO, Regina Clewlow for a webinar providing an overview of the key opportunities and pain points around data-sharing, and examples of how cities are using data for policy and planning.
Dr. Alice Grossman, Senior Policy Analyst, Eno Center for Transportation
Regina Clewlow, CEO, Populus
Regina (CEO & Co-founder) is a leading expert on shared mobility, autonomous vehicles, and harnessing big data to simulate the future of regional and global transportation systems. She has served in research and lecturer roles at Stanford, UC Davis, and UC Berkeley. Following her academic career, Regina served as the Director of Business Development & Strategy at moovel, Daimler automotive’s mobility services arm. She has been honored as an MIT Energy Fellow, EPA STAR Fellow, DOT Eisenhower Transportation Fellow, and Mass Transit 40 Under 40. She holds a Ph.D. in transportation and energy systems from MIT, and a B.S. in computer science from Cornell.