Webinar: Mobility Innovations: Rethinking Transit During and After COVID-19

Webinar: Mobility Innovations: Rethinking Transit During and After COVID-19

June 23, 2020 2:00 pm to 2:30 pm ET

In just a few months, the paradigm for transit has been upended. Agencies and the organizations that support them are adopting radically different operational models to meet essential needs balanced with requirements for physical distancing, sanitation, and tighter budgets. In this webinar, leaders at Los Angeles County Metro and Via will discuss how their organizations are proactively responding to the crisis and setting the stage for the future of transit.

Speakers:
Dillon Twombly, Chief Revenue Officer, Via
Joshua Schank, Chief Innovation Officer, Los Angeles County Metro
Alice Grossman Ph.D, Senior Policy Analyst, Eno Center for Transportation


Dillon Twombly is the Chief Revenue Officer for Via, the world’s leading provider and developer of on-demand public mobility solutions. Before joining Via, Dillon held senior leadership positions at Dataminr, MetLife and a political risk consulting boutique. Prior to joining the private sector, Dillon completed three field tours as an Operations Officer with the Central Intelligence Agency. Dillon is a former Term Member at the Council on Foreign Relations and a founding member of the Ambassador Council at the International Crisis Group. He holds a BA in History from Trinity College in Connecticut, an MBA in Finance from the University of North Carolina, and speaks Turkish.

Joshua Schank is the first-ever Chief Innovation Officer for the Los Angeles County Metro and former President and CEO of the Eno Center for Transportation. Dr. Schank, who is an urban planner, has worked on federal and state transportation policy over a decade. Dr. Schank was Transportation Policy Advisor to Senator Hillary Clinton during the development of the last six year transportation authorization bill (SAFETEA-LU). He has also worked as a Consultant with PB Consult and Senior Associate at ICF International in Washington, D.C., as well as the Office of the Inspector General’s in the U.S. Department of Transportation, and with the Permanent Citizens Advisory Committee of the Metropolitan Transportation Authority in New York City.

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