Agenda

CommuteCon 2019, February 13th

12pm – 4pm Eastern
9am – 1pm  Pacific

Note: All times listed below are Pacific timezone. 

9:00 AM

Welcome / Opening Remarks

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9:10 AM

Affordable, Abundant Mobility for the Cost-Burdened

Cities across North America are facing critical affordability challenges, which are largely centered around low-income communities of color. Lime’s mission is to make the places we live and work more accessible through affordable and abundant mobility. This session will discuss how micromobility is unlocking access to economic and social opportunities, and how Lime specifically is helping to improve mobility choice and job access to cost-burdened commuters.

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Evan Costagliola
Director of Transportation Partnerships
Lime

9:25 AM

Shared Mobility and Micromobility Today

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Adam Cohen
Research Associate, Innovative Mobility Research Group
Transportation Sustainability Research Center (TSRC)

9:40 AM

Transport What You Treasure

Kite’s approach to developing a comprehensive transportation program started from the ground up – rather than focusing on governmental requirements, they engaged the key stakeholders of the business, assessed the culture, and mapped the people and pain points. As a result, the transportation program addresses the needs of their employees both getting to work and around the campus and is more comprehensive in nature – a “something for everyone” model. Focusing on context-specific solutions and the modern mobility infrastructure – from scooters to Waze Carpool to fixed route transit, Kite employees can commute and travel more sustainability and comfortably – with the end result also aligning well with local regulations!

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Tamar Fuhrer
Associate Director, Transportation and Commuter Services
Kite Pharma

9:55 AM

Introducing Waze Carpool

Learn about the latest news and mobility advancements from Waze Carpool - a CommuteCon 2019 sponsor

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Josh Fried
Head of Waze Carpool
Waze

10:00 AM

Break

Stretch your legs, answer an interactive audience poll, or share your favorite transportation joke!

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10:05 AM

Scale Up! TDM Strategies for Large Employers

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Shawn Chavira
Associate Director of Transportation
University of Southern California

10:20 AM

Keynote Presentation - Scaling Micromobility

Ryan is a pioneer of the bike share and scooter share industry. Join us for a look back at how far we've come and where we might be going next.

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Ryan Rzepecki
Founder
JUMP

10:40 AM

Mobility as a Service in Sweden — Advancements Made and Lessons Learned

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Jana Sochor
Senior Researcher
RISE Viktoria

10:55 AM

Lightning Talk: Association for Commuter Transportation

Learn about the latest news and opportunities from the Association for Commuter Transportation - a CommuteCon 2019 Association Partner.

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David Straus
Executive Director
Association for Commuter Transportation

11:00 AM

Break

Stretch your legs, answer an interactive audience poll, or share your favorite transportation joke!

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11:05 AM

Climb, Climate, Commute

Patagonia has long integrated its love and care for nature as part of its corporate identity. Following the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill off the southern coast of the United States, the company experienced a surge in employee activism that embraced reduced reliance on fossil fuels. That commitment played a major role in shaping the company’s new approach to its commuter programs.

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Paul Hendricks
Environmental Responsibility Manager
Patagonia

11:20 AM

Incentives Work! (Sort of): Exploring ways to make incentives work better and budgets go further

Driving alone is one of the most deeply ingrained default behaviors among Americans. And while we all know that incentives can be powerful tools for behavior change, they are often ineffective in shifting commuter mode choice long term. In this talk we will explore the idea of incentives, what they are, and why they can work. We will demonstrate why, in some cases, they do not work. And finally we will explore some ideas that may, when implemented as part of a robust program, make incentives more effective and allow our budgets to go further.

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Corey Tucker
Director of Customer Success
RideAmigos

11:35 AM

Solving employee commute problems with new mobility options: Private shuttles, micromobility, and more

A recent study showed 23 percent of employees have left a job because of a bad commute. TransitScreen, a CommuteCon 2019 sponsor, offers a way to bring all your commuter transportation efforts together, enhancing the employee experience and cutting through the commute chaos.

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Matt Caywood
CEO
TransitScreen

11:40 AM

Break

Stretch your legs, answer an interactive audience poll, or share your favorite transportation joke!

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11:45 AM

Providing Commuter Transportation Programs as a Government Employer

Learn about how Alameda County is working to influence commuter habits and solve unique problems through creative commuter programs such as parking cash out.

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Phillip Kobernick
Acting Logistics Services Manager
Alameda County

12:00 PM

Creative Solutions in a City with Few Barriers to Driving Alone

Motivating commuters to adopt sustainable commuting habits in a small urban area poses unique challenges. With low traffic, adequate parking in most areas and affordable downtown parking, Missoula commuters face minimal external barriers to driving alone.

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Katherine Auge
Program Coordinator
Missoula in Motion

12:15 PM

No ‘Free Parking’: How new IRS rules will change employer transportation

Recent changes in IRS rules may have a big impact on the transportation benefits employers offer their employees. Jason Pavluchuk from Pavluchuk & Associates and Coalition for Smarter Transportation (a CommuteCon 2019 sponsor) will help explain the new rules and the opportunities they create.

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Jason Pavluchuk
Founder
Pavluchuk & Associates, CoaST

12:25 PM

Channel the Youth: TDM strategic planning with student voices

UC Berkeley recently updated their strategic plan to provide a balance of solutions between Faculty/Staff and students. Learn how they enlisted students to provide guidance and input in the design of the strategic plan and also the various student programs which address the need for student input, student participation, and creating a culture of transit fans.

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David Sorrell
Manager, Mobility Solutions Programs & TDM Administrator
UC Berkeley

12:40 PM

3 Steps Toward Mobility on Demand

In this session, Gary Hsueh from Prospect Silicon Valley will describe three efforts to accelerate the deployment of Mobility on Demand in the San Francisco Bay Area: The City of Palo Alto’s Fair Value Commuting project; market research for automated shuttles; and Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority’s project to develop an Automated Electric Accessible Vehicle.

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Gary Hsueh
Director of Mobility Programs
Prospect Silicon Valley

12:55 PM

Closing

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Jeffrey Chernick
Founder & Director
RideAmigos

CommuteCon 2019 is Presented By

RideAmigos

Sponsors

ScoopTransitScreenWaze Carpool

Association Partners

Association for Commuter TransportationCoalition for Smarter Transportation