The Movement Podcast goes live at CoMotion with panelists from across the mobility industry.
DURHAM, N.C., July 21, 2020 - TransLoc, Ford Mobility subsidiary and leader in transit technology solutions software, announced today that National Director of Policy and the Movement Podcast host Josh Cohen will moderate a panel discussion at the CoMotion Live conference on Wednesday, July 22.
The interactive panel discussion, Equity & Access: How to build a more just mobility community, features transportation and city leaders discussing what cities should look like in the future, how to deliver mobility, and what equity looks like in the context of both the built environment and transportation. Together, Josh and the panelists will tackle how to ensure mobility truly achieves its role as a human right with equitable access for all.
“Governments, transport providers, and mobility operators are all engaged in a long overdue discussion on equity, justice, and systemic racism, rethinking how they can better serve disenfranchised and marginalized communities,” Josh Cohen, TransLoc’s National Director of Policy, said. “It is critical that we move beyond talk and enact change to better serve disenfranchised and marginalized persons.”
Equity & Access: How to build a more just mobility community kicks off Wednesday, July 22 at 1 p.m. EDT/10 a.m. PDT, and features President and CEO of Smart Growth America, Calvin Gladney, Director of Mobility Innovation at Elemental Excelerator, Danielle Harris, and Senior Mobility Strategist for the City of Detroit's Office of Mobility Innovation, Stacey Matlen. Those wishing to attend can register here.
About TransLoc, Ride Systems, and DoubleMap
Together under the Ford Mobility umbrella, TransLoc, Ride Systems and DoubleMap deliver a one-stop-shop for transit providers seeking transit operations solutions. Recognized by Fast Company for their innovative technology, today their intelligent transportation software portfolio includes flexible demand response, fixed route systems, and planning services, providing a one-stop-shop for more than 1500 agencies and transit providers worldwide. They are the largest single provider of agency-owned microtransit systems for municipal transit agencies in the U.S, and their fixed route and on-demand systems are at the core of both cities and towns, and on university and business campuses. TransLoc, Ride Systems and DoubleMap have collectively partnered with agencies to deliver the highest level of service and win the confidence of the riding public for more than a decade.
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