December 10-11, 2020
Stan Caldwell, Executive Director, and Lisa Kay Schweyer, Program Manager, Traffic21 Institute, and Mobility21 National University Transportation Center moderated 2 conference sessions during the Transportation Engineering and Safety conference on changes in transportation/mobility operation due to COVID-19 and the future of shared mobility.
The first session topic areas and featured speakers were:
- Transit, Mark Cassel, director of Service Planning, Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA)
- City Mobility, Lolly Walsh, Move 412, Pittsburgh Mobility Collective
- Micromobility, Ngani Ndimbie, executive policy specialist, PennDOT and former Traffic21/Mobility21 UTC Woman in Transportation Fellow
- Consultant Perspective, David C. DiGioia, P.E., McMahon Associates, Inc.
View recording here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DLCgraPoFaA&feature=youtu.be
The second session topic areas and featured speakers were:
- Regional Planning, Vincent Valdes, executive director, Southwestern Pennsylvania Commission
- Commuter Transportation, Connie McGee, president, Association for Commuter Transportation (ACT)
- Transportation Management Association, Lynn Manion, executive director, Airport Corridor Transportation Association
- University Transportation, Jason Thomas, Special Projects Coordinator Transportation Services, Penn State
View recording here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AEPzQMquyAY&feature=youtu.be
“The Transportation Engineering and Safety Conference (TESC) — an annual gathering of professionals from throughout Pennsylvania, the mid-Atlantic region, and the country — continues to deliver authoritative information on pressing issues from some of the foremost experts in transportation today. Vigorous interaction and discussion among presenters and attendees is built into the program format, and optional certification training allow for more in-depth probing of selected topics.”