San Francisco

How Can Emerging Mobility Technology Support Public Transit?

6:00 p.m. | Tuesday, September 25, 2018

Photo by flickr user Daniel Hoherd

How can new forms of private transportation — car shares, ride shares, scooter shares, e-bikes, autonomous vehicles and things we haven’t thought of yet — support public transit? Hear how design and policy leaders are creating better urban mobility hubs that put transit riders first and combine transit with the growing number of mobility options in a seamless and user-friendly way. Co-presented by SF Transit Riders.

+ Sahar Shirazi / WSP
+ Gerry Tierney / Perkins+Will
+ Danielle Harris / San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency Office of Innovation
+ Kay Cheng / San Francisco Transit Riders
+ Warren Logan / San Francisco County Transportation Authority

This event is part of San Francisco Transit Rider's Third Annual Transit Week, celebrating the riders that make San Francisco more livable and sustainable for everyone.


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