San Francisco

Public-Private Partnerships in New Mobility

Evening Forum

From bikeshare acquisitions to scooter permitting, the past year has been an interesting one for public-private partnerships for transportation. While these new relationships have presented unforeseen challenges, they have also offered fresh opportunities in how transportation is delivered. Because contracts and partnerships permitting the private sector to deliver public transportation are likely to become more common in the future, what lessons can be learned from recent experiences? Co-presented by APA Northern California.

+ Adrian Leung / SFMTA
+ Kerby Olsen / Oakland Department of Transportation
+ Brian Wiedenmeier / San Francisco Bicycle Coalition
+ Clarrissa Cabansagan / TransForm
+ Arielle Fleisher / SPUR

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