2021 Mobility Management Forum
NCMM held our 2021 Mobility Management Forum at CTAA’s EXPO 2021 in Richmond, Virginia on Tuesday, November 9. The opening session highlighted 10 speakers on four panels, live-streamed, with the full event and questions asked by attendees and answered by panelists shown in full. View it above!
Opening Remarks and NCMM Update
Amy Conrick, Director, NCMM
How to Address Equity in Transportation Services
Prof. Tierra S. Bills, Transportation Research Group, Wayne State University
Innovative Services in the Commonwealth of Virginia
Chris Blankenship, Mobility & Med Ride Program Coordinator, Pulaski Co, VA
Dawn Missory, former Mobility Manager, Chesterfield Co.
Katherine Newman, Mobility Manager, Bay Transit
Brittany Voll, Transit Programs Manager, Virginia Department of Rail and Public Transportation
Advancing Transportation Through Cross-Sector Partnerships
Steven DaCosta, Transportation Planning Specialist, Greater Mercer TMA, Mercer Co., NJ
Stephanie Davis, Mobility Programs Coordinator, Embark, Oklahoma City OK
Staci Sahoo, Director, Mobility Management, Hopelink, King. Co., WA
Applying MaaS strategies to Advance Transportation Options in Smaller Communities
Janae Futrell, Principal, Civic Sphere
Dr. Göran Smith, RISE Research Institutes of Sweden
About the Poster Session
The National Center for Mobility Management has held four annual Mobility Management Poster Sessions, starting in 2016, at the Community Transportation Association of America’s EXPO conference. CTAA’s EXPO is attended by over 1,000 transit agencies, mobility management professionals, and transportation-related entities. The poster sessions give mobility management practitioners a chance to shine and share their innovative practices in an informal setting, open to all EXPO attendees. The EXPO intensive trainings and workshops have brought plenty of interested attendees to the poster sessions and provide good learning opportunities for mobility management professionals, as well.
Selected presenters display their posters during the Trade Fair reception and lunch and respond to EXPO attendees’ questions about the projects described in the posters. A $500 stipend will be mailed to each presenter once EXPO is completed.
2021 Poster Presenters
- VAMM’s Tools for Success
- Improved Transportation Access and Better Health Outcomes
- Inclusion Matters
- Trans-con Region – Central Mississippi Coordination Through COVID-19 And Community Forecast 2022: The Seamless Seven