NEW! GameChangers

   GameChanger sessions will dive into some of the "disrupters" transforming the industry and business operations. 

Sunday, June 9

3:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. 
Urban Planning, Real Estate, and Changing Mobility: Successes and War Stories
Laura Longsworth, Brookfield Properties; Kat Hanna, Lendlease; Roamy Valera, CAPP,  PayByPhone Technologies, Inc.
This interactive and conversational session will delve into the big picture of real estate, transportation, mobility, and of course, parking.  Our panelists will share observations and research related both the U.S. and U.K., exploring differences in policy context, consumer attitudes, and emerging and existing trends.  From planning cities for the future, to creating profitable, successful infrastructure and development projects, our speakers will dive into case studies illustrating the victories and success as well as the challenges, barriers, and some hard-fought lessons learned.  This conversation will challenge you to think about the value of parking assets in the context of changing mobility, addressing issues including adaptive reuse, congestion management, and last mile solutions. Bring your toughest questions – these policy, planning, and parking experts can’t wait to hear them.


Monday, June 10

8:00 a.m. - 9:00 a.m.    
Upping the Social Quotient: A Parking Program that Helps the Homeless
Mark Granado, Teresa Mayer, Los Angeles (Calif.) Department of Transportation, Parking Operations Division

In March 2017, the Los Angeles Department of Transportation launched the Community Assistance Parking Program to provide homeless individuals the option to perform community service in lieu of paying parking fines. The presentation will discuss the collaboration efforts to establish the program, policy hurdles to launching the program, and the effects it has had within the community. The presentation will also share performance data that measures the success of the program.  
  • Understand the process of creating a parking assistance program from the ground up.
  • Learn about potential risks that can hinder or delay the launch of a new City program.
  • Understand the relationships between social service providers, program participants, and other key City/public agencies.

Tuesday, June 11

8:00 a.m. - 9:00 a.m.    

SharedStreets: Digital Innovation in Parking, Micro-mobility, and City-wide Transportation Planning
Kevin Webb, Open Transport Partnership & SharedStreets

As new forms of dynamic regulation and coordination increasingly depend machine-readable definitions of streets and public space, cities are looking for strategies to modernize the data the manage and ensure this new form of digital infrastructure remains open. SharedStreets is building a non-proprietary language for describing street space. We'll explore ways cities and private sector innovators are working together using SharedStreets to map parking regulations, and manage new uses of the street including "dockless" micro-mobility.

12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m.    
Reimagining the Automobile in the Age of Smart Mobility  
Michael Hoffman, Porsche; Andy Gruber, PayByPhone

Parking infrastructure will be key to the success of smart cities in the next decade. If we are to create an environment where our vehicles will take us directly to the closest spaces to our destinations and automatically manage our parking sessions, including paying for them, integrating parking technology into vehicles’ technology platforms will be essential. Learn how the auto industry views the future of mobility and where parking technology fits in.
  • Understand how the automobile industry views smart cities and how they are working to achieve that vision.
  • Understand how parking technology will be a driving force in the success of smart cities.
  • Understand how the partnership between car makers and technology providers is changing the smart-city landscape.

Wednesday, June 12

9:45 a.m. - 10:45 a.m.    
Disruptive Mobility in the 21st Century
Dylan Jones, AIA, Gensler

This session will focus on the effects disruptive mobility is having and is likely to have on urban development and communities. The presentation will include a framework understanding of mobility as a shaping force, inclusive of vehicles, paths, and experience. A specific focus will be on the current disruptions in the mobility space, most notably micro-mobility – and what they mean for future development.
  • Examine the various effects mobility is having on real estate and urban development.
  • Discuss a proposed framework for understanding mobility including vehicles, paths, and experience.
  • Investigate trends in mircomobility and what they mean for future development.

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