Move Track

These sessions dive into all aspects of mobility, including all modes of transportation, TDM, and trends shaping our industry.

Below are sessions by date and time for the Move Track:

Sunday, June 9
12:30 p.m. - 1:30 p.m.    

Stuck: Is Your Parking System Disabled by Disability Parking?
David Stein, New York City Department of Transportation

Moving past ADA compliance issues, sit with parking professionals in a roundtable setting discussing  best practices and on-going challenges in supporting access for disabled users in on-street parking  settings.  Focusing the discussion through a New York City lens, learn about innovative approaches, policy implications and how this issue is being integrated into more strategic curb management plans

·    Understand best practices and innovative approaches.
·    Learn how to address a vulnerable and politically sensitive subject matter.
·    Improve the operability of your curb.

1:45 p.m. - 2:45 p.m.    

Curbing Disabled Placard Abuse: Policies, Programs, and Practical Ideas from IPMI’s Accessible Parking Coalition
Gary Means, CAPP, Lexington & Fayette County (Ky.) Parking Authority; Peer Ghent, PE, LA Express Park

An update on the war against placard abuse and the quest to make parking accessible for people with disabilities. This session features IPMI-led Accessible Parking Coalition (APC) spokesperson and citizen activist Chris Hinds—credited with getting accessible parking legislation passed in Colorado—and examples of cities and universities succeeding in eliminating free accessible parking, building relationships within the disabled community, mobilizing citizen enforcers, and changing bad behaviors through signage and public education.
·        Understand the challenges face by people with disabilities, including some that will surprise parking and mobility professionals.
·        Find out how others are succeeding in reducing fraudulent use of placards and plates and making parking more accessible through innovative policies, legislation, public education programs, and more.
·        Learn what APC is doing to support efforts to curb placard abuse and make parking more accessible.

3:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. 

Pedaling for All with our Partners: Developing a Partnership to Offer Bike-share for All Students
David Sorrell, University of California, Berkeley

The parking and transportation department has paired up with Berkeley's Educational Opportunity Program (EOP) to provide BikeShare for All memberships, fully subsidized, to Pell and DREAM-eligible students. We will talk about the steps and the events leading up to more than 400 memberships being provided to those students, and data that help guide us to better use throughout the Bay Area (including the East Bay).

·    Learn to develop a sustainable program geared to low-income students.
·    Understand how to develop a relationship between a public (education) agency and a private company.
·    Know how to leverage a new transportation technology or program to a new customer base (that may not have had exposure).

Monday, June 10
8:00 a.m. - 9:00 a.m.    

Shared Mobility: The Scoop on Electric Scooters
David Singletary, Passport Inc; Tariq Bokhari, City of Charlotte (N.C.)

Often completely unannounced, scooters are dropped across cities in the U.S., causing many headaches for officials. City officials need to decide how to deal with this new mode of transportation, taking care to balance demand for these services with public safety and the overall mobility plan. Tariq and David will showcase how the City of Charlotte pioneered a progressive approach to shared-mobility services, creating one of the country’s strongest programs.

·    Understand the economics between optimal supply and demand of scooters to begin working toward achieving a balance in your own city/environment.
·    Create appropriate frameworks for dealing with the challenges of scooters.
·    Apply the key principles the City of Charlotte used to create its scooter program.


Tuesday, June 11
12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m.    

Eyes Open: Seven Emerging Trends Affecting Parking, Mobility, and the Smart Revolution
Brett Wood, CAPP, PE, Kimley-Horn.; Bridgette Brady, CAPP, Cornell University

This new presentation by IPMI’s Research Committee will discuss seven key trends and innovations in our industry that are fundamentally changing our business. Referencing information gained from the recent Emerging Trends in Parking survey, and research conducted by the IPMI Research Committee, the presentation will explore bleeding-edge disruptive and innovative trends, including demand for the curb, demographic trends, geospatial trends, the journey toward autonomous vehicles, and more.

·    Explore the ever-expanding world of mobility and its immediate effects on parking organizations.
·    Discuss seven key trends and technologies that are affecting our industry, now and in the foreseeable future.
·    Gain insight into the skills and resources parking professionals and their organizations will need to succeed in this changing mobility landscape.


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