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This masterclass is for local authorities planning or working with shared transport schemes – from bike share to car clubs, demand responsive transport to micro mobility. Shared transport innovations provide new opportunities for integrating urban and rural mobility options into wider transport plans. Car-sharing, bike-sharing, ride-sharing, Demand Responsive Transit, micro transit and micro mobility can offer first and last mile solutions and provide transport services that are simply not viable using traditional public transport models.
The primary objective of the Shared Transport Masterclass is to bring together local authority planners and decision-makers with entrepreneurs and operators across the shared transport sector and to create a toolkit for successfully embedding shared transport schemes in transport strategy.
Shared mobility services also offer key benefits to towns and cities: cutting congestion, improving air quality, keeping fares low and encouraging active travel. Technology has made shared modes, combined with public transport, a viable alternative to private car use. Shared modes are now cheaper, easier and more efficient at every stage, including journey planning, sourcing a transport option, booking, paying, sharing journey information and saving receipts. New shared mobility operators are coming to market all the time.
This event follows the highly successful Bike Share Masterclass that was organised in January 2018 in partnership with Department for Transport. Opportunities are now available to speak, sponsor and exhibit at this event.
Shared transport masterclass: Integrating shared mobility as part of integrated transport strategies
Welcome: Cllr Clarke, Deputy Mayor, Leicester
Session 1: Regulation & responsibility – the relationship between public and private actors
Plenary talks followed by panel Q+A
Introduction from event Chair: Antonia Roberts, Director, CoMoUK (10 mins)
Guidance for local authorities looking to implement shared transport: regulatory review, Future of Urban Mobility Strategy, and Future Mobility Zones
Julia Chen, Future of Urban Mobility Strategy, Department for Transport (15 mins)
Developing a shared mobility strategy
Christopher Allwinter, Intelligent Mobility Officer, Transport for Greater Manchester (15 mins)
Towards practical shared mobility pledges
Jeffrey Matthijs, Car share Belguim and SHARE-north project (15 mins)
Facilitated Q+A session: 25 mins
Session 2: A series of lightening talks (5 mins each) on the needs, expectations, opportunities and preferences of users, towns / cities and operators, including:
Followed by facilitated Q+A session (25 mins)
12.30 Networking Lunch
Session 3: It's all about the end users....
Plenary talks, (5 x 10 mins) and Q+A panel
Collaboration for success in Cardiff
Beate Kubitz, COO, Travelspirit
Building trust: operational efficiency
Steve Pyer, General Manager, Ride On Scotland
Integrating shared mobility services into new developments
Jack Holland, Business Development Manager, Arriva Click
Customer-centric integrated transport
Julian Scriven, Managing Director, Brompton bike hire
Faciliated Q +A (30 mins)
Session 4: Workshop – Towards shared mobility frameworks: pledges and next steps
Led by CoMoUK, with feedback / discussion from the morning workshop sessions
Shared bikes and e-bikes
Car-sharing / ride sharing platforms
Demand Response Transit
Managing street / kerb space
Attitudes and behaviour change
Realtime data, reporting and standards
Regulation and governance
Fares and ticketing Integration with other modes / infrastructure User needs
Open data platforms Business / revenue models
Rural transport options
E-bike charging: battery swop vs on-street, solar charging
Future proofing: MaaS and shared AVs
Provide more mobility choices, including active options
Offer last mile and first mile solutions
Reduce traffic congestion Improve air quality and environmental pollution
Reduce transport costs Improve efficiency
Provide services to non-car owners Create accessible mobility options for those with limited physical ability
If you would like to have a paper considered for the event, please contact Juliana O’Rourke at: [email protected] by 19 January, all abstracts to be no longer than 250 words.
Exhibition space is strictly limited as are sponsorship opportunities. Contact Daniel Simpson on: 020 7091 7861 or email: [email protected] to discuss your requirements.
Delegate places are strictly limited to 150 attendees so book your place today. Visit: https://bit.ly/2G8EZ4o
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