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Posts Tagged ‘moovel’

Transit Trends Episode 11: Transportation Equity

Wednesday, July 26th, 2017

Transportation is a critical link to opportunity, connecting people to jobs, schools, affordable housing, health care, grocery stores, and more. For many Americans, mobility can make all the difference in their ability to meet basic needs, participate fully in community life, and connect and contribute to our national economy. In Episode 11 of Transit Trends, we talk with Anita Cozart, Senior Director at PolicyLink, a national research and advocacy institute that “connects the work of people on the ground to the creation of sustainable communities of opportunity that allow everyone to participate and prosper.”

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Guest on The Infra Blog: Erica Brennes, Video Marketing Manager, moovel US, and Co-Creator of Transit Trends

Tuesday, March 21st, 2017
Erica Brennes on The Infra Blog

“I think we keep the show so that it could be interesting for my mom to watch, but also can still be interesting for someone who is in the industry to watch, because we know—and I know, as a former traffic anchor—people love to talk about transportation. They love to talk about traffic. If you check out some of the comments, it’s a place for people go to talk about these various topics and for us to engage in either our users or our clients or industry experts or…students. So it’s a platform for people to engage in this conversation and learn about what’s trending in transportation.”

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Transit Trends Episode 10: Electric Vehicles and the Environment

Tuesday, February 7th, 2017

Drive Oregon’s vision for electric mobility includes more than just electric cars. We sat down with Jeff Allen, Executive Director of Drive Oregon, to discuss electric mobility innovation and the challenge of connecting with consumers.

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Transit Trends Episode 9: Shared Mobility and the Environment

Monday, January 2nd, 2017

Transportation is now the number one contributor to climate emissions. So while we were in Chicago for the Shared Mobility Summit that the Shared-Use Mobility Center puts on every year, we met up with Kristen Pawling to discuss how shared mobility and technology plays a role in improving our emissions. Kristen is the Los Angeles Urban Solutions Coordinator for the Natural Resources Defense Council.

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Transit Trends Episode 8: Traffic sucks, so why do we sit in it?

Friday, November 11th, 2016

Sitting in traffic is super annoying, but most Americans do it every single day. We wanted to know why? And who better to ask than two psychologists?

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Transit Trends Episode 7: Uber and Lyft Leave Austin, one of America’s Biggest Tech Cities

Monday, October 3rd, 2016

Uber and Lyft left Austin in May 2016 after voters decided to implement stricter operational guidelines for transportation networking companies (TNCs). Soon a flood of new TNCs including RideAustin, Fare, Fasten, GetMe and even a Facebook group called Arcade City with 40,000+ members launched. Yellow Cab soon launched an app and already existing, LUXE, an app that sends someone to valet your car from anywhere downtown, gained popularity.

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Transit Trends Episode 6: Are We Ready for Autonomous Vehicles?

Thursday, September 1st, 2016

It’s safe to say the creation and rollout of autonomous vehicles is the hot topic of the transportation industry now. Each major car company has plans to move forward with these vehicles in the next five or so years. But how long will it actually takes us to adapt to the fact we may eventually ride around in vehicles that we only control the 5-10% of the time?

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Transit Trends Episode 5: City Planning – Where Did We Go Wrong?

Friday, July 29th, 2016

In this episode of Transit Trends, we discuss why the city planning of the past is the cause of our current transportation mess. We sit down with Gabe Klein, the former Director of the D.C. Department of Transportation and Commissioner of Transportation of Chicago to pick his brain on how we got here and what we can do next.

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TransitTrends: Technology & Transportation

Friday, April 22nd, 2016

In episode three, we’re chatting about the intersection of transportation and technology and how they’ve quickly become one in the same. Since the industry is very popular right now, it is on the mind of a lot of entrepreneurs, looking to cash in on new innovations in the transportation technology industry. Comment below to share your thoughts on this episode, or via Twitter with #TransitTrends.

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