Jan 28, 2020
This week Laramie Bowron joins the show to talk about Nashville, the Menino Mayors Survey, Andy Byford and more!
Swiftly's State of Public Transit Report - Swiftly
Andy Byford resigns - New York Times
Paris warehouses get urban makeover - Wired
Cities annexing to pump up census #s - New York Times
Jan 23, 2020
This week we are chatting with Alice Bravo and Carlos Cruz-Casas, Director and Assistant Director respectively of Miami Dade County’s Department of Transportation and Public Works. We chat about better buses, managing the right of way, privacy and data, and their contactless fare payment system.
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Jan 16, 2020
This week Hugh Martin of Lacuna joins the podcast to talk about his passion for open source ways to operate city streets in the future. As more and more transportation operators look for space on city streets and perhaps in the air, government needs a way to distribute access fairly based on public priorities and...
Jan 9, 2020
This week we’re joined by Laura Wiens of Pittsburgh for Public Transit to talk about their report on AVs called “Wait, Who’s Driving This Thing” Laura chats about vehicle data, the future of bus drivers, the frameworks we need for a positive implementation and blows our mind by comparing the movement for...
Jan 2, 2020
This week we're joined by Grace Crunican, former GM at BART. Grace chats about her long and distinguished career as a leader in transportation and what it takes to lead, to mentor, and gives lessons for the next generation of advocates and public officials.