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Transportation Regulator Data Access & Use – Part II

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Transportation Regulator Data Access & Use – Part II

This session will provide an update of taxicab, for-hire vehicle, Transportation Network Company (TNC) and other mobility data collection by both government agencies and private companies, including what types and sources of data are available, and how and for what purposes such data is analyzed, modelled, and used. Case studies will be presented by regulators and academics on data use, the applicability of basic privacy and data access laws—including Freedom of Information Laws (FOIL)—the impact of data access and privacy litigation on regulators, as well as third-party repository solutions. This session will update and build on a prior session held at the 2nd Annual Boot Camp in Philadelphia in 2018.

Moderator: Matthew W. Daus, Esq., IATR President

Trainers: • Rudy Faust, Shared-Use Mobility Center (SUMC) • Camille Kamga, University Transportation Research Center (UTRC/CCNY/CUNY) • James Dorman, Hailify, Inc.

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Matthew W. Daus Esq.

Matthew W. Daus, Esq. currently serves as Transportation Technology Chair at the City University of New York’s (CUNY) Transportation Research Center of The City College of New York, where he conducts research, and continues to be extensively published as an expert on ground transportation regulation and technology. As a CUNY Distinguished Lecturer for the past 9 years, he taught courses on transportation history, policy, sustainability, for-hire regulation and technology.

James Dorman

James is a well-regarded tech startup leader, advisor, and investor. As Startup Director he helped turn Xplicit Computing from a three-person group into a successful venture-backed company. He is a partner at NextGen Ventures and has advised numerous hedge funds, startups, and Fortune 500 companies. James also founded and was CEO at SeedLawyers, a platform that is revolutionizing the way startups find and retain legal help. Currently, he is Co-founder and COO at Hailify, a a B2B software solution that aggregates and dispatches delivery and ride-share jobs across the entire on-demand industry

Rudy Faust

Rudy is a Senior Project Associate for initiatives throughout SUMC, including as a integrations group lead for the Federal Transit Administration’s Integrated Mobility Innovation (IMI) program. He is co-author of "Objective-Driven Data Sharing for Transit Agencies in Mobility Partnerships."

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