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Training Session 102: Micro-Mobility Regulation Primer

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Micro-Mobility Regulation Primer

The advent of micro-mobility, which includes dockless and docked bike and e-bike share systems, e-scooters, e-mopeds and other mobility devices, and the history of these urban proliferating modes will be covered, especially in light of increased use during the COVID-19 pandemic. Regulators and industry stakeholders will discuss policymaking, public-private partnerships, safety, liability, and sustainability issues, as well as licensing and enforcement. Perspectives will be provided by academics, government regulators, advocacy groups, and industry members.

Moderator: Adam Cohen, Transportation Sustainability Research Center at UC Berkeley

Trainers: • Marco Conner DiAquoi, Transportation Alternatives • Jarvis Murray, Los Angeles Dept. of Transportation • Sam Sadle, Lime • Jess Stetson, Ride Report  

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Marco Conner DiAquoi

Marco Conner DiAquoi is Deputy Director at Transportation Alternatives in New York City. He is involved in all aspects of the organization's advocacy and operations whose mission it is to create livable, inclusive and safe streets in NYC and to advocate for walking, biking and public transit as alternatives to car travel. In this role he helped lead a multi-year campaign to successfully enact historic legislation allowing speed safety cameras near most NYC schools. He also helped lead the recent successful effort to legalize e-bikes and e-scooters in New York. He has written extensively about the proper role of enforcement in Vision Zero and how to achieve both effective and equitable enforcement practices to reduce traffic fatalities, injuries and the harm from inequitable policing. Marco has a background in freight logistics and distribution, and holds a law degree from Cardozo School of Law and a bachelor in Politics and International Relations from the London School of Economics.

Jarvis Murray

Since 2016, Jarvis has been the Policy & Enforcement Administrator for the Los Angeles Department of Transportation which includes managing permitting and enforcement for taxicabs, dockless mobility, medical transportation, shuttles, and other for-hire vehicles modes for the City.

Sam Sadle

Sam Sadle is a public policy professional who serves as Senior Director of Government Relations for Lime. Sam works with regulators and legislators across the U.S., Canada, and Latin America to develop and implement regulations around market access, data sharing, operational responsibilities, and equity partnerships. Prior to joining Lime, Sam spent more than a decade working on federal legislation and regulations in Washington, DC.

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