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Training Session 103: Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS) Primer

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Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS) Primer

This session will cover the basics of the concept of Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS) and explore which jurisdictions are experimenting with multi-modal platforms and smartphone applications. Topics will also cover the regulatory, legal, policy, and funding issues relating to implementation and the status of the various U.S. experiments with the Federal Transit Administration’s Mobility-on-Demand (MOD Sandbox) pilot programs, as well as multi-modal integration projects involving accessible service and automated vehicles.

Moderator: Prashanth Gururaja, Shared-Use Mobility Center (SUMC)

Trainers: • Scott Shepard, IOMOB • Danny Silva, Metropia Inc. • Angie DeVore, Valley Metro • Joseph Gregory, Valley Metro

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Angie DeVore

Angie is a results-oriented, highly diversified project management professional with over 25 years of public transportation experience working in both the private and public sectors. Her passion is for inclusive transportation options and integrated and equitable mobility solutions for all.

Joe Gregory

Connecting Communities and Enhancing Lives

Scott Shepard

CMO @ Iomob | ex-Free2Move & Vinci | Thought Leader & Speaker | Digital Mobility Strategist | Startup Advisor & Mentor

Prashanth Gururaja

Prashanth Gururaja is Program Director at the Shared-Use Mobility Center (SUMC), a public-interest organization dedicated to achieving equitable, affordable, and environmentally sound mobility across the country. He leads SUMC’s work providing technical assistance to transit agencies, cities, and companies implementing innovative and equitable shared mobility solutions through workshops, research, and knowledge sharing.

Danny Silva

Today Danny is part of the Metropia, Inc. team which is developing the MaaS platform ConnectSmart which is to serve the Greater Houston area. Danny works to build and maintain healthy partnerships with regional stakeholders to ensure successful market deployment and sustained operation of Metropia’s mobility solutions. As a Mobility advocate, he remains active through the National Association of Commuter Transportation where he currently serve as the Red River Chapter President.

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