5 Big Moves Webinar Series

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Join us this summer for a series of 45-minute webinars to learn more about the 5 Big Moves, which will set the framework for a bold new transportation vision for the 2021 Regional Plan. These key strategies will enhance connectivity, increase sustainability, and improve quality of life in the San Diego region. Industry experts will share how the private and public sectors are embracing these innovations across the world to improve the movement of people and goods. Each webinar will conclude with a question and answer session.

Download a flier about the webinar series (English | Español). 
View the 5 Big Moves glossary of terms (EnglishSpanish coming soon

Upcoming Webinars


Mobility Hubs Webinar: Wednesday, July 24, 2019 @ 12 p.m. PDT


Join us to discover how Mobility Hubs enhance the movement of people and goods by making it easier to walk, bike, ride transit, and use other shared mobility services. Safer streets, real-time travel information, and diverse, on-demand mobility solutions converge at Mobility Hubs to offer a seamless travel experience in communities where people live, work, and play.

Download an informational flier about Mobility Hubs (English | Español).

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Key Takeaways

  • Features and anticipated benefits of Mobility Hubs
  • Bridging private development and public infrastructure to advance mobility and sustainability
  • Extending the reach of transit beyond the first and last mile to better connect communities to regional destinations
  • Digitally managing infrastructure to accommodate different users at different times

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Dylan Jones, AIA, Senior Associate, Gensler Mobility Lab

With more than 20 years of experience providing planning and design services, Dylan works at the intersection of private development and public infrastructure. Dylan currently leads Gensler’s Mobility Lab and previously led the preparation of LA Metro’s First/Last Mile Plan.

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Kate Wagoner, Director of Urban Mobility, Passport

Kate leads the development of Curbside Management Products and oversees public-private partnerships in the Urban Mobility sector. Previously, Kate worked on General Motors’ Autonomous Vehicle product strategy, and Micromobility and Shared Mobility models.


Flexible Fleets Webinar: Wednesday, August 7, 2019 @ 12 p.m. PDT


Explore how Flexible Fleets can build upon the popularity and success of shared, on-demand services like rideshare, ridehailing, microtransit, bikeshare, scooters, and delivery vehicles. These fleets provide personalized and convenient travel options through shared vehicles available 24/7 for different types of trips, which can reduce the need to own a car.

More details will be available soon.

Download an informational flier about Flexible Fleets (English | Español).

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Next OS Webinar: Wednesday, August 21, 2019 @ 12 p.m. PDT


Join us to learn about the Next Operating System (OS), a digital platform that functions as the brain of the entire transportation system to connect smart infrastructure and different modes of transportation – passenger vehicles, buses, ride-sharing, delivery trucks, autonomous vehicles, bikes and scooters, and more. The Next OS will turn data into real-time actional information for transportation operators and travelers.

More details will be available soon.

Download an informational flier about the Next OS (English | Español).


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Recent Webinars

Complete Corridors: June 26, 2019
 
Take a deep dive into Complete Corridors with industry experts Ben Sumers from McKinsey & Company and Jonathon Hart from CDM Smith as they share the features and anticipated benefits of a Complete Corridor network. You’ll also learn how shifts in transportation planning goals can consider more flexible solutions, cross agency coordination, and future opportunities.

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Transit Leap: July 10, 2019
 
Unpack the Transit Leap – a network of high-speed and high-capacity transit services that will connect where people live (population centers) with destinations, like employment centers, university, business districts, and regional attractions. Hear from industry experts Katie Chalmers from King County Metro and Ben Porritt from Virgin Trains and learn how a variety of services, from high-speed transit to autonomous buses, can work together to provide fast, reliable, personalized, and efficient transit choices.

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Webinar Details

Joining a Webinar

Each webinar is limited to the first 1,000 attendees. A recording of each webinar will be available.

Webinars are hosted through GoToWebinar. While you do not need a GoToWebinar account to participate, registration is required (use links above).

To join a webinar from a computer, click the “join” link in your registration confirmation email to connect to the webinar. If you have the session ID from your confirmation email, you may connect directly by entering the session ID at joinwebinar.com. Webinar registrants will receive a reminder email with access links one hour before the webinar is scheduled to begin.

To participate from a mobile device, download the free GoToWebinar, GoToMeeting, or GoToTraining app on the App Store, Google Play, or Windows store. Once installed, click the “join” link in your registration confirmation email or open the app and enter the session ID.

More information on connecting to a webinar is available through GoToWebinar.

Language Assistance

Webinar materials can be made available in alternate languages upon request by contacting SANDAG at (619) 699-1900. TYY: (619) 699-1904.

La transmisión en vivo de los seminarios web será en inglés. Después de cada seminario web, la transcripción se traducirá al español y se publicará el video subtitulado.

Para enviar preguntas para la sesión de Preguntas y Respuestas del seminario web, escriba a SDForward@sandag.org.

 

Learn more about the 5 Big Moves: Complete Corridors, Transit Leap, Mobility Hubs, Flexible Fleets, and Next OS.