Innovation in Mobility Public Policy Summit | Washington, D.C. – June 10 & 11, 2014

The Innovation in Mobility Public Policy Summit will be a two day event in June in the shadow of our nation’s capital that will bring innovative transportation professionals together to discuss new developments in shared use mobility and foster further collaboration among federal, state and local governments and private sector mobility providers. Building upon the successful shared Shared Use Mobility Summit in San Francisco last October, this event will feature panel discussions and presentations by influential mobility leaders within the public sector, alongside the world’s experts in the fields of carsharing, one-way carsharing, peer-to-peer (P2P) carsharing, public bikesharing, ridesharing, and technology providers to share their experiences in bringing new transportation options to local communities. In addition, summit participants will have the opportunity to examine ways that governments and shared use providers can work together to create more seamless transportation systems within their communities and connect even more individuals to their services.

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