E-scooters and e-bikes are here to stay. Successful shared micromobility programs are helping cities by reducing traffic congestion and emissions, boosting the local economy, and expanding transportation access. However, scooter parking remains a concern in denser neighborhoods. So, what innovations and approaches solve this problem so cities can maximize the benefits of micromobility without suffering the clutter?
On Thursday, December 15 at 2:00 PM ET, hear from local leaders in Reno, NV and Dublin, OH, as well as industry leaders at Bird about how they are collaborating to innovate and design for people and the planet.
• Andrea B. Korb, Director of Legislative Policy, Bird
• Suzanne Groneman, Sustainability Program Manager, City Manager’s Office – Reno, Nevada
• J.M. Rayburn, Planner II, Transportation & Mobility Division – Dublin, Ohio
Note: This webinar will take you to a non-NLC registration page.