SPUR Forum: America’s Next Top (Transportation) Model

From SPUR:

Image courtesy of Flickr User Robert Couse-Baker.

We rely on transportation models to guide big investment and policy decision, but can they accurately model new advances such as ridesharing or getting groceries delivered? Experts will explain how we can update the region’s transportation models to reflect our current and dynamic transportation environment.

+ Joan Walker / UC Berkeley
+ Joe Castiglione / San Francisco County Transportation Authority
+ David Ory / Metropolitan Transportation Commission

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