Intermodal Public Transport Strategies: Carsharing, Bikesharing, and Ridesharing
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Thursday, October 20, 2011: 10:30 AM-12:00 PM
S210B (Orange County Convention Center )
ITS America's Sustainable Transportation Working Group
Jane White, ITS Program Manager, Los Angeles County Department of Public Works
This session provides an international overview of intermodal public transport activities with an emphasis on carsharing, bikesharing, and ridesharing as personal mobility strategies with a low carbon footprint. Strategies and technologies such as transit signal priority and Integrated Corridor Management may also be addressed. Such modes can help to connect people with public transit and encourage greater public transportation use. Growth in these modes is predicted given greater emphasis on climate mitigation strategies, livability, and health.