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Session No. 4B

Session Title: Transportation Oxymoron: The Big Impacts of Micromobility

Session Description: The impact of changing mobility on the transportation network is evolving faster than City and State policies can adapt. A discussion from the perspective of a micromobility vendor, city and state officials, and how consultants are accommodating future mobility needs will seek to provide a holistic understanding of the challenges and opportunities this transportation medium offers.This session will have a brief, five-minute opening from each speaker, followed by a panel discussion. Moderator will facilitate questions.

Moderator: Steven Stuart, Traffic Technical Manager, Michael Baker International

  • Scott Mullen, Lime, Director of Expansion, Northeast
  • Ngnai Ndimbie, Executive Policy Specialist, Pennsylvania Department of Transportation
  • Peter Quintanilla, Director of Urban Design Studio, Michael Baker International
  • Washington, D.C., District Department of Transportation
  • Rich Montanez, P.E., Deputy Commissioner, Transportation, Department of Streets, City of Philadelphia


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Thursday, December 12, 2019

10:30 a.m. to noon

Room 207

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The Pennsylvania State University

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