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Presented By: Center for Connected and Automated Transportation

How COVID-19 Curbs Demand for MOD: CCAT Lunch & Learn

Amy Ford and Sara Davidson

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On-demand mobility has been revolutionizing how people move and transforming public/private partnerships. From calling a Lyft or Uber to hopping on a scooter or bike, mobility has never been easier...then came COVID. These mobility services and the partnerships with cities and transit agencies have each been dramatically impacted. Join us as we assess how the MOD industry is adapting to mobility in the time of Corona and what this might mean for the sustainability of “gig mobility” - especially if investment in infrastructure and transportation help to jumpstart the economy post-COVID-19.

Leading this Lunch & Learn are Amy Ford , Director of the Mobility on Demand Alliance for ITS America, and Sara Davidson, Technical Lead of Smart Systems for ITS America.
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The Center for Connected and Automated Transportation (CCAT) is the Region 5 University Transportation Center located at the University of Michigan. Consortium members include the University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute, Akron University, Central State University, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Purdue University, and Washtenaw Community College. CCAT aims to advance research in the field of transportation safety, mobility, and sustainability via connected vehicles, connected infrastructure, and autonomous vehicles.
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