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Webinar - How UC Davis Brought Shared Micromobility to Campus

Webinar - How UC Davis Brought Shared Micromobility to Campus

An insightful case study

Thursday, June 27, 2024
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM (EDT)


Event Details

Presentation description

The ACT Higher Ed Council invites you to a lively presentation featuring the successful micromobility pilot at UC Davis that provides shared e-bike and e-scooters to university students, staff, and the public. Learn how Davis – a city at the forefront of any-and-everything bikes – worked with UC Davis on a joint procurement, eventually selecting Spin to bring shared micromobility to campus. After 10 months of operation, Jeffrey Bruchez, UC Davis Active Modality Manager, will discuss how the shared agreement with the City was born; shared goals; lessons learned; and plans to grow and adapt the program for the future. Be sure to bring your questions for the Q&A!

Meet the speakers

Jeffrey Bruchez is the Active Modality Manager at UC Davis, overseeing the programming that supports the 40% mode-share that to arrive to campus via active travel (bike, walk, or roll) on the daily. Prior to his 4-plus years at UC Davis he worked in corporate bicycle programming, running bike programs at (then) Facebook’s Menlo Park headquarters, as one of the program managers for Bikes Make Life Better. Having over 20 years in various bicycle related roles, he brings complex understanding of the dynamics that makes bicycling a viable mode for travel.

Anna Walters, TDM Program Manager for Stanford Transportation, works to shift employees to more sustainable commutes. Prior to joining Stanford, she was a bicycle consultant for Bikes Make Life Better, focused on developing bike culture and communities within large and fast-growing companies. She has designed and implemented bike-friendly business plans for LinkedIn, Stanford University, Stanford Research Park, The Walton Family Foundation and Walmart. Prior to her consulting work, Anna was the Transportation Specialist at Google, planning and managing their comprehensive alternative transportation program, including one of the best bike programs in the country. Anna lives in San Francisco, car-free, using her bike and public transit to travel throughout the Bay Area.

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Casey Murphy
Casey Murphy
Senior Director of Events Association for Commuter Transportation (202)792-5801x103

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