Over the past few years, the shared transportation economy has boomed, but who gets access to be a provider? Do riders benefit the most from this system? How have our transportation patterns contributed to this? And what is the role of public policy at local and regional levels to ensure racially and economically equitable outcomes?
The Twin Cities BCLI is proud to partner with Move Minnesota to host this timely conversation. We look forward to engaging with you on February 7th!
5:30 - 6 PM - Networking and Light Appetizers
6- 8 PM - Program
SuChann Yang, Saint Paul resident and driver for both Lyft and Uber
Rich Pennington, Saint Paul resident and user of different shared mobility options
Jessica Treat, Executive Director, Move Minnesota
Kedir Kurfessa, Development Specialist, African Economic Development Solutions/Little Africa