Personal Transportation Devices: Present and Future

APA California Chapter, Northern Section


Saturday, April 27, 2019
11 a.m. - 4 p.m. PDT

San Jose, CA, United States

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San Jose State’s Urban Planning Coalition proudly presents their 2019 annual spring symposium. This year’s topic will focus on personal transportation devices (PTDs).
There will be four panel discussions throughout the day, each including professionals and academics involved in this burgeoning field. Admission is free and open to the public (registration required) and breakfast and lunch will be provided. 


1. A Path Towards More Sustainable PTDs

2. Big Data, Automation, and PTDs

3. Planning for PTDs: Awareness, Behavior, and Infrastructure

4. Future of PTDs on SJSU Campus and Downtown San Jose



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Kevin Fang

Kevin Fang, Research Associate, Mineta Transportation Institute; Assistant Professor, Sonoma State University Read More

Arielle Fleisher

Arielle Fleisher, Senior Transportation Policy Associate, SPUR Read More

Emma Shlaes

Emma Shlaes, Policy & Advocacy Director, Silicon Valley Bicycle Coalition Read More

Matthew Taecker

Matthew Taecker, Principal, Taecker Planning & Design Read More

Adrian Leung

Adrian Leung, Transportation Planner - Livable Streets, San Francisco Municipal Transportation Authority (SFMTA) Read More

Kerby Olsen

Kerby Olsen, Shared Mobility Coordinator - Parking & Mobility Division, City of Oakland Department of Transportation Read More

Nicole Soultanov

Nicole Soultanov, San Jose Project Manager, SPUR

Lola Torney

Lola Torney, Senior Planner, Alta Planning

Francisco Arellano

Francisco Arellano, Micro-Mobility Researcher, Professional Engineer, Master of Urban Planning Candidate Read More

Charlie Faas

Charlie Faas, VP of Finance and Administration, San Jose State University Read More

EV Ellington

EV Ellington, Bay Area General Manager, LimeBike

Pat Flynn

Pat Flynn, University Director, LimeBike

Adam Hall

Adam Hall, GIS & Data Technician, Associated Students Transportation Solutions Read More

Colin Heyne

Colin Heyne, Public Information Manager, City of San Jose Department of Transportation Read More

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