Shared Mobility and the Transformation of Public Transportation
Technology is transforming mobility. The ability to quickly request, track and pay for trips via smartphone is a disruptive force. Public transportation must adapt, leverage new technologies and promote a culture of innovation to enhance its market share. What strategies can transit supporters and transit agencies adopt to leverage a once in a generation opportunity?
Darnell Grisby is a resourceful, innovative leader who excels at building effective coalitions and translating data into policy. At the national, state, and local levels, he has delivered measurable financial, reputational, and legislative results for private, nonprofit, and public sector organizations. In his current role as APTA’s director of policy development, Grisby is the author of numerous reports that use original research to communicate urban mobility’s unique impact on our nation’s economy. Grisby serves on the Transportation Research Board’s Transportation and Economic Development Committee, and is a graduate of Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government and the University of California, Los Angeles. Campaign strategy, policy development, and the analysis of power relationships are his passions.