Connecting with the OMF Community at NACTO Designing Cities 2022

August 30, 2022

Now in its tenth year, the NACTO Designing Cities Conference brings together nearly 1,000 officials, planners, and practitioners to advance the state of transportation in cities. The Open Mobility Foundation will be represented at various panels, workshops, and events throughout the conference. This guide includes all the opportunities to connect with our community. We hope to see you there!

 

DESIGNING DIGITAL INFRASTRUCTURE TO MEET POLICY GOALS

Wednesday, September 7, 3:00 PM – 4:15 PM

Transportation is going through a digital transformation, and the future will be no less analogue than it is today. With that, cities need to understand the direction of digital infrastructure, data standardization, and how digitization can support policy outcomes. In this session co-developed with Open Mobility Foundation, you’ll hear data leaders share more on the importance of designing, managing, and implementing digital infrastructure. Learn more

 

THE NEW CURB MANAGEMENT

Thursday, September 8, 3:30 PM – 4:45 PM

Urban curb space has long been a scarce resource. Governed by complex rules communicated by signage and physical infrastructure, curb management tools have not always kept pace with changing demand driven by new mobility and on-demand services; alternative uses of the public right of way like slow streets, outdoor dining, and parklets; and increased desire for road space focused on sustainable transportation. As the demands placed on urban curb space evolve, so too must the tools we use to manage it. Learn more about how innovative public agencies and companies are using technology and data – including open source data standards – as effective tools to manage urban curb space. Learn more

 

PROCUREMENT, CONTRACTS, PILOTS! BALANCING EQUITY, SAFETY, INNOVATION, AND EFFICACY

Friday, September 9, 2:15 PM – 3:30 PM

From the moment the first TNC hit the streets in 2009, cities have had to contend with, accommodate, and partner with the private sector to advance transportation options in cities. Over a decade later, staff inboxes are full with all the latest disruptive, new, innovative technologies. While we need big visionary thinking to dramatically advance the state of transportation, we also need to root pilots in the city goals around safety, equity, and true partnership (among others). In this session, we’ll hear from three cities that championed innovation in government-friendly ways to pioneer new technologies that advanced transportation goals in their communities. Learn more

 

NACTO CAMP

Thursday, September 8 and Friday, September 9, 9:10 AM – 12:00 PM

Join us for some casual on the fly conversations about *anything* you propose that isn’t already in the formal conference agenda! Learn more

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