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Keynote Fireside Chat Series

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We are partnering with Commutifi to bring you an 8-episode Keynote Fireside Chat series, we talk with the industry's leading experts and innovators to dive more deeply into the challenges we face and the many ways TDM and mobility can help.

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Keynote Fireside Chat: Mini Series 01

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Welcome to the fourth episode of our Keynote Fireside Chat mini-series, presented by The 82 Alliance and Commutifi.

In this episode, we're talking to Michael Carroll. Michael is the Deputy Managing Director for Philadelphia’s Office of Transportation and Infrastructure Systems (oTIS), where he leads the staff in developing strategies and implementing policies to build a safe and equitable multi-modal system across Philadelphia’s diverse and vibrant neighborhoods. He’s also the President of the National Association of City Transportation Officials (NACTO) and has his Master’s degree from UC Berkeley.  


Welcome to the third episode of our Keynote Fireside Chat mini-series, presented by The 82 Alliance.

In this episode, we are talking to Sarah Barnes. Sarah is a Proposal Manager, Transit and Micro mobility Partnerships at Lyft, a Board Member of the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition, and the creator of the Along for the Ride weekly newsletter.  

Tune in for a deep dive into Sarah Barnes' newsletter and discussions around solutions for a more commute-friendly planet.  

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Welcome to the second episode of our Keynote Fireside Chat mini-series: Open Mobility Foundation. In this episode, we are talking to Andrew Glass Hastings. Andrew is the Executive Director of Open Mobility Foundation (OMF).

Tune in for a deep dive into what OMF is and how it plays a role in driving positive environmental change. 

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‍Welcome to the very first episode of our Keynote Fireside Chat mini-series. This episode we are talking to Brandon Bordenkircher, co-author of UN-INNOVATION: Why a Divided America is Bad for the Future of Technology. Brandon is an executive, academic, and policy leader that has worked for Airbnb, Car2go (carsharing app owned by Daimler), AI Forum, and more.

Tune in for a deep dive on what Un-innovation is and how it's helping solve the future of mobility.

About the Hosts


Rob Henry

Rob Henry is the President of The 82 Alliance. He is a Transportation Demand Management Certified Professional (TDM-CP) with over 20 years of experience in transportation. He has worked and presented on transportation projects throughout the United States. In 2021, Rob spoke at the National Academies of Science How We Move Matters event. He has been recognized as a mobility expert and has received awards throughout the U.S. He is also an expert in public policy, he is currently Chair of the Public Policy Committee for the Association of Commuter Transportation (ACT)


Andy Keeton

Andy Keeton is the Head of Insights at Commutifi, an industry leading commuter data technology company. sits on the Board of the Association for Commuter Transportation (ACT) and is a recent winner of their 40 Under 40 award. Andy is passionate about transportation demand management (TDM) and the future of sustainable, multi-modal mobility. He has been the host of Between the Lines since it's inception in 2021.

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