MONTREAL

2 days / 20 talks
Shaping the future of carsharing

May 18-19, 2017
1:30 PM

Day 1

Cities and transit helping carsharing reach its full potential

City officials are increasingly involved in promoting and regulating the development of carsharing – in effect, having a powerful influence on carsharing.

Some tenders, permits and concessions can boost services while others make it difficult to provide an effective and sustainable service. What are the goals of cities? What are the best approaches and the best practices? Is there more room for collaboration? If so, how?

Caroline Cerfontaine (Manager UITP combined mobility platform)
Tim Barton (Senior Transit Planning Engineer, City of Vancouver)
Guillaume Longchamps (Transportation planning advisor, City of Montreal)
Sidney Ribaud (Executive director, Equiterre, Montreal)

Moderated by : Pam Cooley


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With the participation of


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City of Vancouver

Tim Barton

City of Vancouver

Tim Barton

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UITP

Caroline Cerfontaine

UITP

Caroline Cerfontaine

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City of Montreal

Luc Gagnon

City of Montreal

Luc Gagnon

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Equiterre

Sydney Ribaud

Equiterre

Sydney Ribaud


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