Webinar on urban mobility and Australia's 1st dedicated PUDO kerbside trial
Optimising the Kerbside for Connected Mobility
This event took place on November 4th. View the recording on YouTube
Using the trial in Sydney's Bondi as a case study, join Moovit's Juan Carbonell and Waverly Council's Leo Huertas in this webinar on planning for and optimising mobility using digital twin model. The kerbside represents extremely valuable real estate in urban spaces, competing for space in dense and busy urban environments are amenties for placemaking, parking, public transport, micromobility and cycling infrastructure and even outdoor/alfresco dining.
Maximising efficiency and convenience is critical for authorities who are pushing for better transport choices, reduced congestion better traffic flows and enhanced people-focussed spaces to support liveability, economic activity and road safety.
In what Moovit considers to be a flagship project in Asia-Pacific, they are working with Waverly Council and Transport for New South Wales on Australia's first dedicated Pick-Up & Drop-Off (PUDO) Bays in Bondi, Sydney. They will also be integrating with up to 20 mobility providers to provide more convenient transport choices to users and ensure the efficient use of the kerbside through data-driven decision making.
Key Topics to be discussed. :
- Planning dedicated curbside and integrating into the digital realm (digital twins)
- Supporting user behaviour through MaaS and new mobility data sets
- Accelerating the convenience and safety of mobility through better connected journeys (micromobility, active transport, etc)
Moovit is an urban mobility app/platform, globally they service over 885M users and are integrated with over 300 mobility providers.
Experts in transportation data and leveraging crowd-sourced data as well as anonymous customer data points to create better journeys. Moovit works with transport authorities to help understand their transit and mobility trends, enabling them to deliver greater service levels and optimise transport eco-systems for convenience, safety and efficiency.
Recently acquired by Intel, who also own Mobileye (autonomous vehicle systems), Moovit is rapidly accelerating their focus on "robotaxis" as a feature of the future mobility landscape.
Juan Carbonell, Head of Solutions APAC, Moovit
Juan believes that the future of transport for transport authorities is about better understanding the customer behaviour and ultimately providing a more tailored service.
Juan’s career spans 18 years through a range of disciplines, 11 of those years in the Transport industry. Prior to joining Moovit, Juan was the Managing Director of Routematch (an Uber company) and a Program Director for WestConnex, Australia’s top road infrastructure project. He also delivered the TfNSW Centralised Trips and Allocation Booking System (or CTABS) project, the largest Demand Responsive Transport service in the Southern Hemisphere withover 1,300 vehicles.
Leo Huertas, Project Manager Strategic Transport & Smart Cities, Waverley Council, Sydney, NSW
Leo is an experienced project manager in the transport, sustainability and energy sectors.
In his current role, he has been involved in transport and Smart Cities projects. He has engaged a significant network of professionals and transport-related businesses towards a sustainable, smart and integrated development of Council’s local transport. He is a shared mobility enthusiast with studies in Architecture, Sustainability, Urban Planning and Project Management who has given up car ownership and believes in a more sustainable future for urbanised areas. Through his position at Waverley Council, Leo is working towards improving the mobility ecosystem using a collaborative local government perspective.
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