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The International Association of Public Transport Australia/New Zealand (UITPANZ) podcast series, Women Who Move Nations, features interviews with public transport leaders from Australia, New Zealand and around the world. Each guest shares her insights on the big issues impacting mobility today along with their career journeys. Hosted by UITPANZ Executive Director, Michelle Batsas.
 
Join us as we launch a brand new podcast series exploring topics of national security and solving problems for a safer world. Innovation for Public Good with MITRE Engenuity will discuss technology, innovation, and ideas in the context of how private sector and government can collaborate for public good. Throughout the series, we will sit down with leaders across government and industry to understand how we can break down barriers and apply lessons learned for the sake of better innovation - ...
 
The intersection of cities and friendship. MuniciPals is a podcast hosted somewhere in the ether between New York and Washington, DC. Every month David, Dylan, and Brit pick a couple of topics to delve into around urban planning, policy, and design. Content Warning: This podcast contains dad jokes and rap air horns. Comments? Hit us up at municipalspodcast@gmail.com
 
First-person diaries from the people on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic, the essential workers risking their own health and safety to ensure others are taken care of. From doctors, nurses and paramedics to police officers, transportation and sanitation workers, hear directly from those keeping the world moving while so many are quarantining at home and working to flatten the curve.
 
Mobility is an essential component to the vibrant, equitable, and sustainable cities of our future. To build this future, we need to do more than invest in technology. We need to invest in the people who will make the hard decisions around transportation, land use, housing, economic development, and other aspects of urban life. Josh Cohen, National Policy Director at TransLoc, wants to start that conversation by building relationships with and sharing ideas from today’s leaders who are imagi ...
 
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On our first episode, host Laurie Giandomenico interviews Nadia Schadlow, national security and public policy expert who served as Assistant to the President and Deputy National Security Advisor for Strategy during the Trump Administration. She was the architect of the 2017 National Security Strategy and discusses why strategies matter - across pub…
 
To truly solve climate and poverty issues, the Shared Use Mobility Center’s Sharon Feigon believes it’s not enough to increase access to shared and low-impact mobility options like transit, bikes, and scooters. It will truly require changing how we do things in areas far beyond mobility.Von TransLoc Inc.
 
David Zipper shares how perverse incentives and negative externalities are part of the reason US transportation policy prioritizes decisions that benefit individuals and not those that benefit communities like public transit, sidewalks, and bike lanes.Von TransLoc Inc.
 
Lessons in civic engagement from his immigrant parents and early rides on Amtrak and BART in the 1970s shaped California State Transportation Agency Secretary David Kim’s commitment to both public service and equitable mobility which he’s using today to transform the lives of all Californians.Von TransLoc Inc.
 
Transit advocate Sunday Parker uses storytelling and pictures to help others overcome the lack of empathy for the systemic and ongoing barriers that impact public transit riders with disabilities, even 30 years after the Americans with Disabilities Act.Von TransLoc Inc.
 
Michigan’s Lieutenant Governor Garlin Gilchrist and Chief Mobility Officer Trevor Pawl share how Michigan views the present and future of mobility, which combines the power of technology with ensuring those most impacted by change are involved in the process from the start.Von TransLoc Inc.
 
After being the victim of an automobile-bicycle crash, Tara Pham co-founded street sensor startup Numina to give communities a better way to understand how people were using the street so that planners can create safer, more equitable, and more livable cities for its most vulnerable users.Von TransLoc Inc.
 
Daniel Firth has spent his career helping communities around the world study and implement congestion pricing, one of the most politically challenging transportation tools available. One of the most critical lessons he’s learned can be applied beyond congestion pricing: start with why.Von TransLoc Inc.
 
From tactical applications on community engagement and a new car-free development in North Carolina to racial inequities in the streets of Portland and Los Angeles, L’erin Jensen and Josh Cohen cover the week’s news and learn just how much it costs to build a single parking spot.Von TransLoc Inc.
 
While once thought to be a problem for our grandchildren, climate change is here now. Amanda Eaken of the Bloomberg American Cities Climate Challenge shares how the best leaders are not only attacking climate change today, but rethinking community engagement for the long term.Von TransLoc Inc.
 
Amenities that make communities more attractive, more walkable, and better places to live can also lead to gentrification. Dr. Mariela Alfonzo of State of Place shares why using data to make better decisions—and thus create better policy—can mitigate the perils of rising housing costs and displacement.…
 
Dr. Tom Sanchez has spent over two decades studying how to create more livable cities. In that time, he’s learned that the traditional ways we’ve approached problem-solving hasn’t worked, and it’s time for experts of all areas to combine their knowledge to create the equitable cities that work for everyone.…
 
Delegate Robbyn Lewis believes we’re valuing the wrong things like how fast cars can move instead of how healthy our communities are. She shares her advocacy story and what she’s doing now in the Maryland House of Delegates to ensure that our streets are places of community, not division.Von TransLoc Inc.
 
The Hon. Jacinta Allan MP has held public transport portfolios since 2014. She's passionate about ensuring public transport meets the needs of urban and regional communities. She's driven to create better connections and services for everyone. Through a range of projects big and small, including Melbourne's Metro Tunnel and the Level Crossings Remo…
 
Like many of us, mobility shaped L’erin Jensen’s life, from public transit in middle school to an electric scooter last week. In her new role as co-host of The Movement Podcast, she’ll leverage this life experience and her journalism credentials to advance mobility equity.Von TransLoc Inc.
 
Western Australia's Minister for Transport and Planning, the Hon. Rita Saffioti MLA, is transforming the state by planning transport projects that deliver better mobility and economic benefits. She's particularly proud of the local rail car manufacturing policy which she wrote in opposition and is now implementing as part of Perth's Metronet projec…
 
Wendy McMillan, President Australia and New Zealand for Bombardier Transportation, has three decades of executive leadership experience. While workplaces have improved to be more inclusive for women, there's still a long way to go. Wendy wants to see organisations be proactive, "almost tenacious", in mandating and leading policies to create gender …
 
In a complex world, we have to acknowledge that we are not, as activist Audre Lorde said, living single issue lives, meaning our solutions can’t be one-dimensional either. Ariel Ward and Brytanee Brown of At the Intersections share that the equitable solutions lie at the “epicenter of our complexities.”…
 
The Honourable Julie Anne Genter is New Zealand's Minister for Women and Associate Minister for Transport and for Health. Her passion for urban and transport planning got her into politics. She advocated for over a decade to have minimum parking requirements removed from district plans, to allow for more beneficial use of urban space. She highlight…
 
During James Rojas’s formal planning education and the beginning of his career, he found that planning tools relied on maps and infrastructure and overlooked the role of memory, creativity, and art, an oversight that excluded people and undermined what truly makes a city unique.Von TransLoc Inc.
 
As Chairman of the Board of Keolis Downer in Australia and President of the Middle East and India for Keolis, Leila Frances is a woman who moves many nations. She has built her expertise through on-the-ground operational experience, understanding people and line management, then switching to the commercial side of the business and growing that into…
 
Atlanta’s Center for Civic Innovation once earned the imprimatur of “good trouble” from the late Representative John Lewis. Founder and Executive Director Rohit Malhotra shares the story of the Center and their mission to improve equality and build trust between communities and government.Von TransLoc Inc.
 
Transdev Melbourne's Managing Director, Loretta Lynch, is proud to join the team delivering around 30 percent of Melbourne's bus network, with 1400 staff, 500 buses and 25 million passenger journeys a year. The jewel in their crown is Melbourne's first locally-built, fully electric bus. Loretta first got hooked on working in public transport when s…
 
Becky Wood, Managing Director, Transportation - Australia & New Zealand at Aurecon, describes how, while working on the financial side of major rail infrastructure projects as a chartered accountant, she quickly discovered what really interested her was the tangible link between the assets she was getting funded and transforming the cities and comm…
 
ViaVan's Jessica Oppetit thinks public mobility has become a lot more dynamic in the last five years. It's a great example of how data and innovation can change and positively influence an industry. She outlines how demand-responsive transport can supplement fixed-route services and improve the public transport experience for users. She loves worki…
 
Nicole Rosie, CEO of the New Zealand Transport Agency (NZTA), explains how she used her mastery of change management to lead the organisation through New Zealand’s level four COVID-19 lockdown, less than a month after she started the role. Bringing organisations, teams and individuals along with a new way of working and making it part of their ‘why…
 
If we want to overcome systemic racism as well as COVID-19 financial impacts, Tennessee Department of Transportation Multimodal Services Director Suzanne Carlson believes we’ll need not individual leaders, but a network of great leaders communicating and supporting each other.Von TransLoc Inc.
 
Leanne Redden, the Aussie heading up the Regional Transportation Authority in Northeastern Illinois, oversees the second biggest public transport network in the USA. She discusses how public transport benefits everybody, even people who don't use it. She's been inspired by women who are bold and brave and tries to model that behaviour herself.…
 
Elizabeth Mildwater, Transport for NSW's Deputy Secretary of Greater Sydney, reflects on the present and future of public transport in Australia's biggest city, as well as transport workers' commitment to serving the public. She's championing gender equality and reconciliation through better recruitment and procurement practices. Tune in to find ou…
 
Transport for London's Managing Director of Crossrail 2, Michèle Dix, is no stranger to a challenge, having implemented London's congestion charging regime and having previously held the position of Managing Director of Planning for TfL. She lives to serve the public, whether it's through major public transport policy innovations or the perfect cup…
 
Even before the racial justice protests, Seattle used their Racial Equity Toolkit to help prioritize the 20+ miles of Stay Healthy Streets in response to COVID-19. Still, Seattle Department of Transportation Director Sam Zimbabwe wants to do more to center Black voices in the process.Von TransLoc Inc.
 
UITP Australia New Zealand is proud to present its first podcast series, Women Who Move Nations. Every week we’ll feature a different female public transport leader, to discuss the big issues impacting her work and gain insights from her professional journey. Our formidable line-up of guests includes leaders from Australia, New Zealand and around t…
 
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