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The Rapid Expansion of Micromobility, Data-Sharing, and Dynamic Streets

Tuesday, July 30, 2019
12:00 p.m. - 12:45 p.m.

Regina Clewlow, PhD
CEO & Founder, Populus

From flying taxis to delivery robots to micromobility—think shared bikes and scooters—transportation is evolving fast. How people and goods move will look starkly different in just a few years. American ingenuity is once again transforming how we travel and how we connect commerce. Our New Mobility Future will explore the promise and pitfalls of our new mobility future—and to discuss how we’re going to get there.

Regina Clewlow, PhD, CEO & Founder, Populus, will deliver her talk “The Rapid Expansion of Micromobility, Data-Sharing, and Dynamic Streets” as part of Our New Mobility Future on Tuesday, July 30, 2019, at 12 p.m. (ET).

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The public is invited to join us in person or via live-streamed webinar. Audience members will be able to share ideas and engage with Clewlow during a Q&A period.

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Regina ClewlowAbout the Speaker

Regina Clewlow is the CEO and Co-founder of Populus, a data platform for cities to manage the future of mobility. Trusted by leading cities and the world’s largest mobility operators, the Populus platform securely ingests real-time data from shared electric scooters, bikes, and cars - helping operators and cities partner to deliver safe, equitable, and efficient streets through better data and analytics.

Clewlow has more than a decade of experience in transportation, having served as a research scientist and lecturer at Stanford, UC Berkeley, and UC Davis. Prior to forming Populus, Clewlow was the Director of Business Development and Strategy at RideScout, an early mobility-as-a-service aggregator that was acquired by moovel, Daimler and BMW’s mobility services unit. Clewlow has been named a 40 Under 40 by Mass Transit magazine and the San Francisco Business Times. She has a PhD in transportation and energy systems from MIT, and a bachelor’s in computer science from Cornell.