This webinar will describe several ways in which urban planners are working with data sources and colleagues in public health and healthcare. Case studies show how collaboration is being used to improve planners’ ability to make data-driven decisions, measure the outcomes of a program that expands transit access, and broaden their understanding of how well the built environment and transportation access are helping to ensure the health, safety, and welfare of residents. This webinar will inform planners, DOTs, and researchers of existing resources that can be used in new ways.
Renee Autumn Ray, Strategy and Innovation Leader, Conduent Transportation
Alice Grossman, Ph.D, Senior Policy Analyst, Eno Center for Transportation
Renee Autumn Ray is an urban planner who has worked in transportation and public health planning, policy, operations, and data evaluation. Renee focuses on reducing barriers to access for vulnerable populations, including people who have low incomes or disabilities, are unbanked, or lack smartphones. She currently leads innovation and strategy for Conduent Transportation, a technology company which includes payment processing, enforcement, and data analytics for transit, curbside management, road user charging, and public safety. Renee also serves on the Board of Directors for Georgia Bikes and on the Transportation Research Board committees for Intelligent Transportation Systems and Innovative Public Transport Services and Technologies.