Cities are looking to their transportation systems to promote mobility, safety, equity, climate and accessibility goals. Some trends, such as the growth in e-commerce and ride-hailing, are making these achieving these goals more complex. Cities can be stymied, sometimes by other levels of government, in efforts to combat congestion. But cities typically exercise significant control over their streets, sidewalks and curb space. Curb space management policy is a powerful tool cities already have, which, if leveraged strategically, can be a powerful tool to reach mobility goals. This webinar will discuss the ways cities can develop policies for valuable curb space to drive their larger objectives.
Dawn Miller, Head of Policy and Partnerships, COORD
Brianne Eby, Senior Policy Analyst, Eno Center for Transportation
Dawn Miller is Coord’s Head of Policy and Partnerships. She previously served as Chief of Staff at the New York City Taxi and Limousine Commission (TLC), the City agency that oversees New York City’s taxi, car service and ride-hailing industries. Dawn launched TLC’s Research and Evaluation practice, serving as its first director, and worked as a researcher at the Urban Institute in Washington, DC. She lives with her husband and son in Brooklyn and loves parks, bikes, beaches, stoop-sitting and group fitness.