Transportation access is one of the fundamental objectives of the public sector as a means to provide access to jobs, services, recreation, and all other elements of the movement of people and goods. It is also one of the most important ways government can enable residents to live healthy, productive lives.
Join Renee Autumn Ray, author of Eno’s recent paper “Increasing Access to Essential Health Functions: The Role of Transportation in Improving America’s Health,” to discuss the paper and her recommendations on how public sector agencies can work together to improve policy and programming, provide a more equitable environment, and enable better health outcomes and a higher quality of life.
Renee Autumn Ray, Strategy and Innovation Leader, Conduent Transportation
Paul Lewis, Vice President of Policy and Finance, Eno Center for Transportation
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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.