Overview

Transportation equity takes many forms. But underneath all of these initiatives runs the conviction that safe, accessible, affordable, and environmentally sustainable transportation options are meant for all people, not merely for a favored few.

In this webinar, we’ll have a panel of transportation practitioners, policy advocates, and Remix technologists who will speak to their unique transportation equity projects and the impacts they’re seeing on the ground. From teaching their agency the value of Title VI, to ensuring public outreach materials are published in the languages of local communities, to building technology that supports planners focused on equity, we’re pleased to welcome our panelists. Join the conversation as we dig into the practical application of this critical topic.

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About the Author(s)

Stein van Oosteren

Spokesperson, Collectif Velo Ile-de-France

Stein van Oosteren is the spokesperson of Collectif Velo Ile-de-France, a federation representing 39 cycling advocacy groups in the Paris region. Beside working with NGO’s and municipalities to create a more dynamic and healthier urban realm, Stein is also part of the official Dutch administration in France and represents the Kingdom at the UNESCO. As a Dutch-French dual citizen he is a real-life manifestation of exporting Dutch cycling culture, which, due in large part of his effort, is now reflected in the efforts of the Parisian cycling revolution.

Francesco Iacorossi

Project Manager, Roma Servizi per la Mobilità

Devoted cyclist and former rugby player, Francesco has been working with Roma Servizi la Mobilità on major EU funded, active transportation projects for over 10 years. He has also served as the communications lead for projects across the EU, such as HandShak, P.A.S.T.A, ECC, Bike Challenge, and SUMP Roma. Francesco is also the author of “When in Rome Go Sustainable” an educational guide featuring the Italian Rugby & Tennis Federations, FIAB and Healthy Stadia on how to access Stadio Olimpico in Rome through public transport, cycling, and walking. Francesco is currently a member of the Osservatorio Bikeconomy's scientific committee and ITF Safer City Streets Strategic Advisory Group and was recently elected BYCS Bicycle Mayor of Rome.

Peter Biczok

Transport Planner and Technical Lead, Remix

Peter Biczok is a transport planner and technical lead for Remix, and works closely with Remix’s European customer base. Remix is the first collaborative platform for transportation decision making and is used by 340+ cities worldwide. After finishing his Transport planning degree at UCL’s Bartlett School he spent further years researching the Dutch mobility system at the Universiteit van Amsterdam. He worked with traffic analysis AI developer Fileradar and active mobility consultancy Mobycon in the Netherlands before joining Remix. He is also co-founder of Biciklizing.hu and the City and Mobilities Institute in Budapest.