As new mobility devices, like dockless scooters, are deployed in Oakland, what are the implications and opportunities for the Jack London neighborhood? How can they help us achieve our goal of an accessible, inviting and vibrant Jack London?
Dave Campbell (Bike East Bay): Dave Campbell is Advocacy Director at Bike East Bay where he works to expand bicycle facilities and improve streets for safe and inviting travel for people of all ages and abilities; he has been involved with Bike East Bay since 1996.
Kerby Olsen : Kerby Olsen is the Shared Mobility Coordinator at the Oakland Department of Transportation where he manages the city’s bike share and car share programs; he previously oversaw the development and management of Berkeley’s bike share program.
Marlo Sandler, BIRD : Marlo Sandler is the Senior Manager of Government Relations at BIRD and has over 10 years of city planning experience. She recently served as the Market Street Project Manager for the San Francisco Planning Department.
Kara Oberg: Kara Oberg serves as Active Transportation Planner at the Metropolitan Transportation Commission where she coordinates the regional bike share community engagement program and permitting process with cities, transit agencies, non-government organizations and bike share operators.
Cory Weinberg (The Information): Cory Weinberg is a reporter for The Information, an online technology publication, where he has been covering the business of electric scooter and bike share companies and their impact on governments and consumers.
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