Webinar: Clean Mobility Options – Partnerships with Mobility Providers, California, 2020

Date: Feb 12, 2020

The Clean Mobility Options Voucher Pilot Program (CMO) Administrator Team held a Partnerships with Mobility Providers webinar that featured tips for developing public-private partnerships from the Shared-Use Mobility Center (SUMC) followed by five-minute presentations from 14 operators included in the Clean Mobility Provider Directory (Directory). The presentations highlighted Directory entries, a resource meant to help potential CMO voucher applicants in finding partners to operate mobility services, focused on equity, accessibility, and on standard approaches to developing mobility partnerships.

 

The operators included:

Blue Systems (James Delgado, Director of Business Development)

Circuit (Alyssa Haerle, Director of Transit Development)

Coaster Cycles (John Walker Baus, Communications and Partnerships)

Commute with Enterprise (Randy Gregg, Director of Business Rental Sales)

Envoy (Paul Hernandez, Head of Public Policy)

Green Commuter (Leslie Graham, Director of Grants and Partnerships)

HOPR (Josh Squire, Founder and CEO)

Míocar (Gloria Huerta, Program Manager)

Mobility Development Group (Randall Creighton, CEO)

SPIN (Tim Alborg, Director of Government Partnerships)

VeoRide (Caleb Guerrero, Senior Business Development)

Via (Olivia Blahut, Platform Partnerships – Southeast)

Waive (Mohit Pandita, Vice President of Strategy)

Zipcar (Jeffrey Hoover, Public Partnerships Specialist)

 

Download the presentations here.

View the webinar recording here.

 

CMO funding is available throughout California to eligible disadvantaged communities, as well as eligible low-income Tribal and affordable-housing communities, to increase access to safe, reliable, convenient and affordable transportation options. CMO is funded by California Climate Investments, a statewide initiative that puts billions of Cap-and-Trade dollars to work reducing greenhouse gas emissions, strengthening the economy, and improving public health and the environment – particularly in disadvantaged communities.

For more information on CMO, please visit: www.cleanmobilityoptions.org.

 

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