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Allison Wylie is a Transportation & Mobility Public Policy Manager at Uber in San Francisco focused on new mobility and the built environment. Allison was most previously at the National Security Council at the White House, serving in the Office of International Economic Affairs. She also served in the Office of Global Women’s Issues at the U.S. Department of State.

Sessions

  • June 12: Beyond the battle for the kerb: adapting cities to new mobility

    Rethinking the Kerb: Strategies to capture more value out of our kerbs and streets

    In this presentation, participants and audience members will hear an overview of two recent studies, conducted by Fehr & Peers Transportation Consultants and commissioned by Uber, that analyzed a combination of rideshare pickup and dropoff activity data, traffiic count data, and video and photo content to develop design strategies to make kerb space safer, more efficient, and more productive. Participants and audience members will also hear about Uber's efforts to partner with the non-profit SharedStreets to build standards and tools to facilitate the sharing of pickup and dropoff data between the private and public sectors.