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What Does Safe Transportation for the 50+ Look Like Now? On-Demand

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Whether you’re looking to get out of the house or attend a medical appointment, staying connected today is vital. And so is finding, safe, reliable transportation options that work for people over 50. Join us at the live virtual event: What Does Safe Transportation for the 50+ Look Like Now? Our experts will cover new ways to limit risk the next time you venture out – plus, how innovations in transportation can help keep you safe. 

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  • Transportation safety during & after the pandemic
  • New ways to get there or have your essentials delivered
  • Ride options that work for the 50+
  • And more!

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Speakers

Danielle Arigoni

Director, Livable Communities

AARP Livable Communities

Danielle Arigoni is Director of Livable Communities at AARP, where she works to support AARP’s 53 state offices (including DC, USVI and Puerto Rico) -- and the nearly 500 localities and several states enrolled in the AARP Network of Age-Friendly States and Communities -- to create great places for all people of all ages. Danielle leads the team responsible for supporting Age-Friendly Network members; developing free practitioner-focused publications on topics ranging from ADUs to placemaking to rural livability; and delivering direct technical assistance to nearly 100 communities each year. Her team also disseminates a free weekly newsletter on livable communities-related issues, reaching more than 100,000 local leaders around the country. Danielle is an urban planner by education, and has nearly 20 years of professional experience contributing to more sustainable and resilient federal, state and local policy, including prior leadership positions at USEPA and HUD. She also serves as a Board Member for the League of American Bicyclists. Danielle holds a Master’s Degree in Regional Planning from Cornell University, and a Bachelor’s Degree in Planning from University of Oregon.

Dr. Susan Shaheen

Professor, Civil and Environmental Engineering, UC Berkeley

Dr. Susan Shaheen is a pioneer and thought leader in innovative mobility strategies. She was among the first to research and write about the changing dynamics in shared mobility and likely scenarios automated vehicles might gain prominence. She is a professor in Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of California, Berkeley. She is a Co-Director of the Transportation Sustainability Research Center of the Institute of Transportation Studies (ITS), Berkeley and Director of the UC ITS’ Resilient and Innovative Mobility Initiative. She has a Ph.D. from UC Davis and a M.S. from the University of Rochester. She has authored 75 journal articles, over 125 reports and proceedings articles, 18 book chapters, and co-edited two books. She is the Vice Chair of the Transportation Research Board (TRB) Executive Committee. She received the 2017 Roy W. Crum award from TRB for her distinguished achievements in transportation research. In May 2016, she was named one of the top 10 academic thought leaders in transportation by the Eno Transportation Foundation.

Matthew W. Daus, Esq.

Partner & Chair, Transportation Practice Group at Windels Marx

Matthew W. Daus, Esq. currently serves as Transportation Technology Chair at the City University of New York’s (CUNY) Transportation Research Center of The City College of New York, where he conducts research, and continues to be extensively published as an expert on ground transportation regulation and technology. As a CUNY Distinguished Lecturer for the past 9 years, he taught courses on transportation history, policy, sustainability, for-hire regulation and technology. Mr. Daus also continues to serve for the past 10 years as President of the International Association of Transportation Regulators (IATR), a non-profit educational and advocacy peer group of government transportation regulators from around the world promoting best regulatory and innovative practice. Commissioner Daus is the longest serving Chairman of the New York City Taxi and Limousine Commission (TLC), serving for 8 ½ years. Prior to his tenure as Commissioner, Mr. Daus served in executive and other positions in NYC government for almost 20 years at several agencies including as General Counsel to the TLC and the NYC Community Development Agency, as Special Counsel to the TLC and NYC Trade Waste Commission, as a NYC Human Rights Prosecutor, and as Commissioner of the NYC Civil Service Commission. Mr. Daus is a partner and currently chairs the Transportation Practice Group at Windels Marx Lane & Mittendorf, LLP.

Scott Bogren

Executive Director

Community Transportation Association of America

Community Transportation Association of America Executive Director Scott Bogren has been working with, writing about and covering the community and public transportation industry for more than three decades. His experience with CTAA includes being Editor-in-Chief of Community Transportation magazine; crafting the Association's various legislative, policy and regulatory positions on Capitol Hill; and shaping CTAA's communications, training and leadership activities. He has been Executive Director at CTAA since 2016. A proud graduate of Indiana University’s Journalism program, Scott lives in Germantown, Md., with his wife Beth and their two children Riley and Ella. In his spare time he like sports, kayaking and reading.

Anthony Taylor

Executive Council, AARP MN, Commissioner Metropolitan Council

Founder, Slow Roll Twin Cities

Anthony is an accidental advocate. He has never stopped biking since receiving a Schwinn Apple Crate for his Birthday in 1971. In 1998 a group of African American women that wanted to complete the AIDS ride from Mpls to Chicago approached him for help and the seeds of Major Taylor Bicycling Club of Mn were born. MTBCMn was founded in 1999 with the commitment to increase the participation of the African American community in cycling for sport, transportation, and health improvement. Anthony is a member of the League of American Bicyclists Equity Advisory Council, an LCI, Co-founder of the Major Taylor Bicycling Club of Mn,, Co-founder and VP of the National Brotherhood of Cyclists, and the founder of Slow Roll Twin Cities. Anthony actively engages in partnerships that use active transportation as a tool to build community, increase personal power, community safety, and improve the wellbeing of our communities with a special commitment in historically oppressed communities. His greatest joy is losing bike races to his 15-year-old son and his 10-year-old daughter's frustration that she can’t ride to school by herself, even though she knows the way. Anthony currently serves as a member of the AARP Executive Council for AARP MN and was appointed by Gov. Walz to the Governor's Council on Age-Friendly Minnesota and as a Commissioner on the Metropolitan Council Open Space Commission, responsible for funding and policy in the Regional Park Systems.

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