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Chapter: Appendix A - Public Agency and Private Operator Interviewees

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Suggested Citation:"Appendix A - Public Agency and Private Operator Interviewees." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2016. Shared Mobility and the Transformation of Public Transit. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/23578.
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Suggested Citation:"Appendix A - Public Agency and Private Operator Interviewees." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2016. Shared Mobility and the Transformation of Public Transit. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/23578.
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Suggested Citation:"Appendix A - Public Agency and Private Operator Interviewees." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2016. Shared Mobility and the Transformation of Public Transit. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/23578.
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A-1 A P P E N D I X A Public Agency and Private Operator Interviewees Table A-1. Public agency interviews. Market Agency Posion Ausn, TX Capital Metro Director, Long Range Planning Service Analysis Manager Director of Service Planning Transportaon Planner Ausn, TX Ausn Transportaon Department Assistant Director of System Development and Regulaon Acve Transportaon Division Manager Ausn, TX Capital Area Metropolitan Transportaon Organizaon Senior Planner (2 individuals) Commute Soluons Coordinator Planner Boston, MA City of Cambridge Director of Traffic, Parking, and Transportaon Transportaon Planner, Traffic, Parking, and Transportaon Parking and Transportaon Demand Management Planning Officer Boston, MA Massachuseƒs Department of Transportaon Project Director, MassRIDES Manager of Long Range Planning Transit and Capital Analyst Transportaon Planner Transportaon Program Planner Manager of Paratransit Programs Office of Transportaon Planning Boston, MA City of Boston Commissioner, Boston Transportaon Department Director, Parking Clerk Co-Chair, Mayor's Office of New Urban Mechanics Director of Enforcement, Boston Transportaon Department (Connued on next page)

A-2 Shared Mobility and the Transformation of Public Transit Table A-1 (Connued). Market Agency Posion Chicago, IL Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning Principal Planner, Policy and Programming (2 individuals) Chicago, IL Chicago Transit Authority Vice President, Scheduling and Service Planning Senior Manager, Service Planning Chicago, IL Regional Transportaon Authority Execuve Director Chicago, IL Metra Department Head, Long Range Planning Director of Markeng Market Development staff member Chicago, IL Chicago Department of Transportaon Deputy Commissioner, CDOT Assistant Commissioner, CDOT Chicago, IL Pace Suburban Bus Deputy Execuve Director, Strategic Services Planning Services Department Manager Los Angeles, CA City of Santa Monica Manager, Strategic & Transportaon Planning Los Angeles, CA Southern California Associaon of Governments Senior Regional Planner Los Angeles, CA City of Pasadena Transportaon Deputy to City Councilmember Los Angeles, CA Los Angeles Metropolitan Transportaon Authority Sustainability Policy Manager Execuve Officer, Transit Corridors, Acve Transportaon & Sustainability Deputy Execuve Officer of Countywide Planning and Development San Francisco, CA San Francisco Municipal Transportaon Agency Senior Transportaon Planner Transportaon Planner Execuve Director Deputy Director for Planning Boston, MA Massachuse‹s Bay Transportaon Authority Manager of Service Planning Assistant General Manager, Operaons Strategy and Support

Public Agency and Private Operator Interviewees A-3 Market Agency Posion San Francisco, CA Bay Area Rapid Transit Customer Access & Accessibility Department Manager Access Coordinator Seale, WA King County Metro Supervisor, Transit Market Development Transportaon Planner Transportaon Planner Transportaon Planner Seale, WA City of Seale— Department of Transportaon Senior Transportaon Planner Director of Acve Transportaon Execuve Director, Puget Sound Bike Share Mobility Programs Manager Seale, WA City of Seale—Dept. of Finance & Administrave Services Director of Regulatory Compliance & Consumer Protecon Strategic Advisor, Regulatory Compliance & Consumer Protecon Seale, WA King County—Records & Licensing Services Division Deputy Director Finance Administrator Seale, WA Puget Sound Regional Council Senior Planner Washington, DC Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority Managing Director of Planning Director of Strategic Planning Manager, Access Planning & Policy Analysis Washington, DC District Department of Transportaon Associate Director, Policy, Planning and Sustainability U.S. Federal Transit Administraon ITS Program Manager Director, Office of Mobility Innovaon Director, Office of Transit Programs Associate Administrator, Office of Research, Demonstraon, and Innovaon Table A-1 (Connued).

A-4 Shared Mobility and the Transformation of Public Transit Table A-2. Shared-use mobility operator interviews. Operator Posion Ly Director of Transportaon Policy Bridj Chief Data Scienst Zipcar Director, Corporate Communicaons & Public Policy Ridescout Co-Founder/CEO Enterprise Soluons Communicaons Director Bikeshare of Ausn Execuve Director

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