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Development of Transactional Data Specification for Demand-Responsive Transportation (2019)

Chapter: Appendix 1: Industry Advisory Panel List of Members

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Suggested Citation:"Appendix 1: Industry Advisory Panel List of Members." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2019. Development of Transactional Data Specification for Demand-Responsive Transportation. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/25619.
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95 Appendix 1: Industry Advisory Panel List of Members Name Category 1. Izzy Aala Technology provider 2. Sarah Anderson Researcher/ consultant 3. Daniel Andrlik Technology provider 4. Aaron Antrim Technology provider 5. Chad Ballentine Public agency 6. David Block-Schachter Public agency 7. Christopher Bryan Private transportation operator 8. Emily Castor/Paul Davis Transportation network company 9. Jarrod Clark Technology provider 10. Elaine Collins Public agency 11. Tom Coogan Technology provider 12. Kevin Chambers Researcher/ consultant 13. Alex Fay Technology provider 14. Ray Lowrey Private transportation operator 15. Bob Nixon Technology provider 16. Louis Pappas Transportation network company 17. Peter Pistek Private transportation operator 18. Andrew Salzberg Transportation network company 19. Bruce Schaller Researcher/ consultant 20. Judy Swystun Private transportation operator 21. Arjan Van Andel Technology provider 22. Steven Yaffe Public agency

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In the current U.S. climate of on-demand transportation services, the development of transactional data specifications for demand-responsive transportation (DRT)—sometimes referred to as “on-demand services”—will help facilitate interaction between software systems that manage DRT services in the United States.

The TRB Transit Cooperative Research Program's TCRP Research Report 210: Development of Transactional Data Specification for Demand-Responsive Transportation documents the development of the new data specifications for DRT.

A primary purpose of a transactional data specification is to enable DRT services in the U.S. to more fully and easily participate in an era of “New Mobility” by facilitating interactions among the software systems that manage them. New mobility refers to a new generation of technology-enabled urban transportation services that include bike sharing, car sharing, electric scooters, and on-demand transportation services operated by both private-sector and public-sector entities, including Uber and Lyft as well as public transit agencies.

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