Changing Trends in Travel Behavior – Will They Last?

Virtual

How has travel behavior changed during the COVID-19 pandemic, including adjustments and substitutions for work-related and shopping trips? How do changes in travel behavior and online shopping differ between income, race/ethnicity, and occupational class?

Impacts to California Transportation Finance

Virtual

The pandemic has significantly reduced transportation revenues from motor vehicle fuel taxes, tolls, transit fares, regulatory surcharges, and perhaps most importantly, general sales taxes.

Transit’s Path to Recovery

Virtual

Transit thrives on density, but the pandemic has upended that idea with density as the antithesis of public health measures to control the spread of COVID-19.

Advancing Equity through Agency Actions

Virtual

This session will feature examples from agencies that have a track record of equity programs, projects, and actions that we should showcase.

Transit Before and During COVID-19

Virtual

COVID-19 has exacerbated trends of increasing transit ridership and increasing costs that existed before the pandemic. What has happened? What changes will be short-lived? Which may change transit for the longer term?

Free

Money for Transit

Virtual

Transit's finances have been temporarily boosted by a series of federal stimulus bills. California's budget surplus has also provided additional funding for transit. But what happens after agencies exhaust these one-time infusions of funds?

Free

Transit for People

Virtual

Public transit exists to serve people and their mobility needs. This mission as a provider of social service includes addressing societal problems, like homelessness, that occur on transit, enhancing the safety of transit passengers, and ensuring that fares are not a barrier to meeting mobility needs.

Free

Transit Now

Virtual

Hear from the Federal Transit Administration about relief specific programs and program changes that will assist transit agencies in their recovery.

Free

Transit’s Future

Virtual

Hear presentations from two academic approaches to explore the future of public transit and public mobility: the UC ITS Resilient and Innovative Mobility Initiative and UCLA ITS work on the California 100 project.

Free
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