IPMI’s Mobility Framework in Action
IPMI’s Mobility Task Force recently collaborated on the definition of mobility and how it affects our industry. The Task Force defined, “Mobility is the study, operation, and integration of all available transportation modes to coordinate the movement of people, goods, and services.” As such, mobility is the integration of all aspects of transportation in a seamless management system to better facilitate stakeholder access and choices across all demographics. Mobility management systems include planning, operations, finance, programming, and technology as well as policy, governance, best practices, and strategies. They incorporate public and private parking assets; public and private transit; active transportation, micro-mobility options, TDM strategies; transportation network companies; commercial freight delivery and loading and more. In other words, it runs the gamut! Join us to break down the new and evolving Mobility Framework through examples and real-world case studies.
- Learn the characteristics, activity flow, stakeholders, and principal values driving mobility.
- Explore strategies IPMI is using to advance the mobility framework.
- Learn how you can put the framework into action in your own environment.
Nathan Berry, Vice President Enterprise Sales, Passport
Nathan Berry is Vice President of Enterprise Sales with Passport, where he's been a part of the sales organization since the very beginning; he was an integral part in leading and developing one of the fastest growing sales teams in the industry. He is known throughout the industry as an expert in both parking and technology. He has worked closely with the City of Portland, Ore.; LA Metro; EasyPark (Vancouver); Pasadena, Calif.; Inglewood, Calif.; and many other cities developing solutions to meet operational goals. Nathan received his bachelor's degree from Iowa State University School of Business and his M. Div from Wake Forest University.
Carmen Donnell, CAPP, Managing Director, North America, PaybyPhone
Carmen Donnell brings more than a decade of parking, transportation, and mobility industry experience alongside a keen interest in relationship management. Carmen is a respected sales leader and an active participant in many industry organizations. As such, Carmen prides herself in viewing parking solutions from the client’s perspective. She has the knowledge and background to customize operations to serve any need. As VP, Sales North America, Carmen is responsible for functional aspects and members of the sales team in the US and Canada. Working closely alongside the CEO, the VP, Enterprise Sales, and other PayByPhone operative departments, Carmen’s top focus is to deliver results that are aligned with PayByPhone’s overall growth strategy while creating a team that promotes personal and professional growth and development.