Google addresses equity need

For several years, the concept of equity in transportation has been discussed at events like this.
April 25, 2023
The Google Public Sector team
The Google Public Sector team

So, the case has been made for what is essentially a fairer system for all: one that is inclusive and diverse, and has empathy and understanding both internally and externally. Because-make no mistake – equity in transportation can provide substantial business benefits.

How can an organisation move beyond talking of equity as a concept and begin to embed it into their operations? How can you get a handle on what equity really means and what it can do for your organisation?  

Reymund Dumlao has the answers and so much more. He spearheads Google Public Sector’s go-to-market strategy for transportation, driving mobility and equity solutions that address the needs of public sector agencies.

Dumlao will chair an expert panel in SIS32: Operationalising Equity in Transportation being held tomorrow from 08:00 to 09:30 in Grapevine 2. This panel, which includes Tammy L. Lee, Hawaii Department of Transportation; Seleta Reynolds, Los Angeles Metro; and Anant Dinamani, Principal, Deloitte, will explore how agencies can use data-driven insights, sentiment analytics, and streamline business processes to advance equity goals.   

Panellists will share examples including addressing environmental justice; rethinking community engagement to bring in new voices; improving public contracting practices by creating opportunities for historically underutilised businesses (HUBs); and using digital tools to assess risk and prioritise investment.

This is an unmissable opportunity to gain invaluable insights into equity in transportation.

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