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.