2022 Presentations

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First Conference Day

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Presenters
9:15 - 9:45 MAIN ROOM:
Opening Keynote
Lucy Saunders, Healthy Streets (UK)
 

MAIN ROOM, Friday, 25th November 

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10:30 - 11:00 Theme Keynote Fiona Campbell, Manager Cycling Strategy & City Access, City of Sydney
11:00 - 11:30 Theme Keynote Kathryn King, Urban Mobility Manager, NZ Transport

Abstract: How New Zealand is delivering a step change in active travel.

11:30 - 11:55 Theme Keynote Dr Robbie Napper, Deputy Director, Mobility Design Lab, Monash University

Abstract: Safe cycling: it’s at the intersection of safety, law and design

1:00
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1:10
Spin Cycle Michelle Prior, Director of Active Transport WA Dept of Transport

Abstract: Evaluating 30km/hr Safe Active Streets – WA’s Bike Boulevard Program

3:30 - 4:00 Theme Keynote James Laing, Principal Transportation Designer, Stantec

Abstract: But we're not Amsterdam! Why London, New York and others might be better role models for the short term.

4:00 - 4:30 Theme Keynote Gordon Hughes, Director, Cities & Active Transport Division, TfNSW

Abstract: Major Active Transport changes in NSW


4:30 - 4:55
Spin Cycle

Four five minute presentations then five minutes for questions

Mary Haverland, Senior Technical Director, Arcadis

1 → Designing for micromobility - a movement and place approach.

Monica Olyslagers, Global Innovation Manager, iRAP

2 → Introducing an infrastructure risk evaluation model for cyclists.

Liz Irvin, Transport Planner, Stantec

3 → How to use modal filters to make school streets safer.

Sam Kemp, Transport Survey and Data Manager, Bicycle Network

4 → Using Artificial Intelligence Road Surveys (AIRS) to provide insights.

 

BREAKOUT ROOM, Friday, 25th November 

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10:30 - 11:00 Theme Keynote Sara Stace, Director of Cities, WSP & Shifani Sood, Senior Consultant, WSP

Future of Delivery: Unleashing the potential of micromobility for the last mile

11:00 - 11:30 Theme Keynote Prof Geoff Rose, Monash Institue of Transport Studies, Monash University

Abstract: Making shared e-scooters work in a regional city - Launceston Tasmania case study


11:30 – 11:55
Spin Cycle

Two 10 minutes  presentations then 10 minutes for questions

x Jules Flynn, Chief Operations Officer, Zoomo

1 → Learnings from abroad: the successful transition to light electric vehicles for last-mile delivery

Deevya Desai, Head of Expansion, Govt Partnerships ANZ, Bird

2 → Advanced Micromobility

11:55 - 12:00 Special Announcement Tim Morris, Neuron Regional Manager, NSW & Qld

Rental e-scooters are boosting local economies in turbulent times


1:00 - 1:30
Spin Cycle

Four five minute presentations then 10 minutes for questions

x Tom Cooper General Manager, Aust & NZ, Beam

1 → Micromobility 2.0: Advances in e-mobility technology ...

x Hugo Burt-Morris General Manager, Aust & NZ, Lime

2 → Presentation topic TBA

Tim Morris, Neuron Regional Manager NSW & Qld

3 → How to make shared micromobility work for everyone

Penelope Bennett, Senior Transport Planner, City of Adelaide

4 → E-Scooter Management in the City of Adelaide: Insights from a Designated Parking Trial

1:30 - 2:00 Theme Keynote Stephen Coulter, co-founder Zipidi

What are the barriers holding back shared micromobility in Australia?

2:02
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2:30
Spin Cycle Michael Schwartz,

Ride Report

Abstract: The magic of transparency: how shared data can align interests and make regulation easier


3:30 - 3:55
Spin Cycle

Three five minute presentations then 10 minutes for questions

Matthew Root, Co-owner, Flyt Transport Planning Consultancy.

1 → A Perth family's cargo bike journey: interest, ownership, changemaker!

Al Reid, Business Development Manager, CargoCraft

2 → CargoCraft solutions for micromobility docking

Monica Zarafu, founder and CEO, Bykko

3 → Electric Bike Sharing for every Body


3:55 - 4:25
Spin Cycle

Four five minute presentations then 10 minutes for questions

Maryna Podbudzei, Researcher, University of Bundeswehr, Munich

1 → How safe are e-scooters? Comparing e-scooter and bicycle crash data.

Christina Sorbello, Regional Manager Asia Pacific, Love to Ride

2 → Billions of missing bike trips. Tracking the ride data of everyday riders.

Rene Tuxford, Co-Founder emicro

3 → Safe, secure parting solutions for micromobility users.

Todd Nguyen, Project Transport Planner, WSP

4 → Going small - optimising the transition to micromobility.

4:25 - 4:55 Theme Keynote Prof. David Levinson, University of Sydney and Technologist, WalkSydney.

How Small Changes to Traffic Signals can Make Walking Better

Second Conference Day

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9:10 - 9:45 MAIN ROOM:

Opening Keynote

Andy Salkeld, Active Travel Team Leader, Leicester City Council, UK

From Car Park King to Covid Recovery - Leicester's transformation

9:45 - 10:15 MAIN ROOM:

Opening Keynote

Oliver Bruce, co-founder Micromobility Podcast, Micromobility.io

Move over iPhone! Why micromobility is the next big disruptor.

MAIN ROOM - Saturday, 26th November

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11:05 - 11:30 Theme Keynote x Tom Flood, Founder, Rovelo Creative, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada

From car advertiser to cycling advocate - making videos with impact

11:30 - 12:00 Shared Theme Keynote
  1. Megan Sharkey, Adjunct Lecturer (UNSW), Urban Studies Research Scholar (U of Westminster)Accelerating Micromobility Transitions
    NSW
  2. Kelly Andrews, CEO Healthy Cities IllawarraHealthy Cities Illawarra: Safe and Active Routes to School Project.
1:00 - 3:00 Workshop Megan Sharkey, Adjunct Lecturer (UNSW), Urban Studies Research Scholar (U of Westminster). Assisted by Sara Stace and Stephen Hodge.

How to launch an effective campaign for better streets.

3:30 - 4:00 Theme Keynote
shared
 

  1. Lena Huda. President WalkSydney, Founder 30Please.org, Co-founder Safe Streets to School: Why bike lanes alone won’t get everyone cycling. 30km/h speed limits as an enabler for more active transport
  2. Jon Lindley Co-founder Safe Streets to School: Case study of Safe Streets to School - Wollongong
4:00 - 4:30 Spin Cycle

Two 10 minute presentations with 10 minutes of questions at the end.

Peter McLean, CEO Bicycle NSW

1 → Micromobility developments in NSW - an insider's insights

2 → Micromobility developments globally and in Europe Henk Swarttouw, President World Cycling Alliance, President European Cyclists' Federation

BREAKOUT ROOM - Saturday, 26th November

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11:00 - 11:25 Theme Keynote Thomas Treloar, Founder The Rolling Fix

Why are major corporations and property owners embracing active travel?

11:30 - 12:00 Theme Keynote Mark Ames, General Manager, Connect Macquarie Park Innovation District

The currency of change - a strategy to overcome community resistance (and build your industy).

1:00 - 1:30 Spin Cycle

Three five minutes presentations followed by 15 minutes of Q&A

Dan Barr, Director, Better Cities Group

1 → The Community Benefit of Supporting the Operator’s Bottom Line

Benjamin Carr, Co-Founder Lug+Carrie

2 → Learning from others: Micromobility Industry in Australia

Kyle Bolto, CEO & Founder, Ohmie GO

3 → The future of shared e-mobility

1:30 - 2:00 Spin Cycle Oliver Bruce, Co-founder Micromobility Podcast, Micromobility.io

1 → What are the biggest global trends in Micromobility right now?

  Four five minutes presentations followed by 10 minutes of Q&A Andrew Morse, CEO .ptc Consultants

2 → How private developers and local governments can collaborate for win-win solutions.

  x Chris Arnott, Co-Founder, Ride Kola

3 → Not all micromobility is created equal

  Anthony Joseph, Co-Founder, Bike Party

4 → Safety in numbers - using software to introduce fellow commuters (working title tbc)

2:02 - 2:30 Spin Cycle

One 10 minute & Two five minute presentations followed by ten minutes of Q&A

Kory Young, Growth Manager, Ride Report

1 → The Micromobility Flywheel - How public agencies can leverage an industry's rapid growth

Sam Johnson, Infrastructure Consultant, World Bank

2 → Catalysing an e-bike revolution in Pacific Islands

Mirza Hotic, Senior Consultant, Integrated Transport & Mobility, Aurecon

3 → Shared mobility in spatial development

2:30 to 3:00 Theme Keynote Max Wang, Senior Product Manager at Intelematics

How an algorythm makes cycling safer in Sydney and Melbourne

3:30 - 4:00 Spin Cycle

Four five minutes presentations followed by 10 minutes of Q&A

Maurice Berger, Business Development Manager, Metrocount

1 → How to use ride data to validate infrastructure (working title tbc)

Al Reid, Business Development Manager, CargoCraft

2 → Untapped Australian markets in freight. (working title tbc)

Michael Roth, Lead Transport Advisor, Auckland Council

3 → How the Europeans have changed their streets to enable micromobility.

Damon Rao, Senior Transport Planner, City of Melbourne

4 → Melbourne shared e-scooter and e-bikes trial - Balancing risk management and success.

 4:00 - 4:30 Spin Cycle

One ten minute then two five minute presentations followed by 10 minutes of Q&A

Peter Mildon, Founder and COO, VivaCity Labs
Contact: peter@vivacitylabs.com

1 →Using new technology to manage active travel programs

 

Joshua Adams, Economist, Qld Dept of Transport and Main Roads.

2 → Introducing a Web-based Tool for Rapid Economic Appraisal of Active Transport Infrastructure Projects

  John Symons, Senior Research Fellow, Victoria Institute of Strategic Economic Studies

3 → Safety pays! Economic modelling of road safety innovations.