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#TransLinkTomorrow: how can micromobility support a livable region?

On April 25, we held our latest talk as part of TransLink Tomorrow’s The Future of Mobility speaker series. We welcomed industry, academia and policymakers for a talk on shared micro-mobility. Shared micro-mobility refers to any small, human or electric-powered transportation solution such as bikes, e-bikes, scooters, e-scooters or any other small, lightweight vehicle that is being used as a shared resource between multiple users.

Thank you to everyone who attended! Missed it? Watch the archived Periscope livestream above.



  • Bowinn Ma, MLA for North Vancouver-Lonsdale and Parliamentary Secretary for TransLink

Opening Remarks:

  • Andrew McCurran, Strategic Planning & Policy Director, TransLink
  • Adam Hyslop, Transportation Planner, UBC Campus & Community Planning


  • Chris Schafer, Lime
  • Michael van Hemmen, Uber/JUMP
  • Mia Kohout, Mobi
  • Dr. Alex Bigazzi, UBC (Human-electric hybrid vehicles: Implications of new non-auto mobility options for street design and policy in the Vancouver region)

Panel Discussion:

  • Chris Schafer, Lime
  • Michael van Hemmen, Uber/JUMP
  • Mia Kohout, Mobi
  • Scott Edwards, City of Vancouver
  • Jennifer Draper, City of North Vancouver
  • Dr. Alex Bigazzi, UBC


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