IPMI On-Demand Webinar: Curbing COVID-19 At The Curb
On-Demand Webinar Fee: $35.00 for IPMI Members, $85.00 for Non-Members
How we think about traveling and commuting in the cities where we work and live has changed dramatically with the spread of COVID-19. We drive less, eschew public transportation, and are less likely to use shared mobility devices. This new definition of mobility has exacerbated declining municipal revenues. Cities and states face a unique challenge: stimulate local economies and generate revenue all while working to reopen responsibly to prevent new hot spots of infection and protect public health.
Curbside technologies offer unique solutions to help fund government programs while safeguarding the public. Curbside technologies can help monitor and mitigate viral spread, provide economic relief to constituents, and create a path for municipal revenue recovery. Cities have an opportunity to quickly pivot and utilize metered parking, permit parking, citation issuance and processing, and data science to achieve critical municipal goals.
- Identify curbside strategies for reducing the risk of contagion, providing relief to customers, and helping fund critical municipal goals.
- Assess curbside data for its effectiveness as an early indicator of people congregating/flaunting social distancing guidelines, the need for enforcement, and the spread of COVID-19.
- Detail best practices and measure the effectiveness of amnesty and relief programs for constituents and revenue recovery efforts.
Matt Darst, JD, Director of Curbside Management; oversees Conduent Transportation’s analytics team, helping cities use data to better manage curbside resources to promote social equity, improve pedestrian safety, and increase physical distancing during the pandemic. Prior to joining Conduent, he served in the public sector for 16 years.