From Disruption to Adaptation: Legal and Policy Implications for Cities and Transit in the Wake of COVID-19
Dive into relevant data and takeaways from the IPMI Industry Response & Recovery Benchmarking Survey. Discuss observations and recent trends, and examine how mobility system shifts are creating challenges to existing municipal legal and policy structures. Explore how decisions are being made, what’s needed now, and how cities are responding. This Shoptalk will focus primarily on municipalities and public agencies, and all are welcome to attend.
Kathryn Hebert, Director Transportation, Mobility, and Parking, City of Norwalk, CT
Kathryn is a strategic visionary leader bringing together the best ideas and people from public and private sectors to innovate and transform communities. For over 30 years, she has been instrumental in the resurgence of Norwalk, Connecticut, with changes made possible by reimagining transportation, parking, mobility, and all supporting components. Equally adept at managing the business of government, enlisting resources, and partnering with private sector organizations to achieve goals. Kathryn is currently the Director of Transportation, Mobility, and Parking for the City of Norwalk, Conn. As a critical part of the City of Norwalk Economic Development Team, she directs the City’s Transportation, Mobility and Parking Department providing oversight, leadership and management to create and implement convenient and safe mobile connectivity between neighborhoods, business districts and major transportation hubs through coordinated planning, engineering, operations and community collaborations. She is an elected member of the IPMI Board of Directors and is the Immediate Past President of the New England Parking Council.