Andrew Salzberg
Thursday, April 21, 2016 — 11:45am–1:00 pm (lunch provided at 11:45 am, talk begins at 12pm)

Join Uber for a discussion of Uber’s role in the future of urban mobility. We’ll discuss questions like: Is Uber able to provide service in lower density or more underserved areas than traditional taxi services? Can a company that moves cars around the city help get cars off the road? What’s the long term impact of the availability of Uber and Uber-like services on traditional public transport? On Congestion?

About the Speaker

As Uber’s Global Mobility Policy Lead, Andrew focuses on making Uber an integral part of the future of urban transportation through research, partnerships, and policy development. He joined Uber in 2013 and became the Senior Operations Manager for New York City, Uber’s largest global market, before joining the global policy team. Prior to joining Uber, Andrew worked at the World Bank supporting public transportation investment projects in East Asia. He holds a bachelor of civil engineering degree from McGill University and Master in Urban Planning degree from Harvard University. While at Harvard, Andrew worked at Transport for London through MIT's Transit Research Lab using smartcard transaction data for bus network planning.