International Parking and Mobility Institute
The International Parking & Mobility Institute (IPMI) is the world’s largest association of professionals in parking, transportation, and mobility — professionals who keep all of us moving. Members include everyone from garage owners and operators to architects to city managers to government agencies, health care centers, universities, airports, and convention centers. IPMI works to advance the parking and mobility profession through professional development, research and data collection, advocacy and outreach, and with experts from around the world in dozens of specialties to make sure parking and transportation function efficiently.

Kimley-Horn 2020 Presenters

Beyond the Hype: A Look into the Hot Trend of Mobility Hubs

June 1, 2020 | 3:15 – 4:15 PM

Mobility hubs are major transit stations, often including structured parking, that integrate robust shared and micro-mobility services, mobility educational resources, and residential & employment development. They are places of connectivity where different modes integrate seamlessly and maximize the mobility ROI and parking infrastructure investments. This session will provide a general understanding of the mobility hub concept(s) and a case study of mobility hub development from UC San Diego and San Diego Association of Governments (SANDAG).
  • Recognize the general concept of mobility hubs; learn about key planning attributes and a framework for assessing project viability.
  • Compare different potential elements of mobility hub projects as they relate to specific customer groups and different strategies for leveraging technology.
  • Learn from case-study examples of the various options, trade-offs and benefits of considering mobility hubs for your environment.


Kimley-Horn Speakers, Presenters, and Moderators

Jeffrey Elsey, P.E., CAPP, LEED AP
Managing Demand: Harnessing Competing Priorities Within University and Healthcare Parking and Transportation Operations
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Nick Mazzenga, P.E.
Managing the Corridor: A New Way to Enhance Mobility and Reduce Congestion with Parking
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Dennis Burns, CAPP and Leslie Tabor
Beyond the Hype: A Look into the Hot Trend of Mobility Hubs
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