The Mobility Management Peer Learning Network is an opportunity for transportation stakeholders and those interested in transportation to come together every other month to learn about mobility management from their peers. Each learning session will cover either a different aspect of mobility management or a different way mobility management is applied in Maine. Each learning session will devote time to presentations by colleagues, followed by ample time for questions and answers.
Peer Learning Network webinars will be held on the third Tuesday of every other month from 12pm-1pm via Zoom starting June 18th. The Mobility Management Peer Learning Network will also enable stakeholders to connect outside of the learning sessions through Slack. If you are interested in participating, please contact Perian Carpenter at [email protected]
We will cover these topics:
• Mobility Management Overview and National Resources
• Getting Started as a Mobility Manager
• Healthcare Transportation: Solving Transportation Barriers for Cancer Survivors
• Social Transportation Needs: Shopping Shuttles
• Transportation and Aging Communities
• Volunteer Driver Programs
• And more!
Who Should Participate?
Anyone involved in a transportation-related organization or who has an interest in transportation is welcome to participate in the Learning Network. While we highly encourage you to attend each learning session, it is not mandatory. All learning sessions are free to participants.
The Mobility Management Peer Learning Network is part of the Moving Maine initiative, a new effort devoted to improving mobility for all Mainers, especially people who experience transportation challenges.