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July 9, 2019, Tuesday - Transportation Workshop Series: The Business Case at HGA

Time: 7:30 AM – 9 AM

Location: HGA Architects and Engineers, 420 5th St N, Ste 100

Transportation Workshop Series: The Business Case

Just a few years ago Lyft, Nice Ride, Uber, and Bird existed only in our dreams. Today they’re everywhere, and these new shared mobility options are changing the way businesses do business. This workshop addresses how Minneapolis employers can incorporate new shared modes into employee policies and benefits along with transit. We’ll review the rules of the road, how shared mobility operates, and how employers can integrate these options into business travel solutions using special rates and apps. There will be time to discuss how shared mobility is impacting participants’ business processes and to share ideas.