Does Vancouver’s transportation network risk stalling out?
Published by: Business in Vancouver
Business in Vancouver’s Tyler Orton interviewed Sandra Phillips on the topic of Vancouver’s 2019 Shared Mobility City Index position (audio).
The Problem of Fleet Relocation in On-Demand Services
Published by: Urban Mobility Forum
In this article of the Urban Mobility Forum, Sandra Phillips explains one of the toughest challenges and potential solutions for one of on-demand services: relocation.
Why Business Fleets Are Slow to Embrace Car-Sharing, and What They are Missing
Published by: Fleet Management Weekly
Fleet Management Weekly shines a light on why North American business fleets are lagging behind other markets in embracing carsharing.
Montreal’s Movin’On event sparks mobility innovations from around the world
Published by: Driving
movmi was invited to Movin’On, the world summit on sustainable mobility, to speak on panel. Here, Sandra Phillips discusses the future of mobility and how cities can adopt new more shared mobility modes that integrates with public transportation.
Lyft exec pitches Vancouver on value of abandoning car ownership
Published by: Vancouver Courier
This article discusses autonomous vehicles and how regulation is necessary to avoid adding more congestion.
Sandra Phillips: more mobility for everyone
Published by: BMW Magazine
In this interview, Sandra Phillips discusses her vision of mobility that won her the “Next Visionaries” competition; a competition launched by BMWi in collaboration with TED.
The Rise of Autonomous Vehicles: Planning for Deployment Not Just Development
Published by: RD Magazine
This article discusses autonomous vehicles and the challenges remaining to implementing this across the world. It also features Ontario’s Autonomous Vehicle Innovation Network (AVIN), the first Canadian city to make a promise and significant investment into AVs.
BMW I/TED Next Visionaries Winner Talks Shared Mobility
Published by: Autotrader
Sandra discusses her vision of inclusive transportation that serves the needs of all citizens in urban and rural areas with electric AVs and public transit.
movmi’s CEO and founder, Sandra Phillips, shares how mobility could be transformed in the future where electric AVs and public transit will be make mobility more socially equitable that serves the needs of all citizens.
Published by: Wired Italy
“Alla fine, il contest e stato vinto dalla svizzera Sandra Phillips, che ha proposto una visione del futuro in cui auto autonome, trasporto pubblico e car sharing si integrano alla perfezione rivoluzionando la mobilità”