Kevin Salzer, MSP, AICP comes to MyHealthDrīv from the Jacksonville Transportation Authority in Jacksonville, Florida. At the Authority, Kevin served as its Transportation Innovation Officer. He developed and applied strategies to adapt emerging technologies and diverse transportation modes to better move people in Northeast Florida—a rural and urban mixed landscape.
Before working for the Authority, Kevin was a Senior Research Associate at the University of South Florida’s Center of Urban Transportation Research. There he performed applied research on emerging technology solutions including connected vehicles, shared mobility, transit operations, service planning, health access, and emergency food systems.
Kevin serves as one of four US experts on the International Standards Organization (ISO) TC204 Work Group 8 for Intelligent Transport Systems.
Nationally, he serves on two Transit Cooperative Research Program (TCRP) panels. TCRP is an applied research program sponsored by the US Federal Transit Administration that develops near-term, practical solutions to problems facing public transportation.
Kevin holds a Master of Science Degree in Urban and Regional Planning from Florida State University and is a member of the American Institute of Certified Planners.
Kevin ensures that MyHealthDrīv is safe, effective, and follows all state and federal regulatory requirements. He also makes sure that the MyHealthDrīv transportation service is operational and of high-quality for its ridership and that drivers are appropriately trained and certified.