9:00 a.m. Concurrent #1A: What Do Consumers Want from New Mobility? Giovanni Circella, Director, 3 Revolutions Future Mobility Program, ITS-Davis Giovanni Circella is the Director of the 3 Revolutions Future Mobility Program at the University of California, Davis, and a Senior Research Engineer in the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering of the Georgia Institute of Technology. Dr. Circella’s research interests include travel behavior, travel demand modeling, travel survey methods, emerging transportation services, shared mobility, autonomous vehicles and policy analysis. His recent research has focused on the impacts of individual attitudes, land use features, information and communication technology (ICT), shared mobility and ridehailing (e.g. Lyft and Uber) on travel behavior and auto ownership, and the mobility patterns of specific population segments (e.g.“millennials”) and in various regions of the U.S., Europe, South America and the Middle East. Dr. Circella is the Chair of the TRB Committee on ICT and Transportation (ADB20), and a member of the Transportation and Sustainability (ADD40) and the Travel Behavior and Values (ADB10) committees. Given his interests and skills in AV research, he also serves in the NCHRP 20-102, 20-102(01), 20-102(09) and 20-102(19) panels on the impacts of connected and automated vehicles. In addition to his contribution to scientific and professional organizations, Dr. Circella regularly cooperates with metropolitan planning organizations (MPOs), other agencies and non-profit organizations in the U.S., Europe and South America. He speaks fluent English, Spanish and Italian. He is a licensed Professional Engineer (P.E.) in Italy. Chris Harto, Senior Policy Analyst, Transportation and Energy, Consumers Reports Mr. Harto serves as a Senior Policy Analyst, Transportation and Energy for Consumers Reports’ Washington, D.C. office, where he leads research on fuel economy, vehicle electrification, new mobility, energy efficiency, clean energy, and other energy and sustainability topics. Mr. Harto produces high quality, policy relevant research and analysis to support CR’s advocacy and public outreach efforts. Mr. Harto has over 15 years’ experience performing research and analysis supporting federal and state agencies including DOE, BLM, DOD, and DHS while employed at Engergetics Inc., Argonne National Laboratory, and Battelle Memorial Institute. His alma maters are Arizona State University (M.S.) where he was a member of the inaugural class of the School of Sustainability, and Ohio State University (B.S.) where he studied Chemical Engineering. Maya Ben Dror, Project Lead, Autonomous and Urban Mobility, Centre for the Fourth Industrial Revolution of the World Economic Forum Maya has over a decade of global work experience in public, private and third sector settings focused on clean-tech and sustainable passenger transportation projects’ strategy and implementation. She was the Global Post-Petroleum Initiatives and Partnerships as well as the Clean Transportation Transformation Director at the Innovation Center for Energy and Transportation (iCET), a Chinese think tank dedicated to sustainable passenger mobility development, where she initiated and led successful projects such as China’s notorious adoption of a zero-emissions vehicle credits mandate and award-winning crowed-sourced EV evaluation platform (BestEV). Maya was a Global Corporate Strategy and Development Associate in Better Place, the first company to develop a commercial battery swap and a pay-as-you-go model for accelerating electric vehicle adoption. Previously, Maya served as Israel’s Trade Officer to China where she managed and facilitated numerous bilateral exchanges and investments. She is a PhD candidate at the Israel Institute of Technology (Technion), has an M.S. in Environmental Change and Management from the University of Oxford, and a B.S. in Economics and East Asian Studies from the Hebrew University (cum laude).