January 16, 2019: Washington, DC Policy Briefing
- Austin Brown, Executive Director, UC Davis Policy Institute for Energy, Environment, and the Economy
- Greg Rodriguez, Of Counsel, Best Best & Krieger
- Natasha Vidangos, Vice President for Research, Alliance to Save Energy
- Scott Goldstein, Policy Director, Transportation for America
- Moderator: Mollie D’Agostino, Policy Director, UC Davis 3 Revolutions Future Mobility Program
The 3 Revolutions in Transportation:
Governance Needs & Opportunities
Date And Time: Wed, January 16, 2019, 12:00 PM – 1:30 PM EST (Free Lunch Provided with Registration)
Location: Rayburn House Office Building, Room 2253, 45 Independence Ave SW, Washington, DC 20515
Automated, shared, and electric vehicles bring massive opportunities to improve safety, manage congestion, advance equity, and reduce pollution in transportation. But these new technologies will also challenge existing governance models. The future of transportation will require smart governance, which includes performance-based and flexible regulatory mechanisms. This briefing will explain why the advent of the "3 Revolutions" era requires reevaluation of roles for federal, state, and local authorities. It will also cover ways to enable innovation while respecting privacy, proprietary, and safety concerns. Experts will discuss research findings and perspectives on how to harness the 3 Revolutions for the benefit of all. This event is hosted by the UC Davis Policy Institute for Energy, Environment, and the Economy and the 3 Revolutions Future Mobility Program.
March 18-19, 2019: 3 Revolutions Policy Conference
Bring your policy leadership and help explore how to steer shared, electric, and automated technologies to a better future.
Contact 3Rev@ucdavis.edu with any comments or questions about the event. Check back soon for information on how to register for this event.
Third annual 3 Revolutions Policy Conference
As automation and new mobility business models rapidly advance into a policy environment not designed for them our window for action is narrowing. These advances could improve choices, expand accessibility, and reduce emissions – but only if we get the policies right. During this transitional time, governments need to provide long-term clarity to hasten the adoption of electrification and shared mobility strategies, and ensure automation meets public objectives.
Date And Time: March 18th & 19th, 2019 9:00 a.m. -5:30 p.m. (with Evening Receptions, until 7:30)
Location: UC Davis Conference Center, 550 Alumni Ln, Davis, CA 95616
Key Conference Policy Questions
- Are Equity, Transit and Pricing linked?
- How Are New Mobility Business Models Evolving?
- Governance of Automated Vehicles: Who’s in the Driver’s Seat?
- Labor Disruption or Labor Opportunity?
- How will Policies Impact Travel Behavior in a Changing Travel Market?
- How Can we Rapidly Electrify (and Decarbonize) Transportation?
- Is there a Balance between Data and Privacy?
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