3 Revolutions Policy Conference 2020

Event Date

UC Davis Activities and Recreation Center (ARC)

The fourth Annual 3 Revolutions Policy Conference will take place March 24-25, 2020 with a cross-cutting theme of Climate and Equity.

This event will leverage the success of the past three 3 Revolutions Policy Conferences; aiming to dive deeper in identifying solutions for how the 3 Revolutions in transportation (sharing, electrification, and automation) can achieve equitable climate solutions. Key issues include  data sharing, micromobility adoption, automated vehicle governance, ridehailing emission policy, and the evolution of public transit. The conference will tackle these challenges, and more, by highlighting strategies and innovative solutions. This year’s conference will engage voices from a diverse set of stakeholders, including members of disadvantaged communities, government officials, technology companies, and academics.

Topics will include community based innovation, equitable (de)congestion pricing, reducing ridehailing emissions, public health, workforce implications, international collaboration, and how the “3 Revolutions” can better serve the aging community.

Featured Speakers 

  • Keynotes will be provided by
    • Shoshana LewExecutive Director, Colorado Department of Transportation
    • Seleta ReynoldsGeneral Manager, Los Angeles Department of Transportation
  • Fireside chats will include:
    • Elissa Konove, Undersecretary, California State Transportation Agency (CalSTA)
    • Susan A. Shaheen, Director, Innovative Mobility, UC ITS; Professor, Civil and Environmental Engineering, UC Berkeley; Co-Director, Transportation Sustainability Research Center, UC Berkeley
    • Shin-pei Tsay, Director of Policy, Cities and Transportation, Uber

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