1:30 p.m. Plenary: European Innovation, Maas, and Decarbonization Policy Lew Fulton, Director of the Sustainable Transportation Energy Pathways Plus Program, Institute of Transportation Studies, UC Davis Lewis Fulton has worked internationally in the field of transport/energy/environment analysis and policy development for over 20 years. He is Co-Director of the STEPS Program within the Institute of Transportation Studies at the University of California, Davis. There he helps lead a range of research activities around new vehicle technologies and new fuels, and how these can gain rapid acceptance in the market. From 2007-2012 he was a Senior Transport Specialist with the International Energy Agency, Paris, as well as Division Head for Energy Technology Policy during 2011-2012. He returned to the IEA in 2007 after working there originally from 1999-2005. During 2006-2007 he worked in Kenya with the UN Environment Program, developing and implementing GEF-funded sustainable transport projects around the world. During the 1990s he also worked at the US Department of Energy for 4 years, and taught at the Independent University of Bangladesh and the University of Maryland. William Riggs, Director of the Master of Public Administration Program, University of San Francisco William (Billy) Riggs, Ph.D., AICP, LEED AP is a global expert and thought leader in the areas of future mobility and smart transportation, economics, design and urban development. He is a professor and program director at the University of San Francisco School of Management, and a consultant and advisor to multiple companies and start-ups on technology, smart mobility and urban development. This follows two decades of experience working as a planner, economist, and engineer. He has over 100 publications, featured in multiple global media outlets such as the Economist, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post and Atlantic, and is the author of the book Disruptive Transport: Driverless Cars, Transport Innovation and the Sustainable City of Tomorrow. Dr. Riggs has been both a fellow with the National Science Foundation fellow and the University of California Transportation Center, is the founder of ReStreet.com (app.restreet.com)—an online tool for democratizing street design. Dr. Riggs sits on the City of Palo Alto’s Planning and Transportation Commission and is a member of the Transportation Research Board (TRB) Committee on Transportation Economics and Transportation Research Board’s (TRB) Committee on Transportation Economics and the Standing Committee on Policy and Law. Chris Plummer, Transport Innovation Policy Manager, Transport for London Transport is key to the success of a city like London. My day to day involves making sure transport in London is ready for the future, actively seeking out and assessing new ideas and developments in mobility, ultimately helping Transport for London (TfL) to determine which new business models or services could help address the challenges facing our city. From Dockless cycle hire to demand responsive transport; from connected and autonomous vehicles, to Mobility as a Service (MaaS), the goal is to engage with market innovators, test how new ideas could work for London and set the policy frameworks to ensure new innovations are integrated and work for all. Joscelyn Terrell, Senior EV Infrastructure Policy Advisor, Office for Low Emission Vehicles, Department for Transport, UK Joscelyn Terrell is a Senior EV Infrastructure Policy Advisor in the Office for Low Emission Vehicles (OLEV), supporting strategic policy planning. Joscelyn is leading on setting requirements for charging infrastructure provision through building regulations. These requirements will apply to new and existing residential and non-residential buildings, setting a minimum provision which will provide consumers with confidence and enable them to easily transition to a zero emission vehicle. Joscelyn has previously focused on static and dynamic charging data, consumer guidance for smart charging and was the policy lead for the Government commissioned Electric Vehicle Energy Taskforce. Steve Ives, Head of Vehicle Regulation, Environment Strategy, Department for Transport, UK Steve joined the UK’s Department for Transport (DfT) in May 2015 to lead on policy related on the transition to electric vehicles. He is currently Head of Vehicle Regulation in DfT’s Environment Strategy team with responsibility for the regulation of carbon emissions from cars, vans and heavy duty vehicles. Steve has worked within the field of government policy for over 20 years across a number of UK Government departments with a particular focus on decarbonisation policy over recent years.