About the 3 Revolutions Policy Initiative

The 3 Revolutions Policy Initiative is one arm of the 3 Revolution Future Mobility Program. The 3 Revolutions Policy Initiative aims to fill the growing knowledge gap and inform equitable and sustainable policy. The mission of the initiative is to support policy leadership to steer shared electric and automated travel towards the public’s interest.

The 3R Policy Initiative was established in 2016 and has accomplished the following key activities:

Recent Policy Briefs

2017 Policy Briefs

Electric Vehicle Charging Considerations for Shared, Automated Fleets

Co-Authors:
Matthew Goetz, Georgetown Climate Center Contributors: Noel Crisostomo, California Energy Commission; Chris Nelder and Jonathan Walker (Formerly) Rocky Mountain Institute; Ron Kilcoyne, North County Transit District; Mollie D’Agostino, Institute of Transportation Studies, UC Davis

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Keeping Vehicle Use and Greenhouse Gas Emissions in Check in a Driverless Vehicle World

Co-Authors:
Giovanni Circella, University of California at Davis
Chris Ganson, Governor’s Office of Planning and Research*
Caroline Rodier, University of California at Davis
*For identification purposes only

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Equity

Policy Brief:
Can we Advance Social Equity With Shared, Electric & Autonomous Vehicles?

Guest Authored by Stuart Cohen, TransForm and Sahar Shirazi, California Governor’s Office of Planning and Research

Land Use and Transportation Policies

Co-Authors:
Marco Anderson, Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG)
Nico Larco, University of Oregon
Contributors: Giovanni Circella, University of California at Davis
Lisa Aultman-Hall, University of Vermont

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Active Travel

Policy Brief:
Active Travel in an Era of Sharing, Electrification & Automation

Guest Authored by Susan Handy, National Center for Sustainable Transportation, UC Davis

Climate

Policy Brief:
Maximizing Climate Benefits of Autonomous Vehicles

Guest Authored by Don Anair, Union of Concerned Scientists