POLICYSMART is a podcast dedicated to informing you on what’s happening in the world of intelligent transportation and the future of mobility, featuring GRIDSMART’s Senior VP of Global Public Policy, Regina Hopper.
The transportation industry is changing; automation, connectivity, data flow, electrification, and advancement of sensors are the future. In this week’s episode of POLICYSMART, Catherine McCullough, CEO of Intelligent Car Coalition, discusses how transportation is more than just a car moving people from point A to point B.
POLICYSMART 26: Semaphore and Re-skilling the Future Workforce with Elaina Farnsworth of The Next Education
Big news for the workforce out of the INTERSECT18 conference last week with the announcement of a new intelligent transportation certification process. Aptly named Semaphore, this course is meant to address the workforce knowledge issues needed to advance new mobility including connected and autonomous vehicles and connected infrastructure.
POLICYSMART 25: Setting an Example for Transportation Equity with Naomi Doerner, Seattle DOT’s Transportation Equity Program Manager
Seattle has made it official policy to provide equity in transportation as well as across other city services. Naomi Doerner, Seattle DOT's Transportation Equity Program Manager, left the private sector to help lead the effort and she so doing amazing things many...
POLICYSMART 24: Getting Your Local Citizens Involved in ITS with Myung Lee, Executive Director of Cities of Service
Do you think your idea can make a difference? No matter how large? No matter how small? Meet Myung J. Lee, the Executive Director of Cities of Service, a nonprofit that helps mayors build stronger cities by changing the way local government and citizens work together. How can transportation benefit? Join more than 250 cities from around the world in asking the questions!
What does the consumer think about all things autonomous? What is their advocate telling state and federal lawmakers and regulators? On this edition of POLICYSMART, we asked Jack Gillis, Executive Director of the Consumer Federation of America to give us his insights. It is an interesting conversation.