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POLICYSMART 38: How Do You Get the Public to Engage in New Mobility’s Promises of Change?

Upending the status quo. That’s a given with new mobility. How do local and state governments work with manufacturers and product and service providers in helping the public both understand and become engaged in the promises of change? We spoke with Claudia Bilotto, WSP’s transportation and infrastructure area manager for the city of Atlanta at […]

POLICYSMART 37: MCity, A Mock City – Testing Grounds for AV

Mcity. It may be a mock city proving ground for connected and autonomous vehicles but what is taking place there, and around Ann Arbor, is making the use of these technologies real, including a new testing system for evaluating the safety of autonomous vehicles. Carrie Morton is Deputy Director of this amazing research facility and […]

POLICYSMART 36: The Role of Insurance in New Mobility at SXSW with Don Civgin of Allstate

How is the insurance industry playing a role in the deployment of connected, autonomous and new mobility systems? Don Civgin, President of Service Businesses at Allstate Corporation, is on a mission to make sure the traditional players in this field know that Allstate through its spin-off Arity is ready to be a critical player in making […]

POLICYSMART 35: Finding Solutions to Your Transportation Woes with Dr. Susan Shaheen of UC-Berkeley, a Transportation Research Pioneer

How can transportation care for the elderly? Will there ever be a convenient solution for that distance from your house to a public transit station? How much do our own behaviors influence AI? Dr. Susan Shaheen is a pioneer in transportation and she was thinking about connected and autonomous mobility long before it was front […]

POLICYSMART 34: The Future of Privacy with Lauren Smith, Policy Counsel at the Future of Privacy Forum

The Future of Privacy? Isn’t that the question, as we get closer to the promises of new mobility systems driving transportation? Lauren Smith, with the Future of Privacy Forum, who deals with the policy of all things private and not so private when it comes to data, joined us as she had just finished a […]

POLICYSMART 33: New Mobility Options and Smart Cities of the Future with Matt Cole

A Top 10 Disruptor by the Eno Foundation and one of Mass Transit’s Top 40 Under 40 list, Matt Cole is President of Cubic Transportation Systems (CTS) and senior vice president, Cubic Corporation.  Matt led the launch of the NextCityTM project, and in this edition of POLICYSMART, he talks about how new mobility options, integrated payment […]

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Today’s world depends more on technology than ever before, and the demand for smart cities is real. Imagine living in a city where roads communicate with your vehicle and vice versa. You wouldn’t find yourself stuck at long red lights anymore because your car would...

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