Big news for the workforce out of the INTERSECT18 conference last week with the announcement of a new intelligent transportation certification process.
Seattle has made it official policy to provide equity in transportation as well as across other city services.
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.
Lyndsay Digneo is the aviation STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) manager for the FAA’s William J. Hughes Technical Center in Atlantic City. An engineer and the daughter of educators, she entered the field of transportation to reach those in the next generation. She is inspiring, creative and smart. If you are in transportation or education, check out what she is doing in this episode of POLICYSMART.
How can we prepare the transportation workforce for the next generation of mobility? What are the next steps in certifications and training to keep today’s workers competitive in the landscape of tomorrow? Elaina Farnsworth, CEO of The NEXT Education, tackles these questions and more in this episode of POLICYSMART.