This edition of POLICYSMART features Tina Quigley, general manager of the Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada, with Regina Hopper to help us kick off a new series celebrating women in transportation. Tina has helped make the region a leader in autonomous and connected technologies to advance the next generation of transportation. She shares her thoughts about […]
The nations Governor’s have been at the center of innovation for years and they continue the trend in intelligent transportation and Smart Cities Initiatives. In this episode of POLICYSMART, Regina Hopper talks with Sue Gander, Division Director, Environment, Energy and Transportation Division of the National Governors Association (NGA) about the work that is happening there on […]
Jason Goldman, VP for External Affairs and Stakeholder Engagement at Intelligent Transportation Systems of America (ITS America), joins Regina Hopper to talk about the legislative and regulatory landscape of ITS. He explains why ITS is stuck both in terms of legislation and regulation, the issues with funding for President Trump’s infrastructure bill, how this year’s electoral […]
Regina Hopper talks to Bill Malkes, CEO of GRIDSMART, about the future of ITS, including equality in the transportation system and the job skills we will need. In the words of Bill Malkes, “It’s time to get our hands dirty and make things happen”.
You have heard from Elaina Farnsworth, CEO of Mobile Comply, before on this POLICYSMART podcast, but in this episode she talks about the need for certification for intelligent transportation training and what that means for the next generation workforce. This is a follow up to the discussion we previously had with Elaina on issues around […]
What does the next generation workforce look like? What needs to be done now to be prepared for the future? In this episode of POLICYSMART, Regina Hopper talks with Elaina Farnsworth, CEO of Mobile Comply, to dive into the debate and what working in “transportation” will mean.