Mapping the Future of Mobility

May 16, 2017
Washington, DC

Technology — from autonomous vehicles to traffic sensors — is poised to radically redefine mobility and change the landscape of cities in the 21st century. But moving from current transit infrastructure to what comes next involves solving a wide array of technological, regulatory and design challenges requiring the input and collaboration of stakeholders from across public and private sectors. What might the future of mobility look like, and how will that vision be shaped by tech and automotive industry leaders, governments, city planners and the public at large?

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  • Tuesday, May 16
  • 8:40 a.m.WelcomeMargaret Low, President, AtlanticLIVE
  • 8:45 a.m.What’s Coming Down the Pike?Linda Bailey, Executive Director, National Association of City Transportation Officials
    Michelle Quadt, Advisor, Capital Projects & Infrastructure, McKinsey & Company
    Reginald Viray, Research Associate, Virginia Tech Transportation Institute
    With Alexis Madrigal, Staff Writer, The Atlantic  
  • 9:20 a.m.Snapshot: Los AngelesSeleta Reynolds, General Manager, Los Angeles Department of Transportation
    With Steve Clemons, AtlanticLIVE
  • 9:35 a.m.Partnering for the Future Gabe Klein, Co-Founder, CityFi / Former Transit Commissioner, Chicago and Washington, DC  
    Carrie Morton, Deputy Director, Mcity
    Darnell Grisby, Director of Policy Development and Research, American Public Transportation Association
    With Gillian White, Senior Associate Editor, The Atlantic
  • 10:00 a.m.Connecting the CountryThe Hon. Anthony Foxx  
    With Steve Clemons, Washington Editor at Large, The Atlantic
  • 10:25 a.m.Closing ThoughtsMargaret Low, AtlanticLIVE


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