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Shaping the Future of Automated Mobility

Shaping the Future of Automated Mobility

Automation has the potential to have major impacts on cities, both positive and negative. AVs in particular could increase safety and help reduce congestion and pollution, but they could, due to their costs and their potential impacts on transit, make our existing transportation system even more inequitable than it already is. Though the timeline for mass adoption of AVs is far more uncertain now than it was in 2018, the primary takeaway is the same — cities need to plan for AVs before they arrive to take advantage of the best they have to offer, instead of realizing the worst. Join Cityfi and the Urbanism Next Center at the University of Oregon as we talk to representatives from the City of San Jose and Detroit about how they are preparing for autonomous mobility with equity and inclusion in mind.

Presented by Knight Foundation

Thursday, December 3
2:15 PM ET | 11:15 AM PT
Registered attendees only

This session is eligible for 1 AICP CM credit.

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