Automated, shared, and electric vehicles, called the "3 Revolutions" bring massive opportunities to improve safety, manage congestion, advance equity, and reduce pollution in transportation. But these new technologies will also challenge existing governance models. The future of transportation will require smart governance, which includes performance-based and flexible regulatory mechanisms. This briefing will explain why the advent of the "3 Revolutions" era requires reevaluation of roles for federal, state, and local authorities. It will also cover ways to enable innovation while respecting privacy, proprietary, and safety concerns. Experts will discuss research findings and perspectives on how to harness the 3 Revolutions for the benefit of all. This event is hosted by the UC Davis Policy Institute for Energy, Environment, and the Economy and the 3 Revolutions Future Mobility Program.
Austin Brown, Executive Director, UC Davis Policy Institute for Energy, Environment, and the Economy
Greg Rodriguez, Of Counsel, Best Best & Krieger
Natasha Vidangos, Vice President for Research, Alliance to Save Energy
Scott Goldstein, Policy Director, Transportation for America
Moderator: Mollie D’Agostino, Policy Director, UC Davis 3 Revolutions Future Mobility Program