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Future of Transportation Live Stream

Solutions Forum on the Future of Transportation

The transportation sector is experiencing major disruption; in fact, it's only the beginning.  And, autonomous vehicles are just one potential disruptor in a shift involving the entire transportation ecosystem.  Change, however, can either unfold haphazardly with negative consequences, or we can harness it through sound policy and planning to realize a desired vision.  AARP policy thought leader Jana Lynott will articulate a vision of transportation to manage the disruptive forces, leading to a more equitable and sustainable transportation future.  

Realizing the Vision: A Panel Discussion with Innovators

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Moderator: Tanya Snyder, Transportation Reporter with Politico

  • Kevin Chambers, Principal & Consultant, Full Path Transit Technology

  • Tommy Hayes, Senior Manager Policy Partnerships. Lyft

  • Valerie Lefler, Executive Director, Feonix Mobility Rising

  • Robin O’Hara, Executive Officer and Head of Customer Experience, TAP Smart Card/Program and TAP Mobile App, LA Metro

  • Roger Teal, President, DemandTrans Solutions

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