Unveiling a Roadmap for Vehicle and Infrastructure Accessibility

The Accessible Mobility Collaborative – which includes AVA, ITS America, AARP, CALSTART, Mcity at the University of Michigan, and SAE – was formed to develop a roadmap for solving vehicle and infrastructure accessibility challenges. Please join us for a panel discussion to introduce the roadmap, which includes recommendations for vehicle design language for shared automated vehicles (SAV); digital tools for trip planning; and the potential for integrating and coordinating a design language for both the vehicle and infrastructure.

How Technology is Helping Protect Vulnerable Road Users

Over the past two years, pedestrian fatalities have dramatically increased with speeding and other distracted and dangerous driving. Yet sensor technologies and vehicle communications can help keep people safe as they walk, bike, and roll…

Accelerating to Zero: Where Zero is Everything!

Far from being nothing, zero can be everything. Zero fatalities. Zero carbon. Zero trust security. The world of Transportation is ever-increasingly captivated by the power of zero. Safety is the payoff when the focus is on zero: safety of…

Reimagining Transportation: The Journey of Digital Transformation in Transportation

Learn from leaders at Google Cloud and Kentucky Transportation Cabinet how Kentucky and the Colorado DOT started their digital transformation journey, what they have achieved, and how they infused the culture of transformation along with…

MobilityXX Presents: 10% in 10 Years: Advancing Women in Transportation

Please join us as we hear from transportation leaders about why they are passionate about strengthening equity in transportation across the country, the critical technologies that must be deployed, and a new program that will help us reach our goal!

MobilityXX Presents: From Data to Action: Moving Forward on How Women Travel

Join ITS America for a discussion with Seleta Reynolds, General Manager of the City of Los Angeles Department of Transportation (LADOT), and Stephanie Wiggins, Chief Executive Officer of LA Metro, on their vision for gender-equitable mobility and putting recent research into practice. From transit service to transportation technology, this session will highlight the role of agencies in driving change, the importance of collaboration and how removing barriers to travel can result in equitable systems for all.

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