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Thursday, September 8 • 1:45pm - 3:10pm
The Trifecta: Shared, Automated, and Electrified FULL

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How will disruptions in mobility disrupt the way we live?  Will improved mass transit and shared vehicles make personal ownership obsolete? What will be the impact on commuters and service professionals?  How will our city streets transform to meet these changes? Is there a quantifiable improvement in the quality of life, workforce competitiveness, and environmental benefits to come?

Moderators
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Susan Shaheen

Co-Director, Transportation Sustainability Research Center, UC Berkeley
Susan Shaheen is a co-director of the Transportation Sustainability Research Center (TSRC) of the Institute of Transportation Studies at the University of California (UC), Berkeley. She is also an adjunct professor in Civil and Environmental Engineering at UC Berkeley. She was the first Honda Distinguished Scholar in Transportation at the Institute of Transportation Studies at UC Davis from 2000 to 2012. She served as the Policy and Behavioral... Read More →

Speakers
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Emily Castor

Director of Transportation Policy, Lyft
A member of the original Lyft team, Emily works with researchers, transportation planners, environmental advocates, and transit agencies to advance ridesharing as a sustainable transportation option and to document its impacts. She started her career as a transportation policy aide for a U.S. Congresswoman and later served as a financial advisor for municipal infrastructure projects. Emily holds an MPA from the University of Pennsylvania and... Read More →
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Jeffery Greenblatt

Sustainable Energy Systems Group, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Dr. Jeffery Greenblatt’s research focuses in two complementary areas: large-scale, multi-sector, multi-decadal modeling of greenhouse gas reduction strategies at the local, state or national level, and more fine-grained analysis of specific emerging technologies that hold promise for reducing greenhouse gas emissions while enhancing convenience, safety or human potential. On the former topic, he has been involved with modeling pathways of... Read More →
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Justin Holmes

Director, Corporate Communications and Public Policy, Zipcar
Justin is Zipcar’s director of corporate communications and public policy where he leads efforts to promote Zipcar’s brand of “wheels when you want them” to Zipcar members, city leaders, media and other stakeholders. Leveraging his experience in technology as well as public and government relations, Justin works with cities and policy makers to help accelerate the adoption of car sharing as a vital, sustainable part of the urban... Read More →
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Gerry Tierney

Associate Principal, Perkins+Will
Gerry Tierney, an Associate Principal at Perkins + Will, is Director of P+W’s Smart Mobility Lab studying the evolution of urban mobility and its impact on the public realm. A founder of Mobility and the City’s REDCAR project, Gerry has collaborated with UCB’s Transportation Sustainability Research Center on workshops addressing “E-Mobility as a Service”, “Emerging Modes of Personal Transportation” and “Evolving Urban Mobility... Read More →