Smart, Accessible, Connected

APA Michigan Chapter


Friday, September 21, 2018
2:15 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. EDT

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This high-level panel discussion covers the future of cities in the

context of advanced mobility technologies, including connected

and automated vehicles, ridesharing, carsharing, ridehailing,

mobility-as-a-service, and microtransit. Characteristics of smart

cities and the potential of smart, integrated, and multi-modal

transportation systems are introduced along with how new

mobility technologies affect land use patterns, travel demand,

and accessibility. Recent Michigan-based projects on intelligent

transportation systems (ITS) show how state transportation

agencies can lead the effort for achieving smart, connected,

and accessible communities. Learn about the next steps

for local, regional, and state level, policies, investments, and

partnerships to prepare communities for adopting new mobility



Kelly Bartlett

Confirmed Speaker

Senior Policy & Legislative Adviser, Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) Read More

Zahra Bahrani Fard

Confirmed Speaker

Transportation Systems Analyst, Center for Automotive Research Read More

Jonathan Levine

Confirmed Speaker Read More

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