Session Block 1 - Autonomous Vehicles and Car Sharing

APA California Chapter, Orange Section


Thursday, November 1, 2018
9:40 a.m. - 11:10 a.m. PDT

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Driverless cars are on the horizon; what changes might they bring and when will they be here?  AVs have the potential to lead a revolution to remake the urban landscape affecting land uses and parking, government revenues, traffic congestion and many other areas of everyday life…or are they just hype? This session will explore the technology and infrastructure behind AVs, views on their future, potential uses of AVs, and views toward their anticipated arrival and phase-in.



Ryan Snyder

Ryan Snyder is Principal with Transpo Group, a transportation planning and engineering firm that prepares sustainable transportation plans. He is coordinating a series of Autonomous Vehicle (AV) Policy Conferences to educate and prepare local and regional stakeholders for policymaking related to AVs. Snyder is a member of the Autonomous Vehicle ... Read More

Calli Cenizal

Calli Cenizal has nearly ten years of experience in short- and long-range multimodal planning and transportation/land use policy development. As Lyft's Transportation Policy Manager for the West Coast, Calli works to integrate and improve new mobility options within cities’ infrastructure and public transit networks. Prior to joining Lyft ... Read More

David Derosa

Mr. DeRosa is a Transportation Mobility Planner with eleven years of experience in the public, private, and non-profit sectors. His AECOM experience has focused on delivery of transportation projects including connected and automated vehicle planning and implementation, hyperloop, high-speed rail, light-rail, and streetcars. His previous experience includes planning and development ... Read More

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