APA Michigan Chapter

#9172124

Thursday, February 21, 2019
9:45 a.m. - 10:45 a.m. EST

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Overview

Autonomous vehicles (AVs), bike shares and e-scooters are and will continue to remake our urban spaces in decades to come. Just as the automobile changed cities,new technologies will not only change transportation, but how cities are designed. This session will engage with planners to identify emerging issues around the introduction of disruptive transportation modes in Michigan. These new forms of transportation are being introduced faster than we can understand, mold or assimilate them. This active session is led by the National Charrette Institute to guide and prepare for the uncertainty of disruptive technologies.

Speakers

Teresa Qu

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Christine Spitzley, AICP

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Mark Wilson

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Mark Wilson is Professor and Program Director of Urban and Regional Planning in the School of Planning, Design and Construction at Michigan State University. Research and teaching interests address urban planning, disruptive technologies, mega-events, and economic development. Current projects include the urban implications of autonomous technologies; planning for industrial parks ... Read More

Contact Info

Amy Jordan, ajordan@planningmi.org