Public Views on Emerging Transportation Technologies



Wednesday, July 17, 2019, 1 p.m.
Friday, July 17, 2020, 2 p.m. CDT

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Public Views on Emerging Transportation Technologies

Innovation is disrupting transportation. Learn how to get future ready with online public involvement!

Technologies are transforming the future of transportation, but are your residents ready for innovations like self-driving vehicles? It’s time to go beyond the hype and fears by uncovering true public priorities. Join NCDOT as its forward-thinking team reveals what 10,000+ residents in North Carolina want for the future of their transportation system.

Jamille, Nastasha, and Colin will share the input they captured online. Should tax credits or infrastructure be prioritized to support an electric vehicle boom and achieve zero emissions? Are citizens more concerned with tech failures causing accidents or ensuring equitable access to mobility innovations? Effective public engagement was critical to getting answers.

Public involvement can help us get future ready! Attend this 1-hour webinar for ways to:

- Educate the public online about future transportation alternatives

- Collect informed public input to support your transportation plans

- Identify public priorities to make the right innovation decisions

- Build resident support and buy-in for meaningful change.

Innovation will have dramatic impacts on mobility, quality of life, safety, and the economy. Is the public ready or fearful? Attend this complimentary webinar to find out how NCDOT involved the public to help chart the course to a successful transportation future.


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Dave Biggs

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Dave Biggs is an internationally-recognized keynote and panel speaker, author and public engagement strategist focusing on tools to enhance community participation for planning projects. With over 20 years of experience on a wide range award-winning projects with government clients and consulting firms, he has built a reputation for leading edge community outreach. Dave is also honored to serve as an advisor on best practices for public involvement to many planning agencies such as APA, FHWA and TRB and public participation organizations such as IAP2 and NCDD.