Transportation Futures Panel

APA California Chapter, Los Angeles Section


Monday, March 7, 2016
6 p.m. - 8 p.m. PST

Los Angeles, CA, United States

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New forms of transportation technology are changing the outlook for the future of transportation in cities, especially car-centric Los Angeles, creating uncertainty for land use and transportation planners as they make decisions for the future.
Autonomous vehicles may make it easier to get around and less important to own a car, but conversely may encourage car ownership and sprawl. Transportation Network Companies and transit innovations like the Hyperloop are also changing the way we move. Planners will be crucial in guiding these scenarios and advocating for good patterns of infrastructure investment and development.

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Jeremy Klop, AICP

Confirmed Speaker

Mr. Klop is a principal with Fehr & Peers in Los Angeles. Since joining the firm in 2002, Mr. Klop has led the planning and management of many of the firm’s award-winning public and private projects. He currently directs and oversees the firm’s downtown Los Angeles office. His background ... Read More