Autonomous Vehicles and the City: A Symposium Developing Policies and Plans for Livability

APA California Chapter, Northern Section


Monday, October 15, 2018, 8 a.m.
Monday, October 15, 2018, 6 p.m. PDT

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The University of San Francisco (USF) is excited to host the second national autonomous vehicle symposium in collaboration with UC Davis, the Mineta Transportation Institute, Fehr & Peers and Arup. The day-long symposium will focus on the many ways that technology and innovation are reshaping transportation, economics and the environment in our cities. It will feature talks from national leaders in business, policy and academia discussing how we can innovate cities in the new mobility future. Attendees will participate in policy workshops focused on design and management strategies that policy makers and planning practitioners can apply in their own work. The event will take place Monday, October 15 from 8 a.m. – 6 p.m. at the University of San Francisco McLaren Conference Center 2130 Fulton St San Francisco, CA 94117. 

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Giovanni Circella

Giovanni Circella is the Director of the 3 Revolutions Future Mobility Program at the University of California, Davis, and a Senior Research Engineer in the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering of the Georgia Institute of Technology. Dr. Circella’s research interests include travel behavior, travel demand modeling, travel survey ... Read More

Myra Madriz

Mayra is an Urban Planner with ten years of expertise addressing the sociocultural dimension of urban revitalization projects in the US and Latin America. She is interested in how different groups of people experience the public realm, how they are impacted by changes in the built environment, and how to ... Read More

Matt Mahan

Matt Mahan is responsible for the strategic and operational leadership of, guiding the company toward its vision of creating the world’s largest platform for social change. He previously managed business development at Brigade, creating new revenue products and overseeing thousands of corporate and nonprofit relationships. Before working ... Read More

Ralph McLaughlin

Ralph is Founder and Chief Economist of Veritas Urbis Economics (VUE). Prior to starting VUE, Ralph served as Trulia's Chief Economist and led their housing economics research team and provided house hunters with key insights about the economy, housing trends, and public policy. His educational background includes a PhD ... Read More

Steckler Steckler

Becky Steckler, AICP, is the Urbanism Next Program Manager for the University of Oregon. She has over 20 years of experience in project management and land use planning. Before coming to the University of Oregon, she worked as an independent contractor for a wide array of public and nonprofit clients ... Read More

Ryan Popple

Mr. Ryan Popple serves as the Chief Executive Officer and President of Proterra, Inc. Mr. Popple was an Investment Partner and a Partner since April 2010 at Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers. He joined Kleiner Perkins in April 2010 and was a member of the Greentech and growth stage team. His ... Read More

Debs Schrimmer

Debs Schrimmer is a Senior Transportation Policy Manager at Lyft, where she helps oversee Lyft’s transportation policy initiatives around sustainability, infrastructure, public transportation, and the environment. Prior to Lyft, she worked at Code for America, helping cities use data and technology to redesign how they deliver services, and as ... Read More

Tony Seba

Tony Seba is the author of “Clean Disruption of Energy and Transportation”, “Solar Trillions” and “Winners Take All”, a serial Silicon Valley entrepreneur, and an instructor in Entrepreneurship, Disruption and Clean Energy at Stanford’s Continuing Studies Program. His work focuses on clean energy, entrepreneurship, market disruption, and the exponential ... Read More

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