PAVE Virtual Panel “Principles for Autonomous Urbanism: Livable Cities through Collaboration”
Autonomous vehicles hold incredible potential for improving mobility in American cities – but collaboration is vital to maximizing the benefits of AVs and navigating the challenges of introducing new technology to city streets. In this PAVE Virtual Panel, experts will share insights from a multidisciplinary effort to identify best practices for integrating AVs into U.S. cities of all sizes.
A new report by the NYU Rudin Center for Transportation, Principles for Autonomous Urbanism, outlines how policymakers, industry, and stakeholders can work together to mitigate challenges and pursue opportunities to collectively unlock the positive benefits of AVs for cities.
The NYU Rudin Center for Transportation and Nuro brought together five working groups of practitioners, policymakers, advocates, and industry leaders to identify specific principles that are applicable to a wide range of U.S. cities. These participants hailed from cities large and small, as well as from suburbs and state authorities, representing public, private, and non-profit sectors.
Join us for an engaging discussion and learn about the 10 actionable principles for government, industry, and stakeholders to collaborate on integrating AVs into cities of all sizes.
- Sarah Kaufman – Interim Director, NYU Rudin Center for Transportation
- Katie Stevens – Head of Policy, Nuro
- Carlos Cruz-Casas – Chief Innovation Officer, Miami-Dade County Department of Transportation and Public Works
- Ryan Westrom – Vice President of Strategy, Citian
- Moderator: Greg Rogers – Founder & President, Aries Public Policy LLC
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