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SDC Day 3 – From Autonomous Rides to a Traveling Circus

Let the autonomous rides begin at Day 3 of the @SmartDrivingCar Summit. The mayor of Trenton & former Princeton Township mayor ride-sharing in this horizontal elevator demonstration. Assemblymember Dan Benson leading a roundtable at the morning @SmartDrivingCar Summit with a group of local leaders discussing the potential impact of Trenton MOVES on the region. The […]

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Autonomous Vehicles, New Mobility & the Built Environment

Upward Urban & Rural Mobility via Autonomous Mobility

It is said that a picture is worth a thousand words. The picture Selika Josiah Talbott chose for her virtual backdrop at the recent 2021 TRB Annual Automated Road Transportation Symposium sums up the mobility challenges that urban and rural locales face with existing infrastructure, particularly in low-income areas. Joining Talbott on this panel were […]

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Autonomous Vehicles, New Mobility & the Built Environment VOD

Driverless – The VOD of Today?

It was an honor to be on the Smart Driving Car podcast with Cade Metz, Fred Fishkin, and Alain Kornhauser for a thoughtful discussion of what makes driverless different than an Internet app. Inspired by Metz’s recent New York Times article, The Costly Pursuit of Self Driving Cars Continues On and On and On, the […]

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Autonomous Vehicles, New Mobility & the Built Environment Smart Driving Car Summit

Making Driverless Happen – The Road Forward

“It’s time to hit the start button,” is Fred Fishkin’s succinct way of summarizing the next steps in the Smart Driving Car journey. Fiskin, along with the LA Times’ Russ Mitchell co-produced the final session of the 2021 Smart Driving Car Summit, Making It Happen – Part 2. This 16th and final session in this […]

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Autonomous Vehicles, New Mobility & the Built Environment Smart Driving Car Summit

Driverless Lessons from the Sunshine State to the Garden State

“The interesting thing about this [autonomous vehicle] technology is that it has enormous potential for improving quality of life.” With that statement, Princeton Professor Alain Kornhauser set the stage for the penultimate session of the Smart Driving Car Summit, Making It Happen – Part 1. With a line-up of political leaders, this panel looked at […]

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