CoMotion LA ’19: Cities 3.0: Mobility Infrastructure
At CoMotion LA ’19, experts like LADOT’s Seleta Reynolds and LA Metro’s Phil Washington shared their insights on Cities 3.0: Mobility Infrastructure. Check out all the panels below:
Keynote presentation on the potential 5G will unlock for the Future of Mobility in cities and beyond.
– Sean Harrington, Vice President, City Solutions, Smart Communities, Verizon
We are experiencing a power struggle in cities – the municipal leaders are pushing back on disruptive mobility providers, insisting that they control the terms. Can the public and private sectors work together in the new mobility revolution? What do cities have to gain from embracing new innovations in transport? What are the respective responsibilities, and are these changing?
– Roald P. Lapperre, Vice Minister for the Environment and International Affairs, The Netherlands
– Daniel Ramot, Co-Founder and CEO, Via
– Seleta Reynolds, General Manager, LADOT
– Joshua L. Schank, Chief Innovation Officer, LA Metro
Moderated by Michael Hurwitz, Director of Transport Innovation, Transport for London
The macro-level problems that we are trying to solve and the unconventional tools that we can use to solve them need to disrupt the current and historical paradigm of transport These methods should go above and beyond infrastructure and workforce development. What are we doing to make it better for the existing riders and what’s next?
– Phil Washington, CEO, LA Metro
Over the next decade, many of us will find new ways to move. This next stage of human mobility, unlike the last, will not be defined by a single iconic technology. Instead we’ll be faced with a host of choices, most of them tracked and mediated by digital networks. In reflecting on what we’ve explored throughout the last two days of the CoMotion LA conference, we will gather some of the most important players in the new mobility revolution to discuss the way forward and what’s to come.
– Stephen Baker, Senior Mobility Fellow, NewCities
– Sampo Hietanen, CEO, MaaS Global
– Chris Thomas, Founder & Partner, Fontinalis
Moderated by John Rossant, Founder & Chief Curator, CoMotion
Technology is rapidly propelling the world towards an exciting future, but the nation’s critical infrastructure is decades behind. How can cities catch up and integrate the world of the future with citizen’s lives today?
– Charles L. Harrington, Chief Executive Officer, and President, Parsons
– John Rossant, Founder & Chief Curator, CoMotion