Future of Transportation and the Disruption of Autonomous Cars, Traffic and Parking


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City of Oxnard

 

 

 

On Wednesday, November 13 at 6:30 p.m. the City of Oxnard will host a policy discussion at Oxnard College (Performing Arts Building, 4000 South Rose Ave.) focusing on the disruption of autonomous cars, traffic, and parking, and the policy choices we face in an era of new mobility.

The event is free and open to the public. Seating is limited, attendees must RSVPbit.ly/NewMobilityPolicies.

The evening event will feature special guest speaker Jessica Robinson, Executive Director of the Michigan Mobility Institute.

Jessica is a co-founder of the Detroit Mobility Lab, which focuses on building the mobility talent infrastructure necessary to shape the sector’s future within the City of Detroit. The Michigan Mobility Institute is the first initiative of the Detroit Mobility Lab that works to accelerate the development of talent for the growing mobility industry. Starting in 2021, the Michigan Mobility Institute will offer the first-of-its-kind Master of Mobility program.

Jessica’s previous transportation experience includes leading the development of next-generation mobility efforts and innovative solutions with cities at Ford Smart Mobility. An early leader in the mobility industry, she scaled Zipcar’s innovative car-sharing model in local cities and at airports throughout North America.

Her insights and industry experience will help lead an inspired discussion regarding the future of mobility in Southern California.

 


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