Event Start:
04/04/19 14:30
Event End:
04/04/19 18:30
The Loft at 600 F - 600 F St NW, Washington, DC 20004, USA
Event Summary:

IPFA Americas: D.C.: The Future of Transportation: Understanding How Technology Enables and Exacerbates Transport Development

Growth in urban corridors creates challenges such as congestion, pollution, and reduced access to city services. Connected mobility systems can provide reprieve, but delivery requires collaboration across industries. It takes many public and private partners to deliver smart and sustainable solutions to benefit the economy, mobility, safety, and security of citizens, infrastructure and more. We will take a closer look at the network of contributors that will enable integrated, scalable, and sustainable mobility systems.

2.30pm Registration

3.00pm IPFA Update

Zoe Markwick, IPFA US Branch Council Member

3.05pm Welcome & Introduction
Nick Prior, Global Infrastructure & Capital Projects Leader, Deloitte

3.15pm Disruption - Mobility, Data and Funding
Jim Ray  - Former Senior Advisor to Secretary Elaine Chao, US DOT

3.35pm Tackling Urbanization and Uncertain Futures for Modal Demand
Simon Dixon, Global Transportation Lead, Deloitte

3.55pm Fireside Chat: Future of Mobility
Stephen C. Brich - Commissioner of the Virginia Department of Transportation, VDOT
J. Bryan Nicol, Manager Director US, Deloitte

4.15pm Panel Discussion: Bridging the Gap between Transportation and Technology

Moderator: Nick Prior, Global Infrastructure & Capital Projects Leader, Deloitte
Jim Ray, Former Senior Advisor to Secretary Elaine Chao, US DOT
Stephen C. Brich, Commissioner of the Virginia Department of Transportation, VDOT
Dag Gogue, Founder, TransitLabs
Simon Dixon, Global Transportation Leader, Deloitte

5.05pm Q&A Session

5.20pm Networking Drinks Reception




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