Cities Left Behind in Their Transportation Future feat. Avery Ash
Related Episodes Cultural transformation to a tech company Pre-politicization of the road usage charge The Uber-Lyft short ride conundrum 6 pillars of successful transit Cities do not want to be left behind in this mobility revolution. With the rise of micromobility and autonomous vehicles, all of which use the public infrastructure, cities are being challenged on how to manage these new forms of transportation. Should they impose new regulations or will private companies opt to share data for the public benefit?Avery Ash, Head of Autonomous Mobility for Inrix, shares how their latest product aims to keep cities cooperative in this mobility society by allowing them to better track and communicate their data back out to the private sector.Featured Guest: Avery Ash | Twitter | LinkedInResources: Inrix Road Rules Human Driving Association ***** Wisco Weekly *****News, culture, and society of automobility and advanced transportation. Follow Dennis, Kelly, and Rudy as they navigate and discuss the key automotive and transportation issues, trends, and policies that will be factors in the November 2020 elections.(-‿-)
Our PAVE doubleheader rolls on, as we are joined from the CES show floor by Kelly Nantel of the National Safety Council and returning guest Avery Ash of INRIX. Both members of the Partners for Automated Vehicle Education, Ash and Nantel explain what issues PAVE is trying to address, which audiences it is targeting, how it will try to reach these constituencies and why it will try to listen as much as speak.
Earlier this summer, INRIX released an exciting new platform that helps cities and AV manufacturers prepare for an autonomous future together. Avery Ash of INRIX recently joined SAFE Greg, BB&K Greg, and Pete to discuss how the AV Road Rules Platform can help to improve AV safety through an innovative approach to public-private collaboration.Follow Avery on Twitter: @ AveryAAshTo learn more about AV Road Rules: http://inrix.com/products/highly-automated-vehicles/ And, as always, you can keep up with us on Twitter: @ MobilityPodcast, @ AVGregR, @ SmarterTranspo, @ SharedMobilityS