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Experts discuss how technology, policy and transportation interact, and how they can be used to develop a city that functions better for all communities.

How do we best bring changing technologies in transportation into operation, while also balancing this with the need to build more walkable, bikeable and transit-friendly cities? What does a city need to look like to accommodate new modes, and what policies should be put in place to get there? Join the Kinder Institute and the Rice Initiative in Technology, Culture and Society for a panel discussion on the future of urban transportation in Houston and other cities.

Panelists

Anne Brown
Assistant Professor School of Planning, Public Policy, and Management,
University of Oregon

Ginger Goodin
Regents Fellow and Senior Research Engineer, Texas A&M Transportation Institute

Benjamin de la Pena
Chief of Strategy and Innovation, Seattle Department of Transportation

Robert Puentes
President & CEO, Eno Center for Transportation

Carter Stern
Public Policy Manager, Lyft

Moderator

Kyle Shelton
Director of Strategic Partnerships, Kinder Institute for Urban Research