Transportation systems are the arteries that carry the people to fuel our regional innovation ecosystem. As we have seen more concentration of people and companies (of all sizes) in the Greater Boston area, having a diverse and robust transportation network that adequately serves all is an important infrastructure element to plan and build. The quality of this infrastructure will drive how and where people will live, work and play now and far into the future.
Our Civic Innovation Conversation Series is returning to the topic of transportation innovation on Monday, November 13th, 2017 at District Hall. We will discuss the progress being made in ride sharing, parking, autonomous cars, pod transportation and more.
The speakers for the session are listed below:
- Braden Golub – CEO, Parkeasier
- Syed Gilani – CEO, Safr
- Karl Iagnemma – CEO, nuTonomy
- More to be announced
- Moderator – Kevin Wiant
- 5:30 – Registration and networking
- 6 – 7:30 PM – Conversation and Q&A
- 7:30 PM – Reception
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