Strategy Day on Emerging Trends in Public Transport and Vehicle Automation Challenges, Opportunities and Next Steps.

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Strategy Day on Emerging Trends in Public Transport and Vehicle AutomationChallenges, Opportunities and Next StepsHousekeepingMuch gratitude to: Organizing Committee: Kornhauser, Le Vine, McDonald, Rodier, YoungStanford Law School University of Marylands Center for Advanced Transportation TechnologyAdvanced Transit Association (ATRA)CarplusChatham House RulesThose taking part remotely: input via AP020strategyday@advancedtransit.netMonitored in real time.Please sign the Sign in sheet and pick up handoutsHold all but clarifying questions for interactive Q/AWe have a hook for time-keeping purposesTodays ProgramStan Young: Report from Automation ConferenceCaroline Rodier: Californias GHG LegislationStuart Cohen: Advocacy perspective on trends in public transportationAlain Kornhauser: A-taxisDerek Toups: Regional perspective on vehicle-automationModerated Q/A: Business as usual vs. step changes Coffee Break Andy Bata: Innovations in NYCs transit system Susan Shaheen: Trends and trajectory of shared-mobilityGuy Fraker: Trust and insurance in New MobilityShannon McDonald: Architecture and land use implications of PRT/vehicle-automationModerated Q/A: Next steps to achieve potential of New MobilityCaroline Rodier : Wrap Up

Report out from Vehicle AutomationStan Young, CATT and ATRALevels of Automation (NHTSA definitions)Level 0: No automationLevel 1: Function-specific automationLevel 2: Combined function automationLevel 3: Limited self-driving automationLevel 4: Full self-driving automation

Mapping Between Technology and IssuesIssue 1Issue 2Issue 3Issue 4Level ILevel IILevel IIILevel IVSharing Take home messages (1)Automated vehicles are (probably) legalWild west vs. dead hand of regulationsUncertainty and perceived riskInsurance industry product models under pressureDemand and energy consumption: murky, difficult to controlWhite House: This stuff matters

Take home messages (2)Autonomous vs. connectedGoogle: 5 yrs to level 4 (rumor has it)Cyber-security: think like a hackerFollow the dataBehavioral modelling A lot happens in 100M milesHow good is good enough and who decides?TaaS: Transportation as a ServiceTransit, taxis, rentals: Less distinct?

Interaction between shared mobility and increasing automation level (shared fleets as test bed?)

Automation in Public Transit a Holistic ViewPromise of auto-valet parking: a panacea or simply shifting the problem Performance Measures for Automated Mobility in Urban Settings Exclusive Guideway vs Open RoadAutomation Impact on Mobility Impaired

Research Needs: Shared Mobility and Transit Legal Framework For Automated Driverless Transit Integration of Automation and Shared Mobility into the Urban FabricFuture Alternative Analysis for MPOs and NEPA Processes Hazards Framework for Automated Transport SafetyPractical / Near-term Issues of Automation in Transit Agencies

only 50+ more (www.vehicleautomation.org)

Research Needs: Shared Mobility and Transit

Automation .. PRT . . Princeton.. Ill believe that when cars drive themselves.I cant believe he said that.Did he really say that ?

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