Reuters Mobility Conference To Discuss Future Transportation Trends
Reuters Events is hosting a leading industry conference Mobility: Executive Leaders (Oct 22-23), a free to attend virtual conference, which will set the mobility agenda for the next decade of innovation and action. Over two days of live broadcast, Mobility: Executive Leaders will convene leading city, transit and governmental representatives with the C-Suite from largest global technology, infrastructure, automaker and mobility companies.
They will join together to discuss and identify the P3s, business models, testing and regulatory requirements to deliver sustainable, equitable and carbon-neutral mobility solutions.
- Working with Cities: Strategic partnerships to create sustainable and equitable mobility solutions
- Financing Mobility: Public/private funding strategies for profitability mobility solutions
- The Future of Ridership: Transit and ridership challenges, solutions and opportunities post-COVID-19
- Infrastructure 2.’Zero’: Physical and digital infrastructural solutions for vision zero and net zero targets.
- Business Models, Innovation & UX: Investment strategies and profitable business models for evolving user behaviours
Some of the confirmed expert speakers include:
- Chuck Wemple, Executive Director, Houston Galveston Area Council of Governments
- James Corless, Executive Director, SACOG
- Arthur Orduña, Executive Vice President and Chief Innovation Officer, Avis Budget Group
- Joshua Schank, Chief Innovation Officer, LA Metro
Coming together to share information and discuss ideas is more important than ever during these difficult times. Reuters Events has worked hard to ensure that the Reuters Events Mobility is free to attend for all. One registration allows access to the live and on-demand material of all the events on our online platform.
Luke James, Head of Mobility at Reuters Events, said, “We’re excited to launch Mobility: Executive Leaders at a critical juncture for cities and the private mobility and automotive industries. The 20’s have been marked as the decade of action. Our ambition is to provide actionable ideas and insights as to how cities and business can help deliver a resilience, sustainable and inclusive recovery.”