• Transportation Research Board

      TRB 97th Annual Meeting

      January 7–11, 2018

    • Interactive Program

2018

Annual Meeting Event Detail




Lectern Session 225

Automated Driving Speed Dating

Monday 8:00 AM- 9:45 AM
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Lectern
Bryant Walker Smith, University of South Carolina, presiding
Karlyn Stanley, RAND Corporation, presiding
Sponsored by:
Standing Committee on Emerging Technology Law (AL040)

In this unique session, leaders in the public and private regulation of automated driving will come together with each other—and with the audience through focused talks and intimate discussions. In part one, speakers from nearly a dozen prominent organizations, from local to global, will present a single slide and, in four minutes, describe what their organization is doing, what feedback they want from the audience, and what one policy wish they have for government or industry. In part two, each speaker will join a different table in the audience and lead a targeted ten-minute discussion with their small group, then move on. This dynamic “speed dating” will help to build the connections crucial to effective regulation of automated driving.



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Title Presentation Number
Panel Discussion
Arthur Guzzetti, American Public Transportation Association (APTA)
Show Abstract
P18-21528
Panel Discussion
Lindsay Beaver, Uniform Law Commission
P18-21548
Panel Discussion
Luciana Iorio, United Nations Economic Commission for Europe
P18-21549
Panel Discussion
Mark Norman, Transportation Research Board
P18-21550
Panel Discussion
Russ Martin, Governors Highway Safety Association (GHSA)
P18-21551
Panel Discussion
David Kidd, Insurance Institute for Highway Safety
P18-21552
Pane Discussion
Mollie Pelon, National Association of City Transportation Officials
P18-21553
Panel Discussion
S. William Gouse, SAE International
P18-21554
Panel Discussion
Ellen Partridge, Environmental Law and Policy Center
P18-21575
Panel Discussion
James Fackler, Michigan Department of Transportation
P18-21672
Panel Discussion
Fred Payne
P18-22073