Don’t miss our upcoming webinar produced in partnership with Santander UK. This hour-long session will bring together city leaders, urban planners, and practitioners to examine the challenges and opportunities electric vehicles (EVs) pose, discuss upcoming policies/strategies, and present new ideas on preparing for broader EV adoption in America.
Cities and communities across the US are beginning to take further strides towards fully adopting EVs and integrating them into the fabric of their roads and urban infrastructure. The benefits of making the switch to EVs are well-documented and growing, but there are still several challenges that need to be overcome to allow for an easier and equitable transition.
Addressing these barriers will need effective, comprehensive, and long-term policies for communities to reach electrification and emission targets. Municipalities both large and small will need to look to their states not only for guidance on EV policy, but also as a partner ready to champion their specific needs on the federal level.
Attendees will have the opportunity to pose questions and engage with a panel of industry experts to better understand the US market and current views on electrification.
- Paul Ayres – Founder, Connected Kerb
- Karen Lightman – Executive Director of Metro21, Carnegie Mellon University
- Ali Maher – Director of Rutgers CAIT (Center for Advanced Infrastructure and Transportation)
- Timothy Phelps – Executive Director of Transportation Management Association of Chester County (TMACC)
- Emily Yates – Chief Innovation Officer at Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA)
Moderated by Steve Wray, Senior Vice President and Principal at Econsult Solutions
Click here to learn more and register for this free webinar.