StimULI Breakfast: “The Future of Land Use in a Region of Driverless Cars”
Fully autonomous electric vehicles promise to reshape cities in the same way the automobile shaped nearly every aspect of the built environment.
What are the real estate implications of this change and how can places prepare now? What are the facts around autonomous car development? Could they really be available within 5 years? Will Uber and Lyft type providers – using autonomous cars – begin to replace the privately owned car as a prime means of transit? What are the possible implications for the urban environment and land use, for parking, and for public transit?
On March 2nd, join industry and academic experts who will provide their views on these and other questions.
- Paul Steinman, FDOT District Seven Secretary
- Doug Kettles, Research Analyst and Telecommunications Manager at the University of Central Florida, Electric Vehicle Transportation Center
- Bob Clifford, Vice President, West Florida Area Manager, Parsons Brinckerhoff
Open to members and non-members. Breakfast included in registration. Space is limited. Please register by February 28th. Additional $10 onsite registration fee for those who register after 2/28/2017.
Register online using the button below, OR by submitting this registration form OR by calling ULI Customer Service at 1-800-321-5011.
Members: $35 Non Members: $55