Could COVID-19 change how people travel for good? Capital Public Radio discussed the question with the Policy Institute’s Austin Brown.
The BBC and Capital Public Radio recently turned to the Policy Institute’s Austin Brown and Colin Murphy for insight on what current events may mean for the future of sustainable transportation.
COVID-19 is affecting transportation today, and the pandemic will likely have huge impacts on how we get around in the future. This blog series explores intersections between the COVID-19 pandemic and the “3 Revolutions” in transportation: shared mobility, vehicle electrification, and vehicle automation.
The Policy Institute, working with the UC Institute of Transportation Studies, will lead a major study for the California Environmental Protection Agency to help steer the state towards its goal of carbon neutrality by 2045.
Many blame electric vehicles for the $1.1 trillion gap in federal transportation funding. Many are wrong.
How can governments, businesses, and consumer advocates work together to establish sensible and mutually agreeable data-sharing practices for mobility data?
The Policy Institute and the Exploratorium co-hosted a week of events focused on addressing the San Francisco Bay Area’s immense transportation challenges: ever-worsening traffic, seemingly intractable inequities, and pollution that damages our health and climate.
Writing for leading legal website Law360, the Policy Institute’s Gordon Anderson and Austin Brown argue that without intervention from policymakers, arbitration could become the default mechanism for resolving disputes surrounding automated vehicles. The result, they warn, would be a legal playing field steeply tilted towards manufacturers.
A new advisory group will help ensure that social and environmental justice considerations are deeply integrated into climate research initiatives and policy proposals at all stages.
The Policy Institute is a core partner of the Global New Mobility Coalition (GNMC): an international group of more than 100 experts, non-governmental organizations (NGOs), and companies working together on deploying creative mobility solutions across the world.