Tuesday, March 19 at 12:00pm to 2:00pm
Lewis Hall (RGL), 100
650 Childs Way, Los Angeles, CA 90089
Critical perspectives and recent research on the travel behavior implications of disruptive trends and autonomous vehicles
By Ronald Milam
Self-driving or autonomous vehicles (AVs) are predicted to dramatically reshape the design and use of our transportation systems. Learn about some of the key potential travel behavioral impacts (on latent demand, vehicle ownership, travel time use, vehicle-miles-traveled, transit ridership, and overall travel demand) of autonomous vehicles and other disruptive trends.
Attendees will learn about critical perspectives on AV’s travel behavior implications and cutting-edge research and modeling work investigating and predicting impacts
Ronald T. Milam, AICP, PTP is the director of evolving the status quo at Fehr & Peers and leads the company’s research and development. A unique part of Ron’s experience is thinking long-term and helping clients understand the future outcomes of their decisions. His recent work has focused on travel market priorities, disruptive trends such as internet shopping and automated vehicles, plus big data analysis to answer challenging transportation policy and technical questions.