On Thursday, December 13th, The Washington Post will host a Technology 202 discussion on the intersection of technology, mobility and the future of cities. The event is the second in The Technology 202 Live event series.
Speakers will discuss what policy and regulatory preparations elected officials will need to make to pave the way for the transportation systems and cities of tomorrow.
Confirmed speakers include:
- Pete Buttigieg, Mayor, South Bend, Indiana
- Andy Berke, Mayor, Chattanooga, Tennessee
- Rachel Holt, Uber’s Head of Mobility
- Charlie Catlett, Director, Urban Center for Computation and Data, University of Chicago and Argonne National Laboratory
- Mitchell S. Kominsky, Co-Founder and Chief Strategy Officer, Venture Smarter
- John Lewis, CEO, Charlotte Area Transit System
- Jason Nelson, Executive Director for Partner Engagement, Smart Cities Council
- Brandon Pollak, Global Civic Engagement and Strategy, Bird
- Robert Puentes, CEO and President, Eno Center for Transportation
- Julie Samuels, Executive Director,Tech:NYC
The program also features a segment presented by Siemens featuring Martin Powell, former Deputy Mayor of the City of London and currently Siemens’ Global Head of Urban Development.
Thursday, December 13, 2018
9:00 - 10:30 a.m. (Doors open at 8:30 a.m.)
The Washington Post Live Center
1301 K St NW, Washington DC, 20071
This is the second event in Washington Post Live’s ‘Technology 202” series presented by Siemens with support from the University of Virginia.