The Team Leads of the Texas Innovation Alliance welcome other city transportation officials for coffee.
The Texas Mobility Summit kicks off by welcoming everyone to the fifth annual event.
2020 has left its mark, and transportation leaders are searching for a path forward. The Summit offers an opportunity for public agencies, researchers, and industry to commune and chart a new course.
As the Texas economy begins to revive itself, elected officials discuss the state of affairs and how transportation can play an essential role in ensuring public safety as well as encouraging economic growth.
Learn about the impacts to transit funding and future operations, including federal legislation opportunities, losses in sales tax revenue, and the new trend of zero fare programs.
Gain insights into federal legislation and how it will affect infrastructure investments, aid recovery for vulnerable communities, and advance emerging technologies.
In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, cities are shifting gears and establishing new work-life norms. Experts discuss the long-term impacts of telework, trends in retail and real estate, and the relationship between transportation and public health outcomes.
Discover how data is being used to tackle big challenges – from battling COVID-19 to ending the streak of traffic fatalities on Texas roadways.
Unlock new opportunities to improve the customer experience as well as traffic planning and operations with data sources that are becoming readily available.
Imagine a future where mobility companies and cities share data to optimize the mobility system for all travelers. What are the privacy and security concerns, and is this reality even possible?
See the latest data analysis efforts from across Texas highlighted in a feature project.
Data scientists are highly valued, yet often elude the public sector. Find out why four city data scientists chose the public sector route, what makes them tick, and how to build this capability within any team.
Join for a networking reception where participants have an opportunity to share stories, powerful and entertaining, about what it means to be resilient.
Learn about the latest research developments and connect with students who are seeking professional advice as they prepare for a wide range of careers.
The Texas Mobility Summit invites everyone to a day centered around developing community connections.
Sift through layers of equity disparities to understand how they have impacted the transportation system and communities’ ability to access mobility options. Find new ways to build community relationships.
How does transit rebound and what are the opportunities for new growth? Transit leadership discuss lessons learned from the front lines, trends towards private sector consolidation, and new models for public-private partnerships.
See the latest transit efforts from across Texas highlighted in a feature project.
Hear how rural communities have demonstrated grit in challenging times and the creative steps they have taken to ensure their residents can access medical care, age in place, and connect with employment opportunities.
Step into the world of occupational therapy and walk in the shoes of older adults and those with disabilities to understand everyday decisions about driver retirement, navigating the public transit system, and maintaining independence.
Meet companies and see virtual demonstrations of technologies including, mobility data platforms, connected and automated vehicles, and applications of artificial intelligence.
Cities delve into the Action Plans that they are developing to realize Vision Zero, including slow street strategies, improved data analysis, and advanced technologies to protect pedestrians, cyclists, and other vulnerable road users.
Learn about the latest planned and active deployments in connected and automated vehicles. Public and private sector partners jointly present their efforts in on-demand automated passenger service, sidewalk and last-mile delivery, and HD mapping.
The Texas Mobility Summit concludes with a final outlook towards 2021.
See the latest connected and automated vehicle efforts from across Texas highlighted in a feature project.
How does Texas move beyond testing to gain traction with the public? Connected and automated vehicle leadership discusses ways that Texas can continue safely advancing passenger and freight deployments while raising awareness among policymakers and the public.
The Texas Mobility Summit concludes with a look into the next year, identifying priorities for the Texas Innovation Alliance to advance.