Reimagining Transportation Energy in 2020 for Equity and Resilience
Transportation is an essential need in our society–continuously moving people to and from their homes, jobs and activities. However, its infrastructure and energy needs have contributed to various access, equity and environmental impacts for communities of color. With an immediate decline in transportation energy use at the onset of COVID-19, what shifts can we expect to secure equitable mobility as we plan for reopening?
Join the Wilton E. Scott Institute for Energy Innovation at Carnegie Mellon University on Thursday, August 6 at 11 a.m. EDT in a conversation with leading transportation, access, mobility and energy experts on our transportation energy future and what strategies leading agencies and decision-makers should consider when weighing important issues at hand.
A Zoom Webinar link and password to join will be provided upon registration.
- Katharine Kelleman, CEO – Port Authority of Allegheny County
- Regina Clewlow, CEO & Co-Founder – Populus
- Constantine Samaras, Energy Fellow, CMU Scott Institute for Energy Innovation; Associate Professor, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering – Carnegie Mellon University
- Corey Harper, Presidential Postdoctoral Fellow; incoming Assistant Professor, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering and Heinz College of Information Systems and Public Policy – Carnegie Mellon University
- Anna J. Siefken, Executive Director – CMU Scott Institute for Energy Innovation