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Urban Mobility Innovation Team

Purpose: Develop a policy and technical action plan to lower barriers for emerging transportation technology adoption in Tulsa.

Outcomes:

  1. Tulsa will be among leading cities around the world embracing innovation in transportation technology.
  2. Create a team of informed business and government leaders to advise on policy and technical issues.
  3. Develop key components of Tulsa’s Strategic Mobility Plan.

Process:

  1. Create a policy team to focus on reducing the hurdles to implementing autonomous vehicles in Tulsa.
  2. Create a technical team to identify the infrastructure needs for autonomous vehicles.
  3. Conduct a series of convenings to deeply understand the issues related to autonomous vehicles and an action plan for implementation.


Date | Time | Group | Topic
 

Monday, December 18

9 a.m. | Technical + Policy (presentation slides)

Tuesday, January 16
1 p.m.  |  Technical  |  Technical Team Working Meeting, City Hall 15th Floor Collaboration Space

Tuesday, February 6
1 p.m.  |  Policy  |  State and Federal Policy Briefing, City Hall, 15th Floor Boardroom (Agenda) (presentation slides)
2:30 p.m.  |  Technical  |  Infrastructure Briefing, City Hall, 15th Floor Boardroom (Agenda

Tuesday, February 27
1 p.m.  |  Policy + Technical  |  
Industry Showcase  TNCs (i.e Uber, Lyft), Manufacturers, Rental Cars, Trucking, etc.

Monday, March 26
2:30 p.m.  |  Policy  |  Public-Private Partnerships with Jennifer Bradley of the Aspen Institute

Monday, April 23
1 p.m.  |  Policy + Technical  |  Cybersecurity - Tyler Moore and Jeremy Daily, University of Tulsa, City Hall 15th Floor Boardroom

Monday, April 30

12:00 p.m.  |  Technical  |  Data Sharing - David Zipper

Date TBD
1 p.m.  |  Policy + Technical  |  Outline of Requirements for Strategic Mobility Actions