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Amanda Howell is a Project Manager for Urbanism Next at the University of Oregon. She conducts technical research on the impacts of emerging technologies—autonomous vehicles (AVs), new mobility, the sharing economy, and e-commerce—on land use, urban design, transportation, and real estate, as well as the associated implications of these changes on equity, health, the economy, the environment, and governance. She holds a Master's Degree in Urban and Regional Planning from Portland State University and was the project manager for an affordable housing transportation study sponsored by the California Department of Transportation during her studies. Before moving to Portland for graduate school, she provided programmatic support to the Prison University Project, a Bay Area nonprofit that operates an onsite, degree-granting program for people incarcerated at San Quentin State Prison.