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Governance

How can policies, programs, and infrastructure investments change to better react to and anticipate new disruptions? What can be done to ensure that new technologies help meet existing community goals?

How can decision makers create policies for emerging technologies that are proactive, responsive, and adaptable?

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From new vehicle types to increased deliveries, emerging technologies pose significant changes for transportation systems.

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Changes to transportation, retail, and location preferences for residential and commercial uses all have implications for land uses and land use policies.

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Municipal Fiscal Impacts (Coming soon)
Municipal Fiscal Impacts (Coming soon)
Process
Pilots and Deployments (Coming soon)
Pilots and Deployments (Coming soon)
Process
Vision & Goals
Vision & Goals
Process
Streets & Curbside Management
Streets & Curbside Management
Transportation
Parking
Parking
Transportation
Land Use Changes
Land Use Changes
Land Use
Procurement & Processes
Procurement & Processes
Process
Urban Density & Sprawl
Urban Density & Sprawl
Land Use
Congestion, VMT Reduction & Mode Choice
Congestion, VMT Reduction & Mode Choice
Transportation
Treat Streets as Utilities
Treat Streets as Utilities
Transportation
Micromobility Policy
Micromobility Policy
Transportation
Retail & E-commerce
Retail & E-commerce
Land Use
Autonomous Vehicle Policy
Autonomous Vehicle Policy
Transportation
Pricing
Pricing
Transportation
Working with Data
Working with Data
Process

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