FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 2020 (remote)

Inequity in access to transportation in our society today is an issue we feel the mobility industry has a responsibility to impact.

New mobility solutions have the potential to break down societal barriers, empower individuals, and realize their opportunities.

-AMCAR Board

The auto and mobility club @ Ross invites you to the 5th annual future of mobility conference

We'll be using our remote format this year to explore the history of mobility on diversity, equity, and inclusion, how mobility can impact users based on income, gender, and race, and how mobility solutions can improve equity and outcomes for all.

The conference includes three separate components:

Socioeconomic status and access to transportation - Case Competition

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Gender and role-based inequality - Expert Panel

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Racial inequalities - Keynote Speaker: Dr. Richard Ezike (POSTPONED)

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As an engineer, community servant, and researcher, Richard Ezike employs his expertise to engage the community on issues related to environmental protection, transportation equity, and STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts, and math) advocacy.

He is currently at the Urban Institute as a senior policy associate in the Research to Action Lab, where he manages a directive to ensure innovative technologies are accessible and inclusive of all communities. He was previously at the Union of Concerned Scientists, where he conducted research and engaged community groups on the potential social and economic impacts of autonomous vehicles, and at the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation (CBCF) in the Center for Policy Analysis and Research, where he researched the impacts of transportation on African American communities.

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Panel | Gender Equity and the Future of Mobility

1:15 – 2:15pm EST | Register @

Panelists from academia, government, large OEMs, and micromobility segments will discuss topics of trip-chaining, safety, gender bias, and others in mobility solutions.

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Case Competition | Impact of COVID-19 on Public Transit

9:00 – 10:40am EST | Register @

Come watch teams address the impact of the COVID-19 on affordable and safe public transit through the lens of current and future mobility solutions.

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