ULI Washington- CRE Disruptors: The Rapid Evolution of Transportation
7:30-8:00am: Breakfast & Registration
8:00-9:00am: Panel Discussion
9:00-9:30 am: Q&A
How the future of transportation is shaping tomorrow’s real estate deals in the Washington area.
Transportation is in the midst of major disruption; UBER/Lyft, car share, dockless bikes, and bike share have rapidly altered Metro ridership and general commuting patterns. On the horizon, autonomous vehicles have the potential to fundamentally alter not only how we think about cars, but also how we use and plan cities and the buildings in and around them.
- What impact will these dramatic changes in mobility have on the built environment?
- How can existing infrastructure keep up with these seismic shifts in transportation modes?
- Who stands to benefit? Who bears the cost of these changes?
- How can municipalities and developers turn disruption into opportunity?
Please join ULI Washington for an insightful panel featuring leaders in real estate discussing the future of transportation and mobility, how these disruptors will shape the future of development in the DC area, and how local players can take advantage of these changes.
Moderator: Mitchell Roschelle, Partner and Business Development Leader, PwC
Laurence Caudle, Director of Housing and Principal, Hickok Cole
Leif Dormsjo, Senior Vice President for Infrastructure Asset Management, Louis Berger
Aaron Landry, General Manager, car2go
Dan Emerine, Manager of Policy and Legislative Affairs Division, Office of the Director, District Department of Transportation
More speakers to be added!