A 2017 INRIX Autonomous Vehicle study ratedNew Orleans as the number one most
suitable city in the United States for autonomous technologies.
Whether it's self-driving buses in New Orleans, Port NOLA operations and truck platooning along the I10 corridor, or autonomous transit vehicles in
Baton Rouge, southern Louisiana has the potential to become one of the nation's leading innovation centers for Connected and Autonomous Vehicles (CAV)s.
Join your municipal colleagues and national and local experts at a full-day"Connected and
Autonomous Vehicle 101" National Roadshowto explore the key aspects of the Autonomous Vehicle Economy and the infrastructure and policy changes that
satellite cities, small towns and rural communities in southern Louisiana and the New Orleans - Baton Rouge - Lafayette I10 corridor will need to consider in order to take advantage of
coming electrification and self-driving technologies.
Akhil Chauhan,National Director, Smart Mobility and CAV, for
Arcadis North America.
Dale Neef, author, strategic technology advisor and founder of DNA Data
Solutions LLC *
Bethany Stich,Department Chair of Planning and Urban Studies
and the Director of the Transportation Institute (UNOTI) at the University of New Orleans
Chester Wilmot,Professor of Civil Engineering, Department
of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Louisiana State University.
August 22, 2019
8:30 am - 4:30 pm
Clarion Inn Conference Center
1500 W Highway 30
Gonzales, LA 70737
Space is Limited so Early Booking is Recommended
Approved for 5.0 hours of Certification Maintenance (CM) credit for
the American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP) *
Private Sector: $125
State and Municipal Employees and