Preparing for Autonomous Vehicles: A Survey of Local Governments Webinar
Recorded On: 05/19/2020
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COVID-19 has had a major impact on taxi and ride-sharing businesses and other forms of transit as social distancing has become the norm. Moving forward, autonomous vehicles (AVs) could see increasing demand as people are less inclined to share small spaces. If AVs are widely adopted, municipal governments, through their abilities to set and enforce regulations, will play an important role in determining how transportation and land use evolves in response to AV adoption.
During this webinar, David Dale-Johnson, Ph.D., Stan Melton Executive Professor in Real Estate at the Alberta School of Business Real Estate Program, will discuss the findings of his report, “Preparing for Autonomous Vehicles: A Survey of Local Governments,” and identify several key takeaways that are of interest to developers, landowners and the broader commercial real estate community, including implications for AV adoption in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
David Dale-Johnson, Ph.D.
Stan Melton Executive Professor in Real Estate
Alberta School of Business Real Estate Program
Stan Melton Executive Professor
- David Dale-Johnson is the Stan Melton Executive Professor at the Alberta School of Business where he directs the Real Estate Program.
- An expert in real estate finance and development and city building, he came to the U of A from the University of Southern California’s Marshall School of Business and Sol Price School of Public Policy.
- His degrees include a Bachelor of Arts and a Master of Science in Business Administration at the University of British Columbia and a Ph.D. at the Haas School of Business at the University of California at Berkeley.
- He has twice been a NAIOP Distinguished Fellow, is currently a Co-Director of the Urban Land Institute Alberta and a member of the Strategic Planning Committee of the Resort Municipality of Whistler. His research focuses on technology and cities (smart cities) and real estate markets in economies in transition.