The Future of Transportation — What Trends Are Here to Stay?
A WRCOG 'Future Forward' Series
Thursday, March 25, 2021 (9 AM - 10 AM)
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9 AM - 10 AM
Learn from leading transportation expert, Chris Gray, Deputy Executive Director for the Western Riverside Council of Governments (WRCOG) on the latest trends and travel behaviors that have been influenced by the COVID-19 Pandemic. Learn how:
COVID-19 is impacting travel behavior, near-term and long-term
Is working from home here to stay?
Remote experience vs. in-person experience
Future of personal vehicle travel
Impacts on shared travel modes
Top 10 trends to watch for
Deputy Executive Director of Western Riverside Council of Governments (WRCOG)
Christopher Gray is the Deputy Executive Director for the Western Riverside Council of Governments (WRCOG), a joint powers authority consisting of 18 cities, the County of Riverside, the Eastern and Western Municipal Water Districts, and the Riverside County Superintendent of Schools. As the Deputy Executive Director, Chris oversees WRCOG’s daily operations in addition to direct oversight of the TUMF Program. TUMF is one of the largest regional impact fee programs in California, having collected nearly $1 Billion in fees, which have funded over 100 regional transportation projects. Prior to coming to WRCOG, Chris worked as a private sector transportation consultant for 20 years where he completed projects throughout the United States, China, and Singapore. Chris regularly speaks on topics such as sustainable transportation, new transportation technologies, and other topics of interest to transportation professionals and stakeholders. He has written extensively on the topic of autonomous vehicles and their impact on the transportation system including the text The Car in 2035: Mobility Planning for the Near Future.
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Western Riverside Council of Governments (WRCOG)
The purpose of WRCOG is to unify Western Riverside County so that it can speak with a collective voice on important issues that affect its members.
Advocacy Working together and sharing resources through WRCOG reduces duplication of effort.