Micromobility: Panacea or Pandora’s Box?
Join Dentons for a conversation on the evolving regulatory landscape for electric scooters and other forms of micromobility
In these post-industrial times, competitive cities must embrace emerging and often disruptive technologies that upend existing infrastructure and outpace regulatory framework. The arrival of e-scooters and similar forms of motorized micromobility are examples of such technology. As these shared vehicles have become more prevalent, they have created opportunities but also myriad challenges.
Join us for a panel discussion hosted by Dentons’ Local Government Solutions group on how local governments, businesses and community organizations are exploring innovative strategies, sustainable infrastructure and smart regulation to create safe spaces for riders, pedestrians and motorists as more e-scooters roll into American cities.
A reception will immediately follow the panel.
Ceasar C. Mitchell, Jr., partner and head of Local Government Solutions at Dentons, as well as the former president of the Atlanta City Council, will moderate this event, joined by leaders from government, academia, industry and various other organizations.
- Faye DiMassimo, Specialist Leader, Deloitte Consulting
- Amir Farokhi, Atlanta City Councilmember
- Nick Juliano, Southeast Public Affairs Manager, Uber
- Debra Lam, Managing Director, Smart Cities and Inclusive Innovation, Georgia Tech
- Chris Tomlinson, Executive Director, State Road and Tollway Authority, Atlanta-region Transit Link Authority, Georgia Regional Transportation Authority
Date and time:
Start: October 2, 2019, 4:00 PM EDT
End: October 2, 2019, 6:30 PM EDT
303 Peachtree Street
NE Suite 5300
Atlanta, GA 30308
Advance registration is required. To RSVP or if you have questions, please contact Maddie Holihan at +1 404 527 4906 or at [email protected].