The Modern Mobility Podcast
Episode 2: 8 Steps to Planning for Electric Vehicles

Episode 2: 8 Steps to Planning for Electric Vehicles

March 29, 2021

Episode Summary:  Listen to national experts and certified planners, Keli Kemp and Kirsten Mote, both with Modern Mobility Partners, talk about what planners can do to plan for electric vehicles.  Listeners will learn the following in Episode 1:

  • The direction of electric vehicles
  • Potential impacts of electric vehicles
  • Role of transportation planners when it comes to electric vehicles
  • 8 steps to planning for electric vehicles

Links:

Co-Hosts:

  • Keli Kemp, AICP, PTP has almost 25 years of experience in transportation planning and consulting and co-founded Modern Mobility Partners in in early 2018 with Jennifer Zhan. Keli holds a M.S. degree in Urban Planning from Texas A&M University.
  • Kirsten Mote, AICP has over 13 years of experience in transportation planning and most recently got certified by MIT’s Media Lab in their Beyond Smart Cities program. Kirsten holds a M.S. in City Planning from Georgia Tech.

Modern Mobility Partners is an Atlanta-based women and minority-owned transportation planning and engineering consulting firm.  Service areas include transportation planning, travel demand modeling, traffic and revenue forecasting, project prioritization and performance measures, funding strategies and grant applications, all looking through a lens of new and emerging technologies.

If you are interested in learning more about Modern Mobility Partners, please visit www.modernmobilitypartners.com.  If you are interested in becoming a guest on our podcast, please email podcast@modernmobilitypartners.com.

Episode 1: 10 Steps to Planning for Connected and Autonomous Vehicles (CAVs)

Episode 1: 10 Steps to Planning for Connected and Autonomous Vehicles (CAVs)

March 29, 2021

Episode Summary:  Listen to national experts and certified planners, Keli Kemp and Kirsten Mote, both with Modern Mobility Partners, talk about what planners can do to plan for connected and autonomous vehicles.  Listeners will learn the following in Episode 1:
• Difference between connected and autonomous vehicles
• What is V2V v. V2I
• Different levels of autonomous vehicles
• Potential impacts of autonomous vehicles
• Role of transportation planners when it comes to connected and autonomous vehicles
• 10 steps to planning for connected and autonomous vehicles

Links:
• Download free cheat sheet of 10 steps to Planning for Connected and Autonomous Vehicles at: www.modernmobilitypartners.com
• United States Department of Transportation (USDOT) 2021 Autonomous Vehicles Comprehensive Plan:  https://www.transportation.gov/AV
• National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) Automated Vehicle Transparency and Engagement for Safe Testing (TEST) Initiative, AV Test Tracking Tool: https://www.nhtsa.gov/automated-vehicles-safety/av-test-initiative-tracking-tool
• List of Connected Vehicle Applications at USDOT National Operations Center of Excellence: https://transportationops.org/connected-fleet-challenge/cvapplications
• List of Connected Vehicle Applications at USDOT ITS Joint Program Office: https://www.its.dot.gov/pilots/cv_pilot_apps.htm

Co-Hosts:
• Keli Kemp, AICP, PTP has almost 25 years of experience in transportation planning and consulting and co-founded Modern Mobility Partners in in early 2018 with Jennifer Zhan.  Keli holds a M.S. degree in Urban Planning from Texas A&M University.
• Kirsten Mote, AICP has over 13 years of experience in transportation planning and most recently got certified by MIT’s Media Lab in their Beyond Smart Cities program.  Kirsten holds a M.S. in City Planning from Georgia Tech.

Modern Mobility Partners is an Atlanta-based women and minority-owned transportation planning and engineering consulting firm.  Service areas include transportation planning, travel demand modeling, traffic and revenue forecasting, project prioritization and performance measures, funding strategies and grant applications, all looking through a lens of new and emerging technologies.

If you are interested in learning more about Modern Mobility Partners, please visit www.modernmobilitypartners.com.  If you are interested in becoming a guest on our podcast, please email podcast@modernmobilitypartners.com.

Episode 0: Trailer and Season 1 Overview

Episode 0: Trailer and Season 1 Overview

March 23, 2021

Episode Summary:  Listen to national experts and certified planners, Keli Kemp and Kirsten Mote, both with Modern Mobility Partners, talk about practical solutions for modern day transportation challenges.  Listeners of this episode will learn what the new podcast is about and what episodes are planned for Season 1, including the following:
• Steps to Planning for Connected and Autonomous Vehicles
• Steps to Planning for Electric Vehicles
• Steps to Planning for Increased E-Commerce
• Steps to Completing an INFRA or BUILD Grant Application
• Steps to Engaging People in the Transportation Planning Process that do Not Have Internet Access
• Steps to Planning for Potentially Sustained Increases in Teleworking after COVID-19
• Steps to Planning for Micromobility
• Steps to Planning More Inclusive and Equitable Transportation Systems
• Steps to Demonstrating the Economic Benefits of Investing in Transportation
• Steps to Planning Resilient Transportation Systems
• Steps to Planning for Prime Real Estate - The Curb
• Steps to Planning for Parking in a Changing Transportation Ecosystem

A 1-page cheat sheet of steps for each episode will be available for free download at www.modernmobilitypartners.com.

Co-Hosts:
• Keli Kemp, AICP, PTP has almost 25 years of experience in transportation planning and consulting and co-founded Modern Mobility Partners in in early 2018 with Jennifer Zhan.  Keli holds a M.S. degree in Urban Planning from Texas A&M University.
• Kirsten Mote, AICP has over 13 years of experience in transportation planning and most recently got certified by MIT’s Media Lab in their Beyond Smart Cities program.  Kirsten holds a M.S. in City Planning from Georgia Tech.

Modern Mobility Partners is an Atlanta-based women and minority-owned transportation planning and engineering consulting firm.  Service areas include transportation planning, travel demand modeling, traffic and revenue forecasting, project prioritization and performance measures, funding strategies and grant applications, all looking through a lens of new and emerging technologies.

If you are interested in learning more about Modern Mobility Partners, please visit www.modernmobilitypartners.com.  If you are interested in becoming a guest on our podcast, please email podcast@modernmobilitypartners.com.

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