Growth and Mobility - Sept 18
How autonomous vehicles will change our world
Join us for a discussion about automated vehicles and their impact on urban real estate, the various types of automated vehicles on the road and in development, the challenges facing the industry, the kinds of deployments and use cases already active around the country, and what is going on in Texas and in the DFW area.
Clint Hail, transportation planner - automated vehicles, North Central Texas Council of Governments
Tom Bamonte, senior program manager - automated vehicles, North Central Texas Council of Governments
Clint Hail is a transportation planner for the Automated Vehicles Program at the North Central Texas Council of Governments. At NCTCOG, he works closely with local governments, private enterprises, citizens, and automated vehicle and software developers to prepare the region for innovative mobility technologies. Before NCTCOG, his work focused on asset-based community development in both domestic and international settings. Prior to that, he was a captain in the US Army. Clint is a graduate of Richardson High School (Go Eagles!) and West Point; currently, he is a master’s candidate in the City and Regional Planning program at UTA.
Tom Bamonte is Senior Program Manager for the Automated Vehicles Program at the North Central Texas Council of Governments. At NCTCOG, he works on automated vehicle pilot programs, the regional data infrastructure for automated vehicles and related transportation technology and planning issues. Before joining NCTCOG he served in senior legal positions at the Chicago Transit Authority and toll highway authorities in Illinois and Texas. Before that he did corporate takeover litigation at a private law firm. He is a graduate of the University of Chicago and Northwestern University School of Law.
Growth & Mobility is a members only luncheon. Please note that on-line registration will close on Tuesday, Sept 17.
RCC registration/cancellation policy:
Reservations with payment are required. Because of catering requirements, we must charge for reservations not cancelled three days prior to the event. Cancellations after that date can be substituted, please provide name prior to event. On-site registration (walk-ins) will be charged an additional $5. Unclaimed reservations during the event will be relinquished at noon. On-site registrants (walk-in customers) will be seated based on space availability.