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17TCS Catching up with Technology: Planning for the smart, connected future

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Moderator: Kristin Tufte, Portland State University Speakers: Margi Bradway, City of Portland; Eliot Rose, Metro; Mary Li, Multnomah County; Tim McHugh, TriMet

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17TCS Catching up with Technology: Planning for the smart, connected future

  1. 1. Catching up with Technology: Planning for the smart, connected future TREC Transportation & Communities Summit September 11, 2017
  2. 2. Why?
  3. 3. Why?  People & technology do not respect jurisdictional boundaries…  Efficiency - Human & financial resources  Technology is coming fast…  Because we’re Portland  We know how to collaborate…
  4. 4. Portland Regional Smart Cities ActionPlan  GOAL:  Create an action plan to advance smart cities in the Portland Metro Region  EXPECTED OUTCOMES  1. Three 2-year actions  2. Foundation for future work in areas outside of the transportation domain  3. Assessment and tracking of current initiatives by partners
  5. 5. “At its heart, the effective use of data and technology is about understanding people.”
  6. 6. DRAFTPlan Structure  Vision  Guiding Principles  Good governance  Equitable  Tangible Actions for Identified People  Initiatives  Governance  Community Engagement  Data / Technology  Actionable Actions and Projects
  7. 7. Collaboration& Engagement  OPAL / Forth Mobility Needs Assessment  Wider community engagement  Private-sector engagement  If you want to engage:  Let us know…  Workshop Sept 26  Expanding beyond transportation – energy & resilience?
  8. 8. Thank you.

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