Successfully reported this slideshow.
We use your LinkedIn profile and activity data to personalize ads and to show you more relevant ads. You can change your ad preferences anytime.

Iwasaki Waiting to Connect, TCS 2015

Randy Iwasaki, Contra Costa Transportation Authority

  • Login to see the comments

  • Be the first to like this

Iwasaki Waiting to Connect, TCS 2015

  1. 1. Click to edit Master subtitle style Randy Iwasaki Executive Director September 15, 2015 Redefining Mobility/City 5.0
  2. 2. Who We Are • The Contra Costa Transportation Authority (CCTA) is a public agency formed by Contra Costa voters in 1988 to manage the county’s transportation sales tax program and to lead the county’s transportation planning efforts. • CCTA is responsible for maintaining and improving the county’s transportation system by planning, funding, and delivering critical transportation infrastructure projects and programs that connect our communities, foster a strong economy, increase sustainability, and safely and efficiently get people where they need to go. WHO WE ARE
  3. 3. Who We Are MEASURE C • Passed by voters in 1988, Measure C provided for a half-cent on the dollar sales tax for twenty years (through March 2009) to pay for an ambitious list of transportation projects and programs. • Measure C was estimated to generate $1 billion over 20 years for a BART extension, freeway improvements, better bus service, enhanced bicycle facilities and more transportation options for senior citizens and people with disabilities.
  4. 4. Who We Are • In November 2004, 71% of Contra Costa voters approved Measure J. The measure provided for the continuation of our county’s half-cent transportation sales tax until 2034, and will provide approximately $2.7 billion for countywide and local transportation projects and programs for the life of the measure. MEASURE J
  5. 5. • BUSES Invest in a reliable, comfortable and convenient bus network • LOCAL STREETS Smooth traffic flow on major roads and invest in neighborhood improvements such as repairing potholes and road surfaces • PEDESTRIAN Make improvements to sidewalks, crosswalks, trails, and paths • SAFE ROUTES TO SCHOOLS Focus on programs and projects aimed at bicycle and pedestrian safety for K-12 students • FERRIES Expand the Bay Area ferry system by looking to ferries as an alternate commute method between West County and San Francisco 1 • BICYCLE Invest in safe routes and infrastructure improvements for bicyclists • BART Make improvements to BART service and stations, such as extensions to new routes and parking at stations • HIGHWAYS Complete Contra Costa’s highway system, and improve air quality and noise protection along these corridors • CARPOOL/RIDESHARE Implement programs aimed at reducing traffic congestion by encouraging carpooling and ridesharing • PROGRAMS FOR SENIORS AND PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES Enhance transit options to improve mobility for seniors and people with disabilities WHAT WE DO
  6. 6. A little bit of history
  7. 7. Sputnik
  8. 8. Race to the Moon
  9. 9. Jetsons
  10. 10. Futurama
  11. 11. Tomorrowland
  12. 12. Concept Car
  13. 13. Future TMC
  14. 14. AHS Program, I-15
  15. 15. A look at what’s on the horizon
  16. 16. IBM 30 YEARS
  17. 17. IBM vs. Microsoft 10 YEARS
  18. 18. Microsoft vs. Facebook 14 Month
  19. 19. Uber
  20. 20. Connectivity Emerging
  21. 21. Connectivity Emerging Faster 20202010Source: 1990 2000 Third Largest Mobile Device
  22. 22. i How cities have evolved
  23. 23. City 1.0
  24. 24. City 2.0
  25. 25. City 3.0
  26. 26. City 5.0 Data Driven Mobility Sensible & Digital City Intermodal Innovations
  27. 27. City 5.0 Environment
  28. 28. Inductive Charging Units
  29. 29. i Introducing the GoMentum Station Program Connected Vehicle and Autonomous Vehicle (CV/AV) Program and Test Facility
  30. 30. GoMentum Station CV/AV Program Create a hub for CV/AV transportation innovation in Contra Costa - called the GoMentum Station Program - where technology, innovation and commercialization converge.
  31. 31. GoMentum Station More than 5,000 acres with 2,100 acres currently available for testing
  32. 32. Economic Growth & Job Creation Efficient Mobility Healthier Environment Enhanced Safety CV/AV Program 21st Century Transportation
  33. 33. Economic Growth and Job Creation
  34. 34. Efficient Mobility
  35. 35. Enhanced Safety
  36. 36. Healthier Environment
  37. 37. ImprovedMobilityandSafetyFunctionalities ReductioninDrivingTasks-% CV Test Beds and Applications EVOLUTIONARY DEPLOYMENT of AV PublicSector(V2I) PrivateSector(V2V) 20 Year 100% CV/AV Future Prediction Hands-off Feet-off Driving
  38. 38. Conclusions • Autonomous vehicles seen as end game for intelligent mobility ADAS development • Pre-commercial technology development phase Access to knowledge community to develop and early markets to exploit will be key • Disruptive technology opportunity Could bring through new players offering new e-mobility solutions • Key role to be played by smart city exemplar projects Projects generate date and real world understanding to prove viability of business models for key stakeholders
  39. 39. CCTA CV/AV Program Thank you! Randy Iwasaki (925) 256-4724 @riwasaki2