Smart Driving Cars Podcast

Smart Driving Cars Podcast

What's the latest in smart driving cars? Listen in to lively discussions with Princeton University Professor Alain Kornhauser and guests, hosted by technology journalist Fred Fishkin. How soon will you be riding in a self driving car? This is the podcast to tune in to.... Show More
May 18, 2020 90 min
Zoom-Tank Debate 2: The Future of Public Roadway Transit.   This is the podcast version of the live May 18th debate.    Jarrett Walker and Associates President Jarrett Walker on the Best of Times side of the argument against Cato Institute Senior Fellow Randal O’toole.   Moderator Dick Mudge is joined by "sharks" including Jerome Lutin…an independent consultant who has worked in, written and lectured about transit and transportation for many years, Princeton University Professor Alain Kornhauser…faculty chair for autonomous vehicle engineering..and much more,  Digital age pioneer, author and consultant Brad Templeton…. and Michael Sena…also a well known consultant and editor of The Dispatcher newsletter.       Find more at www.zoom-tank.com!

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