What’s next for mobility in an uncertain world - part 2

Wood experts continue the conversation on what’s next for mobility in the backdrop of COVID-19. They discuss how the pandemic will impact urban growth in 2020 and beyond, the role of electrification and autonomous vehicles in our future and what the new normal of mobility looks like.
Content
1:11 What’s next for city planners and transport authorities
5:58 The future role of electrification and autonomous vehicles
11:41 Permanent transformations on the evolution of cities
18:44 What we know for certain in our uncertain world
Raymond Steege
Raymond Steege
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SR VP Director of Strategy and Development for E&IA and Transportation Sector Lead
Ray Steege, Wood’s global infrastructure and transportation leader. During his 30 years with the company, Ray has become a leading voice in sustainable urbanization and smart cities. He recently participated in a panel discussion at Globe 2020 focusing on the importance of adapting to new technologies and addressing the funding needed to grow urban infrastructure. Ray is based in the US in St. Louis, Missouri.
Monika Crouse
Monika Crouse
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Technical Director, Regional Lead-Transport & Highways
Monika Crouse, Wood’s regional lead for highways and transport in the UK. With an extensive background in transport planning, she supports major public and private clients with modelling, assessments and sustainable improvement schemes for transport networks. In addition, she promotes research, service and product development as a transport digital innovation lead. Monika is based in London.
John Howe
John Howe
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Thought Leader and Strategy Advisor
John Howe. Wood’s transport advisor. He is a well-respected Canadian infrastructure strategist, seasoned in public and private transportation having contributed to the integration and development of Ontario’s road and transportation network. John is based in Toronto.
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