Regina Clewlow is the CEO & Founder of Populus.ai. Former research scientist at UC Davis and Stanford. MIT Ph.D. in transportation.
Wired: Uber and Lyft haven't revolutionized the American city - yet
The Verge: Self-driving cars are on a collision course with our crappy cities
NYTimes: Is Uber helping or hurting mass transit?
CityLab: The ride-hailing effect: More cars, more trips, more miles
Recent and Upcoming Talks
Speaker, Using new mobility data to improve urban transportation, National Shared Mobility Summit, Chicago. March 12-14, 2018.
Moderator, Changing travel behavior in the 3 Revolutions era. 3 Revolutions (Shared, Autonomous, Electric) Policy Conference, UC Davis. February 26, 2018.
Speaker, Mobility as a service: Do transportation network companies need autonomous vehicles to be profitable? Bloomberg New Energy Finance, The Future of Mobility Summit, Palo Alto, CA. February 2, 2018.
Speaker, The building blocks for Mobility-as-a-Service. Automated Vehicles Symposium (AVS), San Francisco, CA. July 11-13, 2017.
Speaker, Improving the Mobility Experience Through More Accurate Real-Time Information. American Public Transportation Association (APTA) TransITech Conference, April 3-5, 2017.
Speaker, Energy and Climate Impacts of Automated and Connected Vehicles. Transportation Research Board (TRB) 96th Annual Meeting, January 7-11, 2017.
Panelist. Realizing the Benefits: Smart Card and Payment Convergence. National Shared Mobility Summit. Chicago, IL. October 2016.
Presenter. The Future of Mobility. Department of Energy Office of Sustainable Transportation invitation-only workshop on the future of mobility. Berkeley, CA. July 2016.
Panelist. Integrated Mobility. APTA Fare Collection & Revenue Management Summit and TransitITech Conference. San Diego, CA. April 2016.
Panelist. Transit’s Technological Revolution. Eno Center for Transportation Convergence: The Intersection of Technology and Transportation. Washington, D.C. February 2016.
Panelist, MobilityTalks, The Washington Auto Show. Policy panel organized by the Intelligent Transportation Society of America and MEMA. January 20, 2016.
Speaker, Modeling the demand for new mobility concepts and services. Transportation Research Board (TRB) 95th Annual Meeting, January 10-14, 2016.
Moderator and Session Coordinator. Can shared, connected, automated vehicles help us meet sustainability and energy goals? TRB 95th Annual Meeting, January 10-14, 2016.
Presiding officer, Exploring market demand for ridesharing and shared automated vehicles. TRB 95th Annual Meeting, January 10-14, 2016.
Speaker, Transportation Nudges: Experiments in Improving Urban Mobility. Boston University and the Boston Mayor's Office of New Urban Mechanics. December 7, 2015.
Speaker. Vehicle ownership preferences: Engaging with new technologies and business models. BECC Conference Post-Workshop: Department of Energy (DOE), Shaping the Transportation Revolution Roundtable. October 21, 2015. Sacramento, CA.
Moderator, Ridesharing operations discussion. Young Professionals in Transportation (YPT) Bay Flexible Transportation Series. October 20, 2015. Lyft HQ, San Francisco, CA.
Moderator, Can new mobility services lead to energy/ GHG savings? Behavior Energy and Climate Change (BECC) Conference. October 19, 2015. Sacramento, CA.
Panelists: Jonathan Hall (Policy Research Lead, Uber), Emily Castor (Dir. Transportation Policy, Lyft), Matt George (CEO, Bridj), Brendon Harrington (Transportation Manager, Google)
Presenter, Energy and greenhouse gas emission impacts of autonomous vehicles. AUVSI and TRB Automated Vehicles Symposium 2015 poster session. July 2015. Ypsilanti, MI.
Speaker, The future of personal mobility: Quantifying the impacts of recent innovations on travel behavior. Stanford University Sustainable Transportation Seminar. May 2015.
Speaker, Carsharing, ridesharing, and future mobility. Association of Commuter Transportation (ACT) NorCal Research Symposium. April 2015.
Speaker, The impact of carsharing on alternative vehicle ownership. INFORMS Annual Meeting. November 2014.
Guest Lecturer, Travel demand modeling: An overview. Guest lecture for Innovative Transportation Systems course at Stanford University. October 2014.
Speaker, Carsharing and ridesharing services: Potential impacts on vehicle ownership and travel behavior.
Volkswagen Vision 2030 Workshop. September 2014.
Speaker, Carsharing in California: Potential impacts on vehicle ownership and travel behavior. Stanford University Sustainable Transportation Seminar. February 2014.
Moderator, Bigger Data, Better Transportation? Young Professional in Transportation (YPT) event hosted by Code for America featuring panelists from SFpark, Iteris, StreetLight Data, and Motionloft. July 2013.
Speaker, The climate impacts of high-speed rail and aviation demand: A global comparative analysis. UC Davis Institute of Transportation Studies Seminar. April 2013.
Presenter, The impact of environmental attitudes on intercity travel choice in China. Behavior, Energy and Climate Change Conference poster session. November 2012. Sacramento, CA.
Presenter, The impact of climate policy on U.S. aviation and high-speed rail. University Transportation Centers Spotlight Conference on Sustainable Energy and Transportation: Strategies, Research, and Data. November 2012. Washington, D.C.
Speaker, Economic and environmental effects of cap-and-trade policies in aviation. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Technical Center. January 2010. Atlantic City, NJ.