July 5. Klyazma Hall. 12:25 - 13:10
Technology and a law. Regulating new modes of transport
Over the past 10 years, mobility in the city has changed dramatically. In some cities bicycles have replaced cars, in others electric scooters gradually replace pedestrians. The first drones are appearing on the roads in China and San Francisco. In Russia, Yandex is launching the first 100 driverless cars on the road this year. New types of transport should be integrated into the existing infrastructure not only physically — with the launch of sharing models, cycle paths, electric vehicle stations, but also legislatively — bicycles and scooters should have their own traffic rules, and drones should have a new system of legal responsibility.
- How should the existing traffic regulations change to consider the interests of all road users?
- What is the international experience of managing new mobility?
- What legislation can help make transport more environmentally friendly? What are the world practices?
General Director, Orbita Capital Partners
Head, the Research Center of the Problems of Regulation of Robotics and Artificial Intelligence
Senior fellow, NewCities, Canada
Deputy head, Center of road traffic organization, Moscow
Deputy head on corporate relationships and negotiation with governmental organisations, Yandex
Vice-President, Traffic and Travel Information Product Unit, TomTom