Todd Kreter

Senior Vice President, Iteris

"Transportation companies will be defined by how well they can handle immediate needs while introducing new technologies that are easy to add on or adapt to existing systems."

Dr. Sasha Dong

Assistant Professor, Ingram School of Engineering, Texas State University; Dr. Jesus Jimenez, Associate Professor, Ingram School of Engineering, Texas State University

"The transportation industry is facing big challenges such as the heavy traffic congestions; the increasing transportation delays; the high costs of fuel; the aging transportation infrastructure…"

Blaine Waugh

Senior Vice President, Sales, Triumph Business Capital

"We're seeing massive transformations take place across the industry through technological integrations."

Dr. Daniel Sperling

Professor of Civil Engineering and Environmental Science and Policy, University of California, Davis

"Technology is necessary, but it needs to be supported by good policy. We do not know what incentives and disincentives are needed to induce people to share rides under specific conditions."

Frank Adelman

President and CEO, Transflo

"The most important success factor for a transportation company is their ability to blend people, processes, and technology, to address three key challenges - driver shortage, fleet safety and customer service."

Ed Olson

Founder and CEO, May Mobility

"May Mobility is turning the industry ecosystem on its head with microtransit options that are able to bring people together and take them effortlessly around to where they need to go."