GECKO podcast #2 is live!
GECKO is producing a series of four podcasts looking at the challenges of regulating new mobility. In the second episode, we’re talking about how much regulation is actually needed, who’s responsible for setting the rules, what kind of rules they should be and to what extent we can let the market set its own rules? And what comes the question of enforcement of the rules? Do we need the “new mobility police”? For this discussion, we brought together a tri-continental group including Lewis Chen, from Car Club Pte. in Singapore who was one of the key early developers of car sharing in Asia, Gavin Miller, an Enforcement Policy Specialist from the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency in the UK and Carol Schweiger, the president of Schweiger Consulting and an expert in (among other things) technology strategies for public agencies, public transport technology, and traveller systems information.
Click here to hear “How much do we really need to regulate new mobility?”
To hear podcast 1, The Main Challenges of Regulating New Mobility, click here.
Look for GECKO podcasts three and four in July and August.Back to all News