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The panelists were:
Bob Bennett from Cities Today
Emily Yates from Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA)
Thomas Bartholomew of the Department of Energy, Environment and Climate Action
Baris Guzel from BMW i Ventures
Morteza Farajian from the Build America Bureau at the U.S. Department of Transportation

The panel highlighted the imperative need to expedite the transition to electric vehicles (EVs). Deliberations centered on investment prospects within the EV ecosystem, encompassing infrastructure development, charging network expansion, and the alignment of these initiatives with sustainability objectives.

Yates underscored the importance of creating transportation systems that are inclusive for all individuals. Detailed discussions ensued regarding investment strategies aimed at enhancing accessibility, catering to the needs of people with disabilities, low-income communities, and underserved regions.

Guzel highlighted the potential for domestic battery production, and investment opportunities within the United States’ battery manufacturing sector. This discussion underscored the critical role such investments play in securing the future of sustainable transportation.

As the discussion went it was clear: the future in mobility is collaborative and #Multimodal

#MOVEAmerica #Transportation #InvestmentStrategies #EVs #Accessibility #BatteryManufacturing

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