What’s Effecting Change On U.S. Transportation Public Policy?

Cristopher Centers

GlobalAutoIndustry.com’s latest Audio Interview “What’s Effecting Change on U.S. Transportation Public Policy?” features Regina Hopper, chief strategy officer for The NEXT Education. Hopper’s career spans work in the fields of transportation, telecommunications, energy, media, communications and law. Leader in national and state advocacy initiatives. Click Here to Read More In […]

GlobalAutoIndustry.com’s latest Audio Interview “What’s Effecting Change on U.S. Transportation Public Policy?” features Regina Hopper, chief strategy officer for The NEXT Education. Hopper’s career spans work in the fields of transportation, telecommunications, energy, media, communications and law. Leader in national and state advocacy initiatives.

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In the 24-minute Audio Interview, Hopper discusses these questions:

  • You talk about how the merging of industry verticals have fundamentally changed transportation.  Can you elaborate on what that means for the future of transportation?
  • This episode asks the question What is Effecting Change on U.S. Transportation Public Policy. What has COVID taught us about that change?
  • As we look forward in the technological advancements for transportation, what do you see as the federal role for public policy advancements?  

With experience across the transportation, telecommunications, energy and media industries, Regina Hopper served as president and CEO of the Intelligent Transportation Society of America, America’s Natural Gas Alliance, executive VP of the United States Telecom Association and the American Trucking Associations. She also served as senior VP of Global Public Policy for GRIDSMART Technologies. Prior to her industry association work, Hopper was a correspondent for CBS News, covering the White House, anchoring the network’s overnight broadcast and reporting on breaking news from the New York and Washington, D.C. bureaus. She was awarded an Emmy for investigative reporting for her work on 48 Hours. A lawyer, Hopper also managed external expert messaging in mass tort litigation.

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