Susan Shaheen is a pioneer and thought leader in emerging mobility strategies. She is a Professor in Civil Engineering and Co-Director of the Transportation Sustainability Research Center at UC Berkeley. She has authored over 67 journal articles, co-edited two books, and was named one of the top 10 academic thought leaders in transportation by the Eno Transportation Foundation in 2016. She is a member of the TRB Executive Committee and became the Vice Chair in 2020.
Timothy has nearly two decades of global experience in moving people and things in both business and government. He has led teams, launched and scaled almost every mode of transport service and is considered a global expert and thought leader in the future of mobility and automation.
He is the founder of Emerging Transport Advisors and the former strategic partnerships manager at Google X and Waymo, where he collaborated with cross-functional teams to prepare the commercialization and launch of the world’s first fully self-driving ride hailing service.
As the Chief Innovation Officer for San Francisco’s transportation agency, he lead cross-functional teams to deliver various programs such as the US Smart City Challenge and the Strategic Work Plan, meeting its 50% sustainable mode share goal 3 years early.
Timothy is always ahead of the curve. His unique private, public and community experience allows him to see the signals and trends, join the dots and develop unique insights drawing from his strong track record to lead teams, build win-win partnerships and deliver innovation.
CommuteCon is a free annual online conference that unites members of the commuter management and transportation demand management (TDM) community. Its objective is to bring those in search of smart and sustainable commuting solutions together to participate in a robust and inspiring exchange of ideas.
Each year, we welcome hundreds of TDM leaders and stakeholders from around the world. Beyond benefiting from the advanced insights of the conference’s all-star lineup of expert speakers, participants also enjoy excellent opportunities to build broader networks of thought partners while furthering their strategic skills.
Science is emerging as a driving force behind smart commuting initiatives worldwide.
Come hear from the leaders in government, enterprise and Transportation Demand Management (TDM) discuss research and findings about the latest science, innovations, and technology shaping the future of commuter transportation.
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