Ryan Allard, Ph.D. is a transportation analyst with broad knowledge of transportation systems and their impact on our climate. His specialties include: passenger intermodality, intercity transport, competitive issues in transportation, and cooperation among transportation systems. He has published peer-reviewed research and presented at international conferences on these topics, in addition to other topics such as mass transit, high-speed rail, car-driver support technologies, and systems design encouraging socially optimum behavior.
In the past, Ryan worked as a consultant, aiding in the development of more effective government and state agencies. He also worked in finance. Ryan received a Ph.D. and MSc in Transportation Systems Analysis from the University of Lisbon in Portugal, and a B.S. in Aerospace Engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.