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.