Ginger Goodin is a Senior Research Engineer in TTI's Austin Office. She serves as the Director of the Transportation Policy Research Center at TTI, supporting the Texas State Legislature with objective, data-driven transportation policy research in the areas of finance, freight, congestion, public engagement and technology. Ms. Goodin has 30 years of broad experience in all areas of roadway planning, development, maintenance and operations and has led diverse research for TTI on the forefront of emerging topics, including congestion pricing, managed lanes, mileage-based user fees, and automated vehicles.
As Policy Center Director, Ms. Goodin provides strategic direction for automated and connected vehicle research studies performed under the center. She has been invited as a speaker and thought leader on the topic of state and local policy implications of automated vehicles, covering issues ranging from the multiplicity of policy roles to infrastructure investment opportunities for connected automation. She serves on several national research committees related to innovations in technology and transportation.
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