Regina R. Clewlow is a leading transportation researcher on shared mobility and autonomous vehicles. She received her Ph.D. from MIT in transportation systems, and has served as a research scientist at UC Berkeley, Stanford, and UC Davis. Dr. Clewlow also holds a B.S. in computer science and an M.E. in civil and environmental engineering from Cornell.
As a transportation researcher, Dr. Clewlow's work focused on developing and harnessing new datasets to measure the adoption and impacts of shared-use mobility (ride-hailing) and automated/ autonomous vehicles on travel behavior, vehicle purchase, and energy use. She is passionate about developing innovative transportation technologies that provide net positive social and environmental benefits: reduced congestion, improved accessibility, and a lower carbon footprint.
Regina has also served in senior leadership positions at some of the most innovative startups in the mobility space. She she served as the Director of Business Development and Strategy at RideScout, a transportation aggregation app that integrated multiple options for getting from point A to point B. One of the first of its kind, RideScout was acquired by Daimler (the parent company of Mercedes-Benz) and rebranded as moovel in 2016. Regina has also served as the VP of Business Development at a Ford Smart Mobility investment. She is now working on a new project to deliver better data and analytical tools to mobility providers, automotive players, and cities.
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