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Richard Wallace

Richard Wallace, M.S., is Vice President, Transportation Systems Analysis group at the Center for Automotive Research (CAR). He has 25+ years of experience designing, conducting, and managing transportation projects and research. Amongst other responsibilities, Mr. Wallace leads CAR’s connected and automated vehicle efforts for the Michigan Department of Transportation, the Michigan Economic Development Corporation, AAA, CAR’s automotive industry partners, and other organizations. His current research focus areas include vehicle automation, innovative mobility platforms, and smart cities. His work has been published in Transportation Research Record and other publications. He is a past president of the Intelligent Transportation Society of Michigan and currently serves on its board of directors. Mr. Wallace earned a B.S. in chemical engineering from Northwestern University (1986) and an M.S. in Technology and Science Policy from the Georgia Institute of Technology (1991), as well as a graduate certificate in intelligent transportation systems from the University of Michigan (1994).