CHS Consulting Group welcomes Gary Hsueh to the team as Director of Mobility Programs. Gary will lead CHS projects in emerging mobility, TDM, campus planning, and transit. Most recently, he was Director of Mobility Programs at non-profit ProspectSV, where he developed and implemented mobility demonstration projects, convened industry technology working groups, and established industry-civic-academic partnerships. Key projects he managed recently include the Santa Clara VTA Accessible Automated Vehicle Demonstration Project, FTA Mobility on Demand Sandbox Palo Alto Fair Value Commuting Demonstration, and Fremont Automated Driving System Testing Permit Program.
Gary’s experience spans nearly 20 years across a wide range of projects encompassing transportation infrastructure, transit-oriented development, campus master planning, Transportation Demand Management and commute pilot programs, traveler information systems, and feasibility and implementation of new transportation modes including active mobility and road- and guideway-based automated systems. Previous to ProspectSV, Gary managed dozens of transportation projects at Arup; some of his key projects included the San Jose Automated Transit Network Feasibility Study, Hills at Vallco Mixed-Use Development Plan, corporate TDM pilots and multimodal plans, Access BART system study, and Concord Community Reuse Project. Gary is also deeply engaged with the Transportation Research Board and serves on the Standing Committee on Innovative Public Transportation Services and Technologies (AP020). He also has organized breakout sessions focused on public transit and shared mobility at the TRB-sponsored Automated Vehicles Symposium.