Fellow, Metropolitan Policy Program
Adie Tomer is a fellow at the Brookings Institution Metropolitan Policy Program and a member of the Metropolitan Infrastructure Initiative. His work focuses on metropolitan infrastructure usage patterns, including personal and freight transportation, and the intersections between infrastructure and technological development. He is a frequent contributor to The Avenue blog. Prior to work at Brookings, Adie was a Senior Analyst at the New York County District Attorney’s Office where he advised senior executives on policy-relevant matters. He holds a master’s in Public Policy from American University and a B.A. from the University of Florida.
A New Alignment: Strengthening America's Commitment to Passenger Rail
Global Gateways: International Aviation in Metropolitan America
Transit Access and Zero-Vehicle Households
Missed Opportunity: Transit and Jobs in Metropolitan America
The State of Metropolitan America: Commuting (chapter)
Expect Delays: An Analysis of Air Travel Trends in the United States
An Analysis of Air Travel Trends in the Great Lakes Region
The Road…Less Traveled: An Analysis of Vehicle Miles Traveled Trends in the U.S.