Senior Research Associate and Associate Fellow, Metropolitan Policy Program
Adie Tomer is a senior research associate and associate 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
Apple’s Form and Function Meets Location Efficiency
Missed Opportunity: Transit and Jobs in Metropolitan America
Driving's Back Up ... Or Is It?
The State of Metropolitan America: Commuting (chapter)
Iceland’s Volcanic Fury Hobbles Metropolitan Hubs
How Should We Target Job Creation?
Expect Delays: An Analysis of Air Travel Trends in the United States
An Analysis of Air Travel Trends in the Great Lakes Region
The Other Highway Funding Crisis
Untangling Transportation Funding
The Road…Less Traveled: An Analysis of Vehicle Miles Traveled Trends in the U.S.