Tyler Reeb leads research and workforce development teams that address challenges and opportunities related to automation, transformational technology, institutional change, and organizational management. He serves on the METRANS Executive Committee and directs research, education, and community engagement efforts across the consortium’s affiliated centers of excellence, including The Center for International Trade and Transportation, National Center for Sustainable Transportation, MetroFreight, Southwest Transportation Workforce Center, and Pacific Southwest University Transportation Center. Those centers represent a $28-million research portfolio. He is the principal author and editor of the book Empowering the New Mobility Workforce (Elsevier 2019). He was also the lead author for a successful $1.5 million Federal Highway Administration grant application to fund deployment of the National Transportation Career Pathway Initiative. He is a member of two National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine standing committees focused on Education & Training and Native American mobility issues.