Adie  Tomer

Adie Tomer

Adie Tomer is a Senior Research Associate and Associate Fellow at the Brookings Metropolitan Policy Program and a member of the Metropolitan Infrastructure Initiative, focusing on metropolitan transportation usage patterns, including personal and freight modes, and the intersections between transportation and technological development. Adie has managed and co-produced multiple groundbreaking studies on the relationship between personal travel trends, spatial form, and transportation technology. As chief architect of a national study to measure access to jobs via transit, Adie worked alongside Microsoft executives and Danish transportation modelers to explore the relationships between urban development patterns, transit agency technologies, and service levels. Previously, Adie worked at the New York County District Attorney’s Office, advising senior executives on policy-relevant matters and operational business decisions.