Ehab comes from Giza governorate, Egypt and is a second-year student in the dual MCP/MST program at MIT. He is broadly interested in transportation policy, and his current projects range from studying the rise of ride hailing in developing contexts, the transit dimension of a COVID-19 just recovery, and the feasibility of fare-free transit. He previously worked on MBTA projects with the MIT Transit Lab. Ehab holds degrees in urban studies and history from Cornell University, and has work experience in local government and the transit agency in Washington, D.C., where he worked on a variety of transit priority, performance analysis, and travel behaviour research projects. Outside of school and when procrastinating, Ehab enjoys hiking, bicycling, making Middle Eastern desserts, and reading history.