Benjamin Gillies holds a Master in Public Policy (2017) from the Harvard Kennedy School and a Master in City Planning (2018) from MIT. Originally from Winnipeg, Canada, Benjamin is interested in understanding the possible impacts of autonomous vehicle development, and specifically how cities can harness the potential of automated travel to establish more equitable and sustainable transportation systems and more vibrant urban communities. Benjamin is currently a fellow with the MIT Automated Mobility Policy Project.
Research Projects: The AMP Project
Research Interests: Automated Vehicle Policy