Ehab comes from a small town in Giza governorate, Egypt and is a first-year student in the Master in City Planning program at MIT. He is interested in travel behavior and implications for transport policy, and his current research is with the MBTA. Ehab holds a BS in Urban Studies and a BA in History from Cornell University, where his transit-related research used automatic vehicle location data to estimate bus transit delay. He has interned at the District Department of Transportation and the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority in Washington, D.C., where he worked on a variety of transit performance and travel behaviour research projects. In his free time and when procrastinating, Ehab enjoys hiking, biking, making Middle Eastern desserts, and reading history.