Advanced mobility technology is disrupting the transportation industry and transforming how we will move people, goods and services in the future. Technology is the new asphalt, and we need an infrastructure strategy that rewards innovation. We must plan, test and implement smart infrastructure and smart community solutions to anticipate and solve real-world problems, efficiently plan and deploy resources, and improve economic development.
As general manager of the Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada, Tina Quigley knows what it means to think big. In a city of 2.1 million residents and 42 million annual visitors, Quigley is at the forefront of visionary thinking and planning for the future. She recognizes that an enhanced multimodal and technologically advanced transportation infrastructure will help ensure that Southern Nevada can continue to attract tourists, residents, and new business. She has embraced and pushed for sweeping technological advances; she has advocated for future planning; and she has built critical partnerships to well position the region for ongoing and sustained economic vibrancy. With more than 25 years of experience in air and ground transportation management and as a licensed pilot herself, Quigley leads the only agency nationwide that is solely responsible for a region’s public transit system, traffic management, and roadways.