Gerry Tierney, Associate Principal and Mobility Lab Co-Director at Perkins + Will, is studying the evolution of urban mobility and its impact on the public realm. A founder in 2009 of Mobility and the City’s REDCAR project, Gerry has collaborated with UC Berkeley’s TSRC on workshops addressing multiple aspects of evolving urban mobility. He has moderated panels at MIT’s 2015 Disrupting Mobility Summit, as well as the 2016 AutomobilityLA “2050: City of the Autonomous Car”. He has presented on the evolution of emerging mobility and its impacts at ASLA’s 2017, APA’s 2018 annual and 2019 California conferences and led several panels and workshops on the topic at the University of Oregon’s SCI 2018 and 2019 Urbanism Next Conferences. He is currently collaborating with Cities and TNC’s on studying the impact of TNC’s, micro-mobility and autonomous vehicles on placemaking, curb and vehicle lane demand, augmented-transit, as well as the future of parking.