Alia Verloes

North American New Mobility Market Lead

Alia leads the New Mobility team in North America, exploring the potential and impact of disruptive transportation technologies in cities across the world.

Alia’s work covers a wide range of technologies in Europe and North America including carsharing, ridesharing, micromobility, and connected autonomous vehicles. She has seven years’ experience helping public and private sector clients in better appraising and implementing the potential of emerging trends in transportation and mobility, in order to maximize benefits to users and society, and achieve their own policy and/or business objectives. Her work also considers implementation of electric and autonomous vehicles in the context of shared use business models and MaaS/Mobility Hubs.

Alia has recently co-authored research pieces in the field, including in Transport Policy and has been recognized as an Emerging Leaders of Transportation Fellow at the NYU Rudin Center in 2018.

Articles and insights by this expert

28 Sep 2021

Steer launches new ‘data storytelling web app’ to explore the impacts of the pandemic on the US micromobility market

As the COVID-19 pandemic adds increasing pressure and severe disruptions to the fast-changing and growing micromobility industry, how can we better monitor the developments? Steer developed the app to explore the impacts of the pandemic on micromobility over time and to use the findings to help guide policy and decision-making for our clients, whether they are in the public or private sector.

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17 Sep 2020

Steer study examines the importance of economic & social impacts of autonomous delivery services in the US

Steer brings to light some valuable insights on the potential economic impacts and wider benefits of introducing delivery AV services in the US, through its independent study commissioned by the California-based robotics Nuro company.

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03 Jun 2020

New mobility and last-mile delivery: an ecosystem in transit(ion)

The widespread use of online sales and associated consumption practices is leading to an increase in deliveries, transforming the very fabric of major cities around the globe. In New York City, it is estimated that nearly 1.5 million packages are delivered daily, creating pressure on the network. Against this backdrop, consumers’ expectations for shipping continue to rise.

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