Georges B. Darido is a Lead Urban Transport Specialist for the World Bank, based in Washington DC. He has been a team leader of public transport and urban mobility investments in Brazil, China, Peru and the Philippines, as well as technical assistance activities in urban mobility/accessibility policy, freight logistics, non-motorized transport, integrated land use planning, travel demand management, and public-private partnerships. Before the World Bank, he was a technology and management consultant for Booz Allen Hamilton, a senior research associate for the Center for Urban Transport Research at the University of South Florida, and a traffic engineer. He holds a Master's in Transportation Systems from MIT, a Master's in Economics from Scuola Mattei, a Bachelor’s in Civil Engineering from University of Central Florida, and is a licensed Professional Engineer.
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