Alison Conway is an Associate Professor of Civil Engineering at the City College of New York. She is also a member of the research team for MetroFreight, a Volvo Research and Education Foundations Center of Excellence in Urban Freight. At CCNY, Dr. Conway teaches courses in transportation planning, transportation systems engineering, urban freight and city logistics, and urban street design, and she conducts research primarily in the areas of urban freight and city logistics, freight data, and multi-modal interactions in the urban environment. Recent projects have investigated ecommerce-related parking behavior by parcel delivery vans at residential buildings; cargo-cycle performance; emissions impacts from cargo cycle implementation in urban areas; and multi-modal conflicts between freight and non-motorized modes. Dr. Conway currently serves as Chair of the Transportation Research Board’s (TRB’s) Freight Data Committee, Chair of the ASCE Transportation and Development Institute’s (T&DI) Freight and Logistics Committee, and as a member of TRB’s Urban Freight Committee.