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Terry Regan

Principal Technical Advisor for Innovative Transportation Planning and Financing

Terry Regan is the Volpe Center’s principal technical advisor for innovative transportation planning and financing. Regan oversees the Volpe Center’s work efforts for the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) Office of Innovative Program Delivery and U.S. DOT’s Build America Bureau, leading a multidisciplinary team of planners, engineers, and communications specialists to provide support to FHWA and the Bureau. 

Regan has more than 25 years of experience working in the field of transportation policy, planning, and finance. He has led transportation projects at the MPO, state, and federal levels.

Selected projects that Regan has been involved in include the following:

  • FHWA Center for Innovative Finance Support
  • FHWA OIPD TIFIA Office-Program Management
  • FHWA P3 Evaluation Toolkit
  • Integrating Security into Planning
  • New York State Thruway Authority Assessment
  • Connected Vehicles Innovative Financing and Public Private Partnerships
  • FTA ITS Architecture and Wayfinding Studies
  • Transportation Planning Process: Briefing Book
  • U.S. DOT ITS Peer-to-Peer Program
  • Massachusetts Blue Ribbon Commission on Transportation Finance

Regan received his BA in political science from Rhodes College and a master’s in public administration from Harvard University. He has worked at the Volpe Center since 2001. Previously, he worked for the Boston Metropolitan Planning Organization and the Massachusetts Department of Transportation in various policy and planning roles. Since 2007, Regan has been an adjunct professor in city planning and urban affairs at Boston University.

Terry Regan
Last updated: Wednesday, March 18, 2020