Vijay Gill is CPCS's Assistant Vice President for North America. Since joining CPCS he has led several studies related to urban congestion, highway cost allocation, supply chain logistics, transportation policy and urban goods movement. Before joining CPCS in January 2015 he was Director, Policy Research for The Conference Board of Canada (CBoC) where he authored several studies related to urban congestion; travel time savings and reliability; automated vehicles; truck and rail freight productivity; truck driver supply and demand; railway competition; and transportation infrastructure costs. He is experienced in primary and secondary transportation data collection and analysis, literature reviews and stakeholder consultations.
Prior to joining the CBoC, Vijay was Senior Economist with the Economic Analysis directorate of Transport Canada, where he was primarily responsible for providing advice and analysis to the Policy Group within Transport Canada on all issues related to productivity, performance measurement, taxation and financial analysis.