Elizabeth Greene

Senior Director

Elizabeth leads RSG’s market research work for Metropolitan Planning Organizations (MPOs), State Departments of Transportation (DOTs), and federal agencies such as U.S. DOT and the Federal Highway Administration. Since joining RSG in 2005, her expertise has included managing household travel diary studies, special generator travel diary studies, long-distance travel studies, longitudinal behavioral panels, pedestrian and biking studies, stated preference studies, attitudinal and customer satisfaction studies, and qualitative research. Since 2014, she has focused on designing and implementing smartphone-based GPS transportation surveys using RSG’s smartphone app rMove™.

Prior to RSG, Elizabeth worked across a variety of industries including higher education, a Fortune 500 company, a non-profit, and a three-person consulting company.

Elizabeth enjoys pursuing her goal of traveling to all 50 states and all the U.S. National Parks. Her dog remains perplexed that canines are allowed to roam the RSG offices, but not within the U.S. National Park system.

EDUCATION

Human Subjects Research IRB Certification, Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative (CITI Program) (2015-2018)
Finance & Accounting Professional Education Certificate, University of Utah
MA, International Affairs, The George Washington University
BA, Chinese Studies, Geology, Hamilton College

SELECTED PRESENTATIONS & PUBLICATIONS

Greene, E., L. Flake, K. Hathaway, M. Geilich. “A Seven-Day Smartphone-Based GPS Household Travel Survey in Indiana.” Presented at the Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, Washington DC, January 2016.

Greene, E., R. Anderson, G. Giaimo, K. Hathaway, L. Flake, M. Geilich. “First Large-Scale Smartphone-Based Household Travel Survey in the USA.” Presented at the Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, Washington DC, January 2016. https://rsginc.com/files/publications/First%20Large-Sca…

Greene, E. A. Bergman, L. Flake, R. Wertman. “Building Stated Preference Experiments into a Household Travel Survey-A Balancing Act.” Presented at the Transportation Research Board National Transportation Planning Applications Conference, Atlantic City, NJ, May 2015.

LaMondia, J., L. Aultman-Hall, and E. Greene. “Long-Distance Work and Leisure Travel Frequencies.” Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board 2413 (2014): p. 1–12. http://trrjournalonline.trb.org/doi/abs/10.3141/2413-01

Greene, E., A. Bergman, and J. Larsen. “Necessary or Nice? Mapping the Perceptual Distance between Current and Ideal Home in Utah.” Presented at the Transportation Research Board National Transportation Planning Applications Conference, Columbus, OH, May 2013.

Greene, E., C. Ritter, and J. Larsen. “Identifying and Prioritizing Biking and Walking Needs: the 2012 Utah Bicycle and Pedestrian Survey.” Presented at the Transportation Research Board National Transportation Planning Applications Conference, Columbus, OH, May 2013.