Andrew Miller is Senior Consultant and Leader, Urban Solutions at Hatch, the world's largest privately-held consulting firm, where he advises clients on innovative mobility, transit-oriented development, and the future of cities. He has 20 years of experience spanning academia; Canadian government at the municipal, provincial, and federal levels; and private-sector advisory. Before joining Hatch, he was the Toronto mobility lead for Sidewalk Labs, Google's smart-city firm, where he led development of innovative mobility systems for a proposed "city of the future" on the Toronto waterfront.
Andrew has served as an invited expert on automated driving, and the future of mobility generally, to global audiences, including Canadian regulators; General Motors; and Japan's Advanced Institute of Science and Technology. He is co-author of the Hatch white paper The Driverless Endgame: Policy and Regulation for Automated Driving, and is a co-author of the forthcoming second edition of The End of Driving (Elsevier, 2024).
Andrew holds a BA from McGill University, an MA from Yale University, and a PhD from Johns Hopkins University. He's also fun at parties.