Francesc Robusté is Professor of Transportation. Dr. Civil Engineer by the Technical University of Catalonia at Barcelona (BarcelonaTech, UPC, 1989), Ph.D. in Engineering (1988), Master of Science in Operations Research (1987), and Master of Engineering in Transportation (1986) by the University of California at Berkeley. Director of abertis endowed chair on transportation infrastructure management in Spain since 2003 (abertis is the largest private infrastructure operator in the world). President of the Spanish Transportation Engineering Society (FIT, Foro de la Ingeniería del Transporte, 2005-2014). Director of CENIT, the research Center for Innovation in Transport at BarcelonaTech (2006-2013). Dean of the Civil Engineering School at Barcelona (2004-2007). Member of the Editorial Board of the international journals Transportation Research A (1992-2000) and Ingeniería de Transporte (2007-now). Author of more than 300 publications, 37 papers in SCI journals such as Transportation Science, Transportation Research A, B, C and E, IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Transportation Systems, Transportmetrica, ASCE Journal of Transportation Engineering, etc. (h=11 in 2012). Advisor of 16 PhD theses, and 100 graduating and master’s theses. Referee of the Spanish “University quality” agencies ANECA, ANEP, and several international journals. Spanish representative in the OECD-ECMT Joint Transport Research Center (International Transport Forum, 2004-2013). Expert of the Global Research Network on Human Settlements’ Advisory Board de UN-Habitat (2011-2013). Expert of the World Bank (Logistics, since 2012). Holds four 6-year stretches (24 years) of international quality research based on SCI papers. Has been awarded several prizes for research papers (ASCE 1988, and CRTM 2010), in international ideas contests (1992), to technology innovation (1993) and for PhD thesis advising (1994, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2010, 2013) and graduating thesis advising (1999). Research lines: urban mobility, layout and operations in public transportation and airports, logistics and traffic management and pricing.