Gregory Rodriguez, JD
Gregory Rodriguez, As Mobility Policy Principal within Stantec's Mobility and Innovation
team, Greg uses his unique legal, regulatory, and policy experience to assist clients
with the development of policies and operational frameworks focused on the safe and
effective deployment of transportation technologies into communities across the country,
including demand-responsive mobility, automated and connected vehicles, dockless micromobility
and unmanned drones (both aerial and ground).
His services to clients include the completion of comprehensive policy and regulatory
analysis to identify barriers to the deployment of technology focused solutions and
recommend frameworks focused on the incorporation of flexible and data driven governance
structures. Through Greg’s working knowledge of state and local government rules and
regulations, in addition to his understanding of the goals of the private sector around
the deployment of smart mobility solutions, Greg facilitates education and collaboration
towards the development of balanced and workable policy frameworks that promote innovation
while also realizing community goals around new mobility solutions.
As an attorney before joining Stantec, Greg provided legal, regulatory, and policy
guidance on issues connected to smart cities and the incorporation of transportation
technologies within communities, including procurement and contracting, use of the
right-of-way, data sharing and privacy, equity and accessibility, funding, public-private
partnerships, intelligent transportation systems and spectrum allocation, and zoning
and land use.
His experience starts as a former staff member for U.S. Senator Dianne Feinstein in
Washington, D.C. Additionally, as a lawyer, Greg has served as in-house counsel at
the San Diego Association of Governments and represented a number of school districts,
municipalities, and regional organizations on governance, procurement, and contracting
issues, including the use of alternative construction delivery methods and negotiation
of technology contracts such as software as a service agreements.
With his legal, policy, and legislative experience, Greg provides insights and recommendations
on proposed legislation, regulations, and ordinances and assists clients in navigating
and building consensus around complicated and untested governance issues. Greg’s approach
to legislative issues focuses on collaboration, education, and facilitation to align
interests and achieve results for clients and projects. With his legal experience,
Greg is also able to assist in communications with counsel to facilitate project understanding
and risk analysis.
Greg is a recognized and respected thought leader in the mobility space, having authored
a number of articles, given keynote speeches and participated on a number of panels
at conferences. Greg has received the 40 under 40 award from the Association for Commuter
- Bachelor of Arts, International Relations, Stanford University, Stanford, California,
- Juris Doctor, James E. Rogers College of Law at The University of Arizona, Tucson,
“The Good, (Potentially) Bad, and (Avoiding) the Ugly: The Benefits, Challenges, and
Opportunities Driverless Vehicles Offer to Municipalities. Municipal Lawyer, 2016.
Automated Vehicles and Minding the Looming Infrastructure Funding Gap. Eno Transportation Weekly, 2016.
Automated Vehicle Regulatory Challenges: Avoiding Legal Potholes through Collaboration.
League of California Cities Annual Conference, 2017.
Do We Need to Upgrade from ‘Informed Consent’ to ‘Informed Risk’ with Autonomous Vehicles?.
Eno Transportation Weekly, 2018.
Federal, State and Local Governance of Automated Vehicles. UC Davis Institute of Transportation Studies and Policy Institute for Energy, Environment,
and the Economy Policy Brief, 2018.
**At Stantec, Greg is not providing legal services and this workshop should be interpreted
as Stantec representing its ability to or seeking to provide legal services or representation.
Marcelle Sattiewhite Jones, JD
Marcelle Sattiewhite Jones brings more than 28 years of progressive experience advising
executives and governing boards regarding public policy and governance matters related
to transportation and land use. She has extensive experience in developing legislation,
policies, procedures and strategic business protocols; providing compliance training;
facilitating internal and external client relationships; drafting, negotiating and
reviewing procurement and contract documents.
She served as the general counsel and director of legal services for the North Texas
Tollway Authority where she developed the agency’s toll violations program in response
to the new technology and innovations that allow open-road tolling. It was in this
role that she learned to appreciate the impact and unintended consequences of technology
on laws and operations. As a result of her experience, she led the development of
the first-ever toll violation workshop held by the International Bridge, Tunnel and
Turnpike Association to address the technical, financial and operational impacts of
Marcelle serves as chairman of the General Law Committee of the Transportation Research
Board since 2014; and as a member of the TRB National Cooperative Highway Research
Program 20-6 Legal Research Review Committee since 2009. She has developed, moderated
and participated in TRB and other transportation industry panels that have discussed
legal and operational challenges to governmental entities when responding to or planning
for new technologies that advance automated and connected vehicles, hyperloop, electrical
vehicles, electronic tolling, mileage-based user fees and the like.
She also served as an assistant city attorney for the City of Arlington advising the
Planning Department, Planning and Zoning Commission, Board of Adjustments and Office
of the City Secretary.
- Juris Doctorate, University of Wisconsin Law School
- M.S., Urban & Regional Planning, Master of Science, University of Wisconsin
- B.A. Journalism, News Communications Bachelor of Arts
**At Stantec, Marcelle is not providing legal services and this workshop should be
interpreted as Stantec representing its ability to or seeking to provide legal services
or representation. **
Pamela Baily-Campbell, MBA
Pamela Baily-Campbell is a nationally recognized leader with more than 25 years of
hands-on success in advising clients to create innovative strategies for new approaches
such as Public-private Partnerships (P3s) and Smart Mobility including how to transform
their policies, legislation and planning processes. She helped to author the recently
released TCRP paper on Low-speed Automated Vehicles and is working on a series of
topical papers on autonomous vehicles for NCHRP. In addition to the policy side, her
extensive project experience provides her clients with unique insights and solutions
for the development, procurement and implementation of Smart Mobility, P3s and other
complex feasibility, development and implementation solutions.
Pamela has not only been involved at the strategic/planning level but has directed
numerous high-profile projects providing strategic advisory services to a broad range
of clients on the full life cycle of project issues. This extends from creating the
initial strategy and addressing organizational/governance issues, to making delivery
and financing approach decisions then developing procurement documents and assisting
in selection and contract negotiations. She has strong expertise in working with organizations
that are undertaking new delivery approaches. Her work involves regular interaction
with government executives and managers, elected officials, rating agencies, lending
institutions and equity investors.
One of the advantages Ms. Bailey-Campbell brings to clients is her public sector perspective
based on her work in public-private partnership, design-build, technology and innovative
financing expertise while holding executive positions with the E-470 Public Authority
where she developed and implemented one of the first public-private projects for transportation
in the U.S.
Ms. Bailey-Campbell has served on the Eno P3 Working Group, Texas Governor’s Transportation
Advisory Board, Executive Committee and Board of Directors for the National Council
of Public-Private Partnerships, was on the Board and held the position of President
of the American Road & Transportation Builders Association P3 Division, and has worked
extensively with the International Bridge Tunnel and Turnpike Association where she
served as the Chairman for the Finance Summit, and served as the Vice-chair for the
Finance Steering Committee and several previous Program Committees. She frequently
writes and speaks on P3s, alternative delivery and other transportation industry innovations.
- Master’s in Business Administration, Daniels College, University of Denver
- BS, Biology, Missouri Southern State University