STV Welcomes Dan Corey, P.E. as Vice President, National Director of Mobility Technologies
May 18, 2022
STV, a leader in engineering, architectural, planning and program and construction management services, today announced it has brought aboard Dan Corey, P.E. as vice president and national director of mobility technologies. Based in the firm’s Philadelphia office, Corey is leading a national practice of intelligent transportation systems (ITS), electric vehicle (EV), connected and automated vehicles (CAV) and data professionals. Most recently, Corey was the director of strategic solutions for the global transportation team of a large transportation consulting engineering firm.
“Dan is an energetic, forward-thinking and engaging leader who is passionate about developing equitable transportation solutions that concentrate on safer and more efficient mobility,” said Rich Amodei, STV executive vice president. “STV’s mobility technologies practice will elevate and expand the services we provide to meet the vision and operational needs of our clients.”
Throughout his career, Corey has worked the entire ITS, EV, CAV and technology life-cycle from writing and winning federal grants and strategic plans to secure project funding, through solution design, to deployment, operations and maintenance. With more than 27 years of industry experience, Corey has worked for federal, state and local transportation agencies nationwide, as well as with private tech companies such as Cavnue, Meta (Facebook) and Microsoft. He has served on project teams that have successfully completed numerous traditional, public-private partnership and design-build projects nationally and internationally. Corey has performed planning services for hyperloop and other advanced transportation projects while starting transportation broadband initiatives that provide connections to underserved communities, such as the Navajo Nation.
An industry leader, Corey wrote broadband policies for American Society of Civil Engineers and Intelligent Transportation Society of America (ITS America) that were adopted into the 2021 Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA) legislation. He developed, wrote and was awarded a grant for the first autonomous vehicle (AV) deployment in Pennsylvania at the Philadelphia Navy Yard for Pennsylvania Department of Transportation and Philadelphia Industrial Development Corporation, as well as an Accelerated Innovation in Mobility (AIMS) grant for an AV shuttle for Houston METRO.
Corey earned his Bachelor of Science in civil engineering from Drexel University, where he teaches an ITS course and mentors future technology engineers. He currently serves as vice chair of the Smart Infrastructure Standing Committee for ITS America and is a registered professional engineer in 13 states.