Lisa Snapp is Director of the Climate Analysis and Strategies Center (CASC) in the US EPA’s Transportation and Climate Division. She has been with the EPA’s Office of Transportation and Air Quality (OTAQ) since 1984, where she has spent her career focusing on vehicle fuel economy and climate change policy in the transportation sector. CASC serves as an EPA-internal think tank, focusing on emerging issues in, and long-term approaches to addressing, greenhouse gas emissions from the transportation sector. This group of experts was among those at EPA who laid the groundwork for EPA’s historic regulations of greenhouse gases from light duty vehicles. Their current focus is on analyzing policy approaches for greenhouse gas reductions from the US transportation sector that would be consistent with the IPCC’s 2050 goals, with a particular interest in the energy and environmental implications of zero-emission vehicles, connected and automated vehicles, and shared mobility.