Becky P.Y. Loo is Professor of Geography at the University of Hong Kong. She also serves as the Director of the Institute of Transport Studies and an Associate Dean of the Graduate School. Her current research interests are transportation, e-technologies and society. In particular, she is interested in applying spatial analysis, surveys and statistical methods in analyzing pertinent issues related to sustainable transportation. Key issues that she has been tackling include carbon dioxide emissions from transport sources, regional transport infrastructure (including airports, ports and railways) and development, transit-oriented development and walkable communities, and road safety. In addition, she is conducting research on the pervasive effects of e-technologies (defined as microelectronics, informatics and telecommunications) on society. Becky is Founding Editor-in-Chief of Travel Behaviour and Society (Elsevier), Associate Editor of the Journal of Transport Geography and Transportmetrica A: Transport Science. She is on the Editorial Boards of the International Journal of Sustainable Transportation, Journal of Urban Technology, International Journal of Shipping and Transport Logistics, and Geographical Research . She has over 240 research outputs (including eight books and 76 research journal articles, excluding Editorials and Book Reviews) and obtained more than HK$10.3 million and HK$13.0 million of research grants as the Principle Investigator (PI) and PI/Co-investigator respectively both locally and overseas. She receives regular invitations to share her research findings in Keynote and Plenary speeches at major international conferences. Becky has also served as an invited panel member and reviewer for major research grant councils worldwide. She has received visiting appointments at prestigious overseas Universities in Australia, Canada, Chile and the United Kingdom.