Mark De la Vergne
Chief of Mobility Innovation
City of DetroitMark de la Vergne is the Chief of Mobility Innovation for the City of Detroit. The challenge of mobility in Detroit extends far beyond traffic congestion. Recognizing the impact this issue has on the lives of Detroiters, Mayor Mike Duggan established the Office of Mobility Innovation to develop innovative solutions to addressing the issues of transit, street safety, parking and traffic
operations. Mark is charged with leading the development of a new mobility system in Detroit that combines the City’s fixed route bus network with new mobility services and technologies, integrating connected and autonomous vehicles into the City’s street network, developing new policies to better manage curbside use now and in the future, and implementing a vision for the payment of mobility services. Prior to joining Mayor Duggan’s team, Mark worked in the private sector where he led city building efforts for cities across North America, including Chicago, Los Angeles, Seattle, Toronto, and Pittsburgh. He has a
Bachelor's of Science in Engineering from the University of Pennsylvania.