About ICF

Virginia Lingham

Director of Mobility Technology
Virginia is a leader in transportation with nearly 20 years of experience working with mobility technology solutions.

Virginia is a mobility technology leader with nearly 20 years of experience in transportation. She is passionate about improving transportation mobility and helping clients solve their most complex challenges, often by bridging the gap between research and implementation of emerging transportation technologies with innovative techniques and solutions.

Virginia brings a diverse perspective and deep industry knowledge and connections, allowing her to work on a broad set of topics. This includes developing strategies to advance emerging technologies for freight and transit within specific regions or corridors and at the broader state and national levels. 

Earlier in her career, she served as a connected and automated vehicle program manager within the office of strategic innovation at the Virginia Department of Transportation. Virginia also supported operations at the Metropolitan Transportation Commission and as the statewide traveler information program manager at the Wisconsin Department of Transportation.

Virginia is a long-standing active member of several Transportation Research Board committees and panels. She supports Wayne State University students as an industry mentor and frequently engages with the Women’s Transportation Seminar activities.

Virginia is a licensed professional engineer with a master’s degree in transportation engineering and a certificate in technology management from the University of California, Berkeley. She also has a bachelor’s degree in industrial engineering from Wayne State University.

  • M.S., Transportation Engineering, University of California, Berkeley
  • Management of Technology Certificate, University of California, Berkeley
  • B.S., Industrial Engineering and Urban Studies, Wayne State University