Steve Marshall, Transportation Technology Partnership Manager, City of Bellevue, “The Future of Transportation in Bellevue: Automated, Connected, Electric & Shared”
Steve Marshall is the Transportation Technology Partnership Manager for the City of Bellevue, a new position created by the Bellevue City Council. Before that he was executive director of the Center for Advanced Transportation and Energy Solutions. He has more than 30 years of experience working on energy and transportation issues, including serving as chief outside legal counsel to Puget Sound Power & Light as a partner at the law firm of Perkins Coie. At Perkins Coie his first work was defending Boeing in aircraft crash cases.
Steve has served on the boards of numerous civic groups, including the Municipal League of King County, where he is a past chairman and a current member of the foundation board. He has served as an advisor to the Washington State Economic Development Commission and was on the Regional Transit Task Force advising King County Metro.
He graduated from the University of Washington magna cum laude and from Harvard Law School with honors. He is a frequent speaker and writer on energy and transportation issues.
Steve and his wife Jeanyne live on Mercer Island, where they raised their three daughters.