Eloy, who joined LTK in 2010, has 25 years of experience in all areas of passenger and freight equipment crashworthiness and vehicle safety. He has developed information that has served as the technical basis for rulemaking and/or industry standard development in structural crashworthiness, interior occupant protection, emergency egress/response, accident investigation and fire safety.
He has held positions with both the Federal Railroad Administration and the Volpe National Transportation Systems Center. He also served as the Chair of the Transportation Research Board’s AR020 Passenger Equipment and Systems Integration Committee for seven years. He currently serves as the Chair for the American Public Transportation Association (APTA) Passenger Rail Equipment Safety Standard Construction and Structural Committee, which is developing a series of new standards to address changing technology in the industry.
An MIT graduate, he is an avid outdoorsman who enjoys hiking, biking, and visiting National Parks. He has also been practicing martial arts for most of his adult life.