Head of Division, Regulations Development and Communications Division, Mexican Institute of Transportation (Instituto Mexicano del Transporte, IMT). A civil engineer with a degree from Mexico’s Universidad Iberoamericana, and PhD studies from Madrid, Spain’s Universidad Politécnica and their Escuela Técnica Superior de Caminos, Canales y Puertos technical school, Mr. Bonilla Cuevas is responsible at the IMT for directing institutional strategies that enable publishing and communicating recommended regulations, manuals, and practices for transportation infrastructure of the Ministry of Transportation, including any updates to said material. He has been a member of a number of committees and subcommittees, as well as regulation work groups, including the National Regulation Consulting Committees for Ground Transportation, Maritime Transportation and Ports, Air Transportation, Public Security and Access for Persons with Disabilities, to create official Mexican norms and standards relating primarily to transportation infrastructure. Mr. Bonilla is a member of several associations, organizations, and professional societies, including the Asociación Mexicana de Ingeniería de Vías Terrestres, A.C., Sociedad Mexicana de Ingeniería Geotécnica, A.C. and the World Road Association. He served as part of the organizing committee for the XXIV World Road Congress, and was the event’s Relator General. He participates in editorial committees for several publications, including Vías Terrestres and Routes & Roads, that belong to AMIVTAC and the World Road Association, respectively. Hector Bonilla Cuevas is also Assistant to the President of the World Road Association.