Adrian Moore

Adrian Moore is vice president of research at the Reason Foundation, where he also directs the Galvin Project to End Congestion. He is co-author of the book Curb Rights: A Foundation for Free Enterprise in Urban Transit and Mobility First: A New Vision for Transportation in a Globally Competitive 21st Century.  Prior to joining Reason, Moore served 10 years in the Army on active duty and reserves. Before taking the stage to talk high-speed rail, Moore told us more about himself.

Q. What is the last habit you tried to kick?

A. Eating French fries and donuts.

Q. Who was your childhood hero?

A. Batman.

Q. What do you consider to be the greatest simple pleasure?

A. The beach.

Q. Where would we find you at 10 a.m. on a typical Saturday?

A. In my armchair. That’s where I work.

Q. What do you do to clear your mind?

A. I live in the country, so I walk around my property.

Q. What do you wish you had the nerve to do?

A. Learn how to fly a plane.

Q. What music have you listened to today?

A. Chevelle’s new album.

Q. What is your favorite word?

A. Yes.

Q. If you could take only one more journey, where would you go?

A. Antarctica.

Q. What profession would you like to practice in your next life?

A. Historian.

Q. Who is the one person living or dead you would most want to meet for dinner?

A. Julius Caesar.

To read more about Moore’s panel, click here.

*Photo by Aaron Salcido.