v Editorial work:
Associate Editor of the Journal of Network and Transportation Economics (since 2003)
Chair of the Review Committee of the TRB Technical Committee of Freight Planning and Logistics
v Board member of:
¨Council of Logistics Management’s Western New England Roundtable (since April 2004)
¨CUNY Institute for Urban Systems (since 2001)
¨Community University Consortium for Regional Environmental Justice ( since 1999)
¨Colegio Dominicano de Ingenieros, Arquitectos y Agrimensores (1985-1986).
Member of an Industry Advisory Board that advised the Bureau of Transportation Statistics and the U.S. Bureau of the Census on the Commodity Flow Survey 2002
v Member of award panels for:
National Science Foundation
Council of University Transportation Centers (CUTC)
v Participation in professional societies and research panels:
Professional Engineer, New York (since 2000)
American Society of Civil Engineers (since 1999)
Member of the International Advisory Committee of the "Brain Korea" (BK) 21 Logistics Team sponsored by the Ministry of Education in Korea at the Pusan National University (since 2000).
Member of Transportation Research Board Technical Committees on: Freight Transportation Planning and Marketing (A1B02) (since 1998) and Intermodal Freight Terminal Design and Operations A2M03 (since 1995)
Member of Transportation Research Board Task Force on Innovations on Freight Transportation Modeling (AT016T) (since November 2003)
Member of the Council on Transportation (since 1999).
Member of Colegio Dominicano de Ingenieros, Arquitectos y Agrimensores (Board of Engineers of Dominican Republic) since 1984.
v Invited lectures and chairmanships at professional conferences:
Chairman of invited panels on applications of Intelligent Transportation Systems to Commercial Vehicle Operations at the Intelligent Transportation Systems Council (ITSC-IEEE) Conferences (2000, 2001 and 2002).
Invited as guest speaker at the Rebuild New York Conference, organized by Mr. Alan Hevesi, New York City Comptroller (March 28, 2000).
Invited by the Government of Singapore to lecture on freight transportation and transportation economics (November 1999).
Invited to lecture by the Federal Highway Administration on Congestion Pricing and Commercial Vehicle Traffic (January 1999).
Chairman of the session on Data Envelopment Analysis (DEA) at the Data Connection Conference, New York December 1997.
Chairman of the session on Strategic Data Sharing Alliances, organized by the Working Group on New York City Area Data, New York Metropolitan Transportation Council (NYMTC) January 1998.
v Referee for the following professional journals and professional conferences:
Transportation Research A, B, C, D and E
Journal of the American Society of Civil Engineers
Transportation Research Record
Journal of the Transportation Research Forum
Decision Support Systems
World Conferences on Transport Research (since 7th)
Intelligent Transportation Systems Council (ITSC-IEEE) Conferences
v Community work:
Advisor of the Rensselaer Student Chapter of the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE).
Professor Holguín-Veras is very involved in community activities and in policy making activities that benefit the community at large. He has worked closely with a multitude of community groups and grass root organizations including: The Point Community Development Corporation, Nos Quedamos, Mothers in the Move, The Sports Foundation, New York City Environmental Justice Alliance, and the like.