Solomon is the lead for a consulting group InterVISTAS in aviation, transportation and tourism development. He has played an active role for over twenty years in a range of policy issues at federal provincial and municipal levels.
An urban planner by training, his work started in 1998 with a paper on noise compatible planning around Hamilton International Airport that was integrated into a regional official plan.
In his professional life, he has prepared and delivered policy briefs for a range of topics, including the benefits of visa removals, new technologies as well as conducting an independent review of US Preclearance tabled in the House of Commons. He has worked across over a dozen departments in Canada and also has worked extensively in the US federal context in border and security technology changes.