Ramses Madou

Planning, Policy, and Sustainability

San Jose, California


Department of Transportation in the City of San José. At the City of San José. Ramses leads a team of planners, engineers, policy specialists, data and model experts to plan the Citywide transportation system. His team is working to implement the ambitious mode change and VMT reduction goals of the City’s general plan all while proactively dealing with the fundamental disruptions that are currently shaking the transportation world. He is leading the City’s efforts to find new and innovative transit technologies, delivery methods, and business plans. He is also the Vice-Chair of the Board for the Open Mobility Foundation. The Open Mobility Foundation is a public-private partnership for open source, privacy-forward, and sustainable urban mobility data tools. Before joining the City of San Jose he worked as the Associate Director of Parking & Transpiration Services for Stanford University where he worked for 10 years. At Stanford Ramses played many roles over his time there including managing program and policy development, planning efforts, retail operations, the University’s Marguerite transit system planning and operations, and regional transportation relationships.

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