Alamo Area Metropolitan Planning Organization
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MPO Planning Staff

Linda Alvarado-Vela pictureLinda Alvarado-Vela, AICP

Planning/Public Involvement Program Manager
Planning/Public Involvement Supervisor

(210) 230-6929
 alvarado-vela@alamoareampo.org

Linda joined the Alamo Area MPO in January 2016. She earned a Bachelor of Arts in Communication Arts from the University of the Incarnate Word and is a proud member of the American Institute of Certified Planners. Prior to joining us, she spent 18 years in the private sector working as a consultant in the areas of facilitation, community relations and public involvement. Linda most recently held a position with the WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff’s National Communications and Public Involvement Group within their Environmental Services Technical Excellence Center. As the Planning/Public Involvement Program Manager, Linda will lead a team of professionals to increase awareness of the MPO’s various planning initiatives, while supporting both short and long-term planning processes.

Allison Blazosky pictureAllison Blazosky, AICP

Regional Transportation Planner

(210) 230-6911
 blazosky@alamoareampo.org

As AAMPO’s Regional Transportation Planner, Allie is part of the team planning for the safe and efficient movement of people and goods in the Alamo Area. Her work focuses on air quality and freight planning, the congestion management process, and traffic safety information. Allie joined AAMPO in June 2013 and previously served as the Active Transportation Planner. She is a member of the American Planning Association and the Women’s Transportation Seminar (WTS) San Antonio Region. She holds a Masters of Urban Planning from Texas A&M University and a Bachelor of Arts in English from Trinity University.

Allison Blazosky pictureAlexandria (Alex) Carroll

Active Transportation Planner

(210) 230-6901
 carroll@alamoareampo.org

Alex joined the Alamo Area MPO in September 2016. As the active transportation planner, she works to enhance awareness of and participation in active transportation modes through community outreach, education, and facility planning. She coordinates the Bicycle and Pedestrian Mobility Advisory Committees and manages the MPO’s Walkable Community Program and Walk and Roll Program. Prior to joining the AAMPO, she worked as a Research Associate at the Center for Urban Transportation Research at the University of South Florida. Alex holds a Masters of Urban and Regional Planning and a Bachelor of Arts in History from USF.