We plan to keep you moving!
Transportation Planner I
Eric Cavazos graduated from UTSA with a degree in History with a concentration is Social Studies and is currently pursuing his Master’s in Public Administration at UTSA’s College for Health, Community and Policy. As the lead planner for the Alamo Commutes Program, his goal is to equip and empower commuters with information, tools, and resources they need to make smart and sustainable transportation choices. By researching and evaluating transportation demand management strategies, Eric plays a role in the AAMPO’s plan to reduce congestion, improve air quality and improve access to employment centers.
Regional Transportation Planner
Clifton joined AAMPO in March 2020 as Regional Transportation Planner after serving as a transportation planner for NCTCOG, the MPO for the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex. Clifton was raised in Fairfax, OK and graduated from Oklahoma State University with a degree in Geography before earning a Masters of Urban Planning from the University of Kansas in 2015. Clifton’s work has focused on congestion management and performance-based planning. He is thrilled to lead AAMPO’s transportation performance management efforts while integrating performance-based planning into the TIP, MTP, and other long- and short-range planning studies.
Active Transportation Planner
Joey Pawlik is the Active Transportation Planner with the Alamo Area Metropolitan Planning Organization (AAMPO). He is a native of San Antonio who graduated from Texas A&M University with a BS in Sociology, minor in Urban Planning. Prior to joining the AAMPO, Joey was the Constituent Services and Community Outreach Manager for State Representative Barbara Gervin-Hawkins, Texas House District 120. Joey is passionate about bicycle and pedestrian safety having been a bicyclist and bicycle commuter most of his life. He looks forward to helping advance the Alamo Area’s active transportation planning goals and helping to contribute to road safety for all users. Joey will also support the Bicycle and Pedestrian Mobility Advisory Committees, as well as the MPO’s Active Transportation Program.