Ezra Pincus-Roth works to improve the connections between regional transit and local institutions.

With nationwide experience in municipal and regional policymaking, Ezra channels a passion for providing safe and effective transportation options for all people. His expertise is rooted in interpreting government accessibility standards and transit-oriented planning practices. His experience covers many facets of transportation planning, including parking studies for universities, pedestrian access designs for bus riders, and mobility management studies for state and county governments.

Previously, Ezra worked as a management and budget analyst for the New York City Parks Department, a consultant for the San Francisco Foundation, and a research fellow for Reconnecting America.