Ulises is an economist and planner with more than five years of experience working in the fields of sustainable transportation and environmental economics. In addition to a data-driven approach, Ulises brings a passion for using microeconomics as a framework to understand people’s motives and limitations, and how different interventions affect their choices regarding travel cities. His work focuses on performing data analysis to identify existing conditions and trends in current system’s operations, improve transit corridors reliability, and restructure transit routes more efficiently. He also conducts GIS analysis to identify opportunities and constraints for accessibility improvements near transit stations or transit corridors.
His previous experience includes developing models to evaluate CO2 savings from policy alternatives for urban transportation and freight sectors in Mexico, the U.S., and China.