Diana Alarcon, Director for the Department of Transportation and Multimodal Infrastructure
More than 30 years of private and public sector experiences. Currently serve as Director for the Department of Transportation and Multimodal Infrastructure in the City of Nashville. Responsible for sustainable transportation policy, planning & programming, street maintenance, traffic engineering, engineering, real estate, parking, and regional transit operation.
Championing sustainability and mobility initiatives, such as complete street designs and citywide greenways. Creating a true multimodal transportation network for bicyclist, pedestrians, transit and vehicles through reassignment of existing rights-of-way and insuring the connectivity. Building partnership with the private sector on creating mobility hubs that connects all modes including new trending modes such as micromobility.
An active member in the following organizations to change the approach to transportation: Women in Transportation (WTS) Seminar, American Society of Civil Engineer (ASCE), Urban Land Institute; American Planning Association; National Transit Institute; American Public Work Association; National Association of City Transportation Officials; and the International Parking & Mobility Institute.