Amy Cummings, AICP, LEED AP Joins Parametrix




Las Vegas, NV – Amy Cummings, AICP, LEED AP has joined Parametrix as Statewide Transportation Planning Manager. She has over 20 years of industry experience in both the public and private sectors.

Cummings most recently served as Deputy Executive Director/Director of Planning for the Regional Transportation Commission of Washoe County (RTC). At RTC, she was responsible for all aspects of short- and long-range multimodal transportation planning, including integration of transit and roadway improvements and advancement of RTC’s Complete Streets program.

She was instrumental in the successful completion of the Virginia Line and Lincoln Line bus rapid transit projects, both of which were made possible by U.S. Department of Transportation grants and finished under budget and ahead of schedule. She also led development of the agency’s award-winning Regional Transportation Plan in partnership with state, local, and federal agencies. During her time at RTC, she was known for fostering innovative strategies for maximum stakeholder engagement.

Cummings served as a Board Member and Vice President of the Association of Metropolitan Planning Organizations. She is also on the American Public Transportation Association’s sustainability committee.

At Parametrix, Cummings joins the firm’s Las Vegas team, which provides transportation planning, engineering, and visualization services. She will be based in Reno, Nevada, and support transportation projects in the southwest region as well as Parametrix’s growing bus rapid transit practice area throughout the west.

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