Carly Macias

Senior Transportation Planner

Regional Transportation District (RTD)

Carly Macias is a Senior Transportation Planner at the Regional Transportation District (RTD) in Denver, Colorado. She has experience in transportation planning and engineering in the public and private sector. Carly is the project manager for the RTD Fleet Electrification Plan, the FasTracks Quality of Life Study, and the RTD State of the System Report. She leads RTD’s interdepartmental Fleet Electrification Task Force and she is the Chair of the Colorado Electric Vehicle Coalition Transit Subcommittee. She is also one of the Vice Chairs for the APTA Clean Propulsion Committee and she serves as a Co-Chair of the Scholarships & Student Outreach Committee for Women's Transportation Seminar (WTS) in Colorado. Carly is currently working with the Center for Transportation and the Environment (CTE) to organize the 2020 International Zero Emission Bus Conference in Denver. Carly has a bachelor's degree in Civil & Environmental Engineering from UCLA and a master's degree in Urban & Regional Planning from the University of Colorado Denver.