Ramond Alfredio Robinson
Ramond Robinson is the first Director of Transportation for Anne Arundel County. Since arriving in 2016, Ramond has lead mobility management strategies for Anne Arundel County and has been dedicated to improving multi-modal transportation networks that include regional transportation, transit, traffic, bicycle, and pedestrian system for planning and coordination. Ramond has worked with community stakeholders as a leading force behind bringing bike-share to Anne Arundel County/Annapolis, as well as encouraging developers and the county to work together to bring more transportation infrastructure to the county.
Prior to his current position, Ramond served as the Division Chief for the City of Alexandria, Virginia, directing activities that included Planning (short and long range), Operations, Marketing and Advertising, Customer Service, Paratransit, Public Relations, Public Outreach and developing the Legislative Agenda for transportation and transit demand management related projects.
Ramond also served as Chief Development Officer for Chatham Area Transit Authority (Chatham County, Savannah, Georgia); a Transportation Planner for Charlotte Area Transit System - City of Charlotte (Charlotte, North Carolina); and Coordinator for Triangle Transit Authority (Durham, North Carolina).
Ramond has a B.S. in Environmental Sciences and Geography (2001) and an M.S. in Geography from North Carolina Central University. His Master’s Thesis was “Examining the Principal Differences and Similarities of Mobility between Commuter and Residential Students.” He also had a minor in Public Administration.
Ramond is a Hampton, Virginia native and has made Maryland his home with his wife Sheena and two daughters, Sydney and Simone.