Bill Ramos has spent enough time in traffic to know how much of a problem it is in Issaquah. With experience in the Department of Transportation as well as running a small business that specializes in creating transportation and public transit solutions, he’s ready to get the region moving again.
- At the state DOT, worked to develop and manage the Tribal Transit Program, where he worked with 56 Tribes to help start or improve public transit on Tribal Lands
- Owned his own dance business teaching ballroom, Latin, salsa and swing dancing
- Avid supporter of unions and himself a former union member