Joseph Cantalupo, AICP
Senior Vice President
A community leader and certified planner with more than 33 years of experience, Joe has been a central figure in facilitating discussion, building consensus, and developing innovative solutions for the growing communities of Central Texas.
His passion for his profession combined with his dedication and perspective offer KFA clients an incredible resource as they plan for the long term growth of their communities. With experience in statewide, regional, and community transportation improvement programs, Joe has worked on a wide variety of projects, providing him with an outstanding reputation as a collaborative leader. Joe’s expertise lies in long-range transportation planning, coordination of land use with transportation planning, development of statewide policies and programs, and corridor and area studies.
As KFA Vice President, Joe oversees KFA planning projects and building our practice areas in response to the needs of our public sector clients. Prior to joining KFA, Joe served as the executive director for the Capital Area Metropolitan Planning Organization (CAMPO), where he directed the first transportation plan for Central Texas to link land use to transportation investments.
An active member in the community, Joe holds memberships in several transportation organizations. Currently he is a member of the Austin Chamber of Commerce Transportation Committee, and he is a founding and current Board Chair of Movability Austin, a collaboration focused on improving the mobility of downtown Austin and the roads and corridors leading to it.