Marketing Director Nicole Ramos

Nicole Ramos Selected as New Director of Marketing & Communications

Director of Marketing Nicole Ramos

Nicole Ramos was recently promoted to Director of Marketing & Communications at Omnitrans, bringing more than 20 years of transit experience to the role.

Nicole will oversee a team of 16 employees to implement all aspects of marketing and communications for Omnitrans, including: advertising, customer service, promotions, partnerships, media relations, publications, and community outreach, among other duties.

“With her expertise, enthusiasm and constant desire to excel, I am excited to see Nicole elevate Omnitrans’ presence among our community and those we serve,” said Interim CEO/General Manager Erin Rogers.

After serving at Foothill Transit, Nicole joined Omnitrans as a marketing specialist in 2001 and advanced to outreach specialist in 2009. In 2014, she became the marketing manager and has most recently served as interim director of marketing since last October.

“It has been my pleasure to represent Omnitrans’ customer service and marketing efforts for the past 19 years, and I look forward to leading that team to support Omnitrans’ dynamic growth and sustainable future,” said Ramos.

Throughout her career at Omnitrans, Nicole has spearheaded various projects to enhance public transportation for San Bernardino Valley residents, including implementation of the Travel Training Bus program.

Congratulations, Nicole!

8 thoughts on “Nicole Ramos Selected as New Director of Marketing & Communications

  1. People are getting stranded, they’re losing their jobs and aren’t being hired because of your lacking bus system in a booming economy that’s hiring. I weekly turn down jobs in Redlands, Riverside, grand terrace, Colton, Fontana, Riverside and even Rialto because I live in San Bernardino and get get home on weekends. People are spending the night in guns. The bus system in the inland empire is one of the worst transit systems in the country because of these reasons and it’s a shame because it had the potential and logistics to be one of the best.

  2. People are getting stranded, they’re losing their jobs and aren’t being hired because of your lacking bus system in a booming economy that’s hiring. I weekly turn down jobs in Redlands, Riverside, grand terrace, Colton, Fontana, Riverside and even Rialto because I live in San Bernardino and get get home on weekends. People are spending the night in guns. The bus system in the inland empire is one of the worst transit systems in the country because of these reasons and it’s a shame because it had the potential and logistics to be one of the best…

  3. I’d like to see you leave Milliken and foothill at 545 pm on the 65 East and try to get to hi drive 92404 in San Bernardino. Get on that bus and tell me what happens. Or the 15 west from lugonia and Alabama to the same address and get stranded in downtown San Bernardino like it’s other citizens. Your system fails us in a booking economy that you’re helping destroy

  4. It would be nice if you can make the 7 bus start early and not have my mother walk 25 minutes at 4am because it’s the only bus that is closest that starts early in the morning. The sierra and 27th street stop is 2 minutes away from my house and it would’ve been more convenient if you guys can make the 7 start at the same time as the 2 starts so she won’t have to go through all the dangers of walking on the dark. She has to take the train to go to work and that is the reason she has to go early in the morning. Please fix this as many others that live in my neighborhood can use the 7 and is more convenient.

    1. Hi Soraya. Thank you for your suggestion about Route 7. This has been forwarded to our service planning team as they work to enhance service. Thank you!

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