Tomás Martínez Baldares is an architect graduated from the Pontificia Universidad Javeriana of Bogotá (Colombia) 1996. He obtained his Master in Urban Design from the Universidad de Costa Rica (2001) and Central American Specialization Course on Urban Land Policieis, fom the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy (2009). Professor of Central American Cultural Landscapes Course of Central American Masters in Management and Conservation of the Patrimony , Universidad Politécnica Valencia, España – Instituto Tecnológico de Costa Rica (2009-2012). He Currently teaches in Urban and Land Use Planning Professor, (levels 8 to 10) in the Architecture School, Instituto Tecnológico de Costa Rica TEC (2004-2016). He has been a consultant for the National Plan of Urban Development, (PNDU), sponsored by the Costa Rican government. In this project, his focus is on the process of identification of urban models of both nacional and local reach (2001-2003). He work as Executive Secretary of the National Urban Development Plan (2013-2015) . Update on current and formalized plan Greater Metropolitan Regional Urban Plan (2013-2030). It is a plan of territorial urban ordering at regional level that covers 31 municipalities, It defines the great structure axes, like the road connectivity, the protection of areas of environmental interest, the ground regime, the policies to growth and expansion of the GAM; and the regional infrastructures. In 2009 he published his book “New trends of new towns”. He has published reports for United Nations and a paper of process development GAM between 1985-2015 in “The State of the Nation 2015”. He currently is in charge of two agreements between TEC with San José Municipality to Historic Center and the Transport Ministry of transport for urban insertion and urban design of rapid bus transit project en metropolitan San José Area.