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Iannuzziello joins AECOM

Posted on June 20, 2012

Angela Iannuzziello, PE, joined AECOM as VP, Canadian transit practice within its Americas transportation business.

Based in Markham, Ontario, Iannuzziello will develop new business and lead the strategic direction for the firm’s transit initiatives across Canada.

With more than 30 years of experience in transportation, transit and traffic planning, and engineering and operations, Iannuzziello is an expert in integrating land use with transportation in building sustainable communities. Prior to joining AECOM, Iannuzziello served as VP, transit and transportation, for GENIVAR, where she was instrumental in leading the firm’s bus rapid transit and light rail transit practices. As co-founder and president of ENTRA consultants, she helped shape transportation in North American communities for more than 20 years.

Iannuzziello is also the first vice-chair of the American Public Transportation Association’s Business Members Board of Governors and serves as co-chair of its Governance Review Task Force and the Mobility Management Task Force.

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