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July 30, 2013

Denver RTD chief named 'Outstanding Public Transportation Manager'

During Phil Washington's tenure, RTD has undertaken a remarkable number of innovative, cost-effective and customer-focused initiatives to build projects and improve service.


July 19, 2012

Long Beach Transit chief receives top APTA award

Laurence (Larry) W. Jackson, in his fortieth year as a leader and innovator at the Calif.-based transit system, was named the “Outstanding Public Transportation Manager” for 2012.


May 28, 2009

D.C. Metro’s Catoe named top public transportation manager

The annual Outstanding Public Transportation Manager Award goes to the top manager in North America who has made outstanding contributions to the public transportation industry.


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