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March 31, 2014

Nashville MTA exec takes interim CEO post

Edward W. Oliphant, who currently serves as CFO of the MTA and RTA, replaces Paul J. Ballard who will be heading up the Fort Worth Transportation Authority as president/CEO.


February 13, 2014

Fort Worth's The T names new president/CEO

Paul J. Ballard, current CEO of the Nashville Metropolitan Transit Authority and the Regional Transportation Authority of Middle Tennessee, will begin his new position in April.


October 26, 2011

Nashville, Tenn. transit CEO honored for accessible system

Paul J. Ballard was awarded for exceptional leadership in providing Nashville with an outstanding accessible transit system at the 30th Annual Awards for Artists with Disabilities. Under his leadership, Nashville MTA’s bus ridership has increased from 6.4 million annual passenger trips to a high of 9.4 million passenger trips. More than 175 new accessible buses and vans have been added to the fleet during his tenure.


April 14, 2010

Nashville MTA offering mobile phone app to riders

RouteShout, a mobile phone application that delivers next-bus arrival times, is now available for customers to receive MTA schedule information. Customers using RouteShout are able to quickly and easily find bus stops, routes and arrival and departure times on their electronic devices.


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