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September 25, 2014

D.C. Metro chief Sarles stepping down

Sarles has helmed Metro at a time that has seen massive reinvestment in rebuilding the rail system, the expansion of the Silver Line, the procurement of new 7000 series cars and updating the bus fleet, according to the report.


September 16, 2014

Pierce Transit picks retired city manager for interim CEO post

The board picked Jim Walton after voting to waive CEO Lynne Griffith’s 75-day resignation notice requirement of her contract so she can start work Sept. 23 as director of the state ferry system.


September 9, 2014

MV Transportation CEO to retire

During Carter Pate's tenure as CEO, MV grew from $725 million in revenue in 2010 to over $1 billion in revenue in 2013, and expanded its operational footprint in the Middle East, as well as in the areas of school bus operations, international transportation logistics, and on-demand black car service.


September 2, 2014

SamTrans CEO Scanlon retiring

Scanlon shepherded SamTrans and Caltrain through two economic downturns and played a central role in achieving the financial stability both agencies currently enjoy.


October 15, 2013

Fort Worth's COO to serve as interim president

Anthony (“Tony”) Johnson, executive VP and COO of The T, will serve as interim president and executive director during board’s search to replace Dick Ruddell who retired on October 4.


June 17, 2013

Long Beach Transit's Jackson retires

Brought about several initiatives, including a Dial-A-Lift service, the development and renovation of the First Street Transit Mall, and the AquaLink and AquaBus water taxis.


October 29, 2010

N.Y. MTA's bus ops chief to retire

Joseph Smith began his career in 1977 as a bus operator at the Amsterdam Depot and rose through the ranks, eventually leading the historic consolidation of the MTA's three bus divisions.


March 18, 2010

TriMet GM to step down

Fred Hansen, 63, said the agency's economic troubles, which have chipped away at his aggressive expansion of high-frequency bus service, had nothing to do with his decision.


November 30, 2009

ABA offers 401K plans to members

Member companies can custom-fit retirement plans to meet their needs, potentially reduce costs to levels on par with larger companies and can have their administrative duties handled by the professionals at Transamerica Retirement Services.


October 1, 2009

Capital Metro's Gilliam to retire

Gilliam joined Austin, Texas-based Capital Metro in 2001 as deputy general manager/chief operating officer and was appointed president/CEO in 2002.


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