June 20, 2012
Richard Dalton, who joined the agency in 2009 as director of Rail Equipment and Services, replaces retiring CEO Dale Zehner.
February 10, 2011
Mike Scanlon, CEO, San Mateo County Transit District, volunteered to sacrifice part of his $400,000 compensation package, since the three transit agencies he runs are undergoing serious budget problems. However, board members defended the salary, which they had approved.
February 2, 2011
Alexander D. Clifford most recently served as Executive Officer, High-Speed Rail, for the Los Angeles Metro, working as an ombudsman with the California High Speed Rail Authority to help facilitate the integration of high-speed train service into existing transportation corridors in Los Angeles County.
November 16, 2010
Charles Odimgbe, currently the general manager of Chatham Area Transit Authority in Savannah, Ga., wants to expand RIPTA's finances and role in the community.
November 10, 2010
John M. Lewis Jr., 43, will bring to Central Florida more than 15 years experience in the transportation industry. Currently, he is the CEO for the Greater Richmond Transit Commission.
May 18, 2010
Watson and Finn addressed community questions, including how they would regain the public's trust and improve service, during a public forum
June 23, 2009
Will Kempton served as head of Caltrans for the past five years, where he oversaw 50,000 lane miles of state highways, an annual budget of nearly $14 billion and $10 billion worth of transportation improvements under construction.
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