December 24, 2012

Calif. agency rounds out staff

The City of Santa Monica’s Big Blue Bus (BBB) just rounded out its staff roster with two promotions from within its ranks and two new hires.

The four hires include: Tim McCormick to transit planning administrator; Linda Gamberg to transit community relations officer, Jennie Campos to transit community relations coordinator and Bridget Cade to administrative services officer.

“For the Big Blue Bus to improve service delivery and customer communication, we need team members experienced in planning and implementing complex initiatives. I am confident these professionals will provide leadership on key projects like the introduction of new fareboxes and Expo Light Rail coming to town,” said Ed King, director, transit services, for the Big Blue Bus.

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