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NJ TRANSIT's FY20 budget to boost personnel, customer experience

Management & Operations| July 24, 2019

Approximately 61% of the operating budget is dedicated to costs associated with labor and fringe benefits.

GreenPower names Riley as its new director of the board

Management & Operations| July 8, 2019

He has served as the company’s president since October 2016.

Motorcoach| January 24, 2019

IMG names new chairman, board of directors

The new chairman is Gary Krapf, president of Krapf’s Coaches, who replaces outgoing chairman, Real Boissonneault.

Management & Operations| August 21, 2018

NJ Transit mourns passing of founding chairman of the board

Louis J. Gambaccini helped shape transportation policy and initiated innovative solutions for transit issues during his more than 50-year career.

Management & Operations| March 1, 2018

TriMet board chooses COO Kelsey as agency’s next GM

The Board of Directors chose Kelsey for his long demonstrated track record of success in prior settings as well as his work since coming to TriMet in 2015.

Management & Operations| February 22, 2018

TriMet’s Board of Directors appoints interim GM

Shelley Devine will temporarily lead TriMet while the Board finalizes its decision on a permanent GM.

Management & Operations| August 22, 2017

Best Practices for Long-Term Transit Project Communication

If well managed, the political, public and stakeholder engagement process — where all of the key people involved are vested in the vision and goals of the project — can form the groundwork for timely project delivery.

Management & Operations| December 7, 2016

2 finalists chosen for new job as head of New Orleans RTA

The executive director job, which comes with a salary of up to $185,000 a year, was first spelled out in a 2015 contract between the RTA and its operator, Transdev.

Rail| October 31, 2016

NJ TRANSIT makes progress toward PTC implementation

The approval of a lease authorization by the board allows NJ TRANSIT to execute a lease agreement with the Metropolitan Transportation Authority for the last component of radio spectrum needed for its PTC system.

Management & Operations| January 25, 2016

Valley Metro boards of directors name interim CEO

Scott Smith, a private sector CEO, accountant and attorney, was elected as mayor of the City of Mesa in 2008. He used his business experience to reorganize the city and reduce the city’s budget by nearly 20%.

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