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OCTA's Will Kempton to retire

Bus| November 16, 2012
Has accepted the position of executive director for Transportation California and plans to leave the agency in February 2013.

MTA's Lhota taps new counselor

Bus| April 26, 2012
In his new role, Stephen Morello will direct the communications, government relations, and community affairs divisions of the MTA and its agencies.
Bus| March 19, 2012

DesignLine names new interim CEO

Joseph J. Smith currently serves as a consultant to Cyan Partners LP, the sole arranger of DesignLine's November 2011 debt and equity capital raises.
Bus| September 27, 2011

Hampton Roads CEO to resign when contract ends

Shucet was brought in by HRT to complete construction on its light rail system, The Tide, which opened in August.
Bus| May 20, 2011

SORTA taps new CEO/GM

Terry Garcia Crews was previously president/GM for Star Tran Inc., providing services to the Capital Metropolitan Transportation Authority in Austin, Texas, responsible for almost 400 fixed-route and paratransit vehicles, a $98 million budget and a workforce of 1,000.
Bus| April 26, 2011

AECOM names new chairman of the board

John M. Dionisio, who has served as president/CEO since 2005, has been with the company since 1971. Richard G. Newman will continue to serve as a member of AECOM's board of directors, in the role of chairman emeritus.
Accessibility| February 8, 2011

Amidst budget woes, Caltrain CEO highest paid in state

Michael Scanlon has called for closures of half the rail line’s stations, and slashing most of its service to keep the agency afloat, despite earning 59 percent more than the median salary for a CEO of one of California's 23 largest transit operators.
Bus| January 28, 2011

Hampton Roads extends acting CEO’s contract, cuts pay

Transportation District Commission renews agreement to keep Philip Shucet on board, but reduces monthly salary from $40,000 to $28,000.
Bus| April 20, 2010

UTA's Inglish highest paid in West region

UTA is in midst of a massive light and commuter rail expansion project, expected to add 70 miles of track by 2015.
Rail| April 6, 2010

Metrolink names new CEO

John E. Fenton, who brings a broad base of experience to the position, both in transportation services and executive management, was chosen after a national search conducted by the board with assistance from interim CEO Eric Haley.

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