Topic : Joni Earl

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Seattle Union Station's 'Great Hall' honors former Sound Transit CEO

Management & Operations| October 23, 2017

Past and current Board members joined agency staff this week to honor former Sound Transit CEO Joni Earl by naming the Great Hall of the agency’s historic Union Station headquarters the Joni Earl Great Hall.

Peter Rogoff to lead Seattle's Sound Transit

Management & Operations| November 20, 2015

Current Sound Transit CEO Joni Earl, who has been on medical leave, will retire in March 2016 following the opening of the University Link light rail line. Deputy CEO Mike Harbour, who did not apply for the CEO position, will continue to serve as the agency’s acting CEO until Rogoff’s arrival.

Management & Operations| November 20, 2015

[Video] Peter Rogoff accepts Sound Transit's CEO position

The Sound Transit Board of Directors unanimously voted to appoint Peter M. Rogoff, former Federal Transit Administrator and the federal government’s third-highest transportation official, to serve as Sound Transit’s new CEO. Mr. Rogoff will succeed current CEO Joni Earl, who announced last May that she will retire in the first quarter of 2016 after Sound Transit opens the University Link light rail extension. These are Mr. Rogoff’s remarks after the Board’s vote.

Management & Operations| November 18, 2015

Search committee recommends Peter Rogoff as new Sound Transit CEO

At its meeting Thursday the full board may accept the committee’s recommendation or continue the search process. Rogoff, who currently serves as the Under Secretary of Transportation for Policy in the U.S. Department of Transportation, will be present at the meeting.

Accessibility| May 7, 2014

Question of the day: What is the most urgent trend affecting your operation today?

We ask transit agency leaders about economic, social and political trends impacting their operations right now.
Bus| October 2, 2012

APTA Annual Meeting: Question of the Day

What is your agency's biggest challenge and what are you doing to overcome it?

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