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First Transit's Dunning retires after 38-year career

Management & Operations| December 13, 2018

He began his career with First Transit in 1980 as a GM in Laredo, Texas.

Transit Authority of River City Executive Director Barker retires

Management & Operations| November 30, 2018

"I’m now looking forward to staying engaged in volunteer organizations, traveling and enjoying family and friends more.”

Management & Operations| November 30, 2018

Trinity Metro CEO Ballard to retire in April 2019

He began his career as a brakeman and trainman on the Boston and Maine Railroad, and he was a bus operator.

Management & Operations| October 15, 2018

Pace's T.J. Ross announces retirement

Career includes public and private sector experience with positions as planner, engineer, maintenance director, GM, and executive director.

Management & Operations| October 15, 2018

Metrolink's Art Leahy announces retirement

A 47-year veteran of the transportation industry, Leahy joined Metrolink after leading Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority as CEO from 2009 to 2015.

June 6, 2018

The State of Retirement for Transportation, Material Moving Workers

The economy largely depends on the transportation industry to keep people, and things, on track. Workers in this industry employ seven percent of America’s workforce and are expected to grow six percent by 2026, according to the Bureau of Labor and Statistics.

Management & Operations| November 7, 2017

CTtransit's Fry to retire after 40 years

Was closely involved in the implementation of CTfastrak, the region’s first bus rapid transit system.

Mobility| August 1, 2017

Capital Metro's Watson announces retirement

Some key accomplishments during Watson’s tenure include stabilizing the labor structure by transitioning bus operators and maintenance staff to private contractors and overseeing the planning and implementation of improvements to MetroRail.

Management & Operations| April 27, 2017

COTA's Stitt announces retirement plans

During his tenure, he oversaw the transformation of public transit in Central Ohio, including a downtown circulator, an airport shuttle, and a comprehensive redesign of the entire bus network.

Management & Operations| March 17, 2017

The Ride's deputy CEO/COO retires after 42 years of service

Dawn Gabay began working with TheRide in 1975 and served many positions, including motorcoach operator, dispatcher, supervisor, manager, assistant executive director, and interim CEO, before beginning her role as deputy CEO in October of 2009.

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