Management & Operations

Transdev names new VP, operational performance

Posted on February 6, 2019

Transdev named Palle Lansman to lead its Operational Performance team, effective immediately. He has spent the last four years with Transdev in its Operational Performance Group as VP, business improvement.

In this role, Lansman worked closely with Transdev contract locations across the country to improve operations and performance on key metrics. He now will lead the group, responsible to ensure that Transdev’s commitments to quality and efficiency are met. He will report to Duane Eskierka, president, transportation and performance.

Lansman will oversee the team that works closely with challenged locations and startups, and will collaborate with various corporate departments in implementing solutions to improve and streamline operations. The group has a broad internal client base, as Transdev operates bus, paratransit, streetcar, airport and campus shuttles, and more, in some 200 cities and communities across the U.S. and Canada.

Lansman brings an approach based on work-flow efficiency, automation, and management processes that add value. His team will continue to support transit contracts, and will expand to include Transdev’s Business Solutions (campus and airport services) and its IntelliRide business unit. He replaces Roland Pilod who has been promoted to VP, finance, for Transdev Services Inc.

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