Management & Operations

Haley named CEO of Southwest Ohio's Metro

Posted on November 21, 2019

The Southwest Ohio Regional Transit Authority has appointed Darryl Haley as Metro’s CEO/GM. Haley served as Metro’s Interim CEO since February 2019.

During his 13 years with Metro, Haley has held various positions including Director of Customer Relations, Chief of Development & Marketing Officer, Executive Director of Development and Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) Officer, Deputy GM and executive VP. Prior to joining Metro he held positions in the financial and health-care distribution industries.

“I believe in Metro and the work that we do here to serve the community every day,” said Haley. “I’m honored and grateful for the opportunity to lead this organization, full of dedicated and hardworking individuals, as we work together to move transit forward in Greater Cincinnati.”

Haley serves on the board of the OKI Regional Council of Governments and is a member of the Conference of Minority Transportation Officials (COMTO) and the American Public Transit Association (APTA).


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