April 15, 2016
NEWS HEADLINES
CLASSIFIEDS
» The Beaver County Transit Authority is seeking an operations manager. [More]
» Chatham Area Transit has an opening for a director of maintenance. [More]
» The Capital District Transportation Authority requests proposals for a new intelligent transportation management system, [More]
View more Classified Ads »
TO PLACE AN AD: E-mail the requested date(s) of publication to: ptads@apta.com. Mailing address is: Passenger Transport, 1300 I Street NW, Suite 1200 East, Washington, DC 20005. Ad copy is not accepted by phone. DEADLINE: 3 p.m. EST, Friday, one week prior to publication date. INFORMATION: Phone (202) 496-4877.

New CEOs Named

Crosbie, NJ Transit

The New Jersey Transit Corporation (NJ Transit) Board of Directors has appointed William (Bill) Crosbie the new executive director of NJ Transit, effective by the end of April.

Crosbie succeeds Dennis J. Martin, who has served as interim executive director since December 2015 and will return to his previous position as vice president/general manager of the agency’s Bus Operations Division.

Before joining NJ Transit, Crosbie served as president and chief executive officer, and regional director for North America for SYSTRA USA. He also is a former vice president of rail programs for the Parsons Corporation and was Amtrak’s chief operating officer for more than seven years.

Johnson, LYNX


The Central Florida Regional Transportation Authority (LYNX) Board of Directors in Orlando has selected Edward L. Johnson, chief administrative officer for the Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority, as the agency’s new chief executive officer.

Johnson has worked in transportation for more than 20 years, including a previous 13-year tenure with LYNX as interim CEO, chief administrative officer, chief of staff and manager of operations support/development. Earlier, he was grants and planning manager for the Birmingham-Jefferson County Transit Authority, Birmingham, AL.

Johnson will succeed Susan Black, who served as interim general manager after John M. Lewis Jr. left LYNX last year to head the Charlotte (NC) Area Transit System. Black will return to her previous position overseeing LYNX’s administrative division.
« Previous Article
Return to Top
Next Article »
FORWARD   |   CALENDAR   |   APTA HOME   |   ADVERTISE WITH US
© Copyright American Public Transportation Association
1300 I Street NW, Suite 1200 East, Washington, DC 20005
Telephone (202) 496-4882 • Fax (202) 496-4321
Print Version | Search Back Issues | Contact Us | Unsubscribe
Twitter Flickr Blog YouTube Facebook