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New CEOs Named
Shaw, Keolis Transit America
Keolis, an international passenger transportation company, has named Stephen W. Shaw president and chief executive officer of its Keolis Transit America subsidiary, with overall responsibility for managing the company’s U.S. public transit operations. He joined the company as chief operating officer in 2013.
Shaw has more than 35 years of transportation experience, beginning as vice president of operations with his family’s business, Shaw Bus Service in Baltimore. He also served eight years as regional vice president for Veolia Transportation Services.
Morton, Norwalk Transit District, CT
The Norwalk (CT) Transit District has named Kimberlee Morton as its next chief executive officer. She will succeed the retiring Louis Schulman on Jan. 5.
Morton currently is director of fiscal and administrative services for the Greater Hartford Transit District. She was assistant general manager for administration with Connecticut Transit for 13 years and spent 15 years at the Greater Bridgeport Transit Authority in positions including director of paratransit services, director of administrative services, chief operating officer, and acting general manager.
The Transportation Research Board (TRB) of the National Academies has named Neil Pedersen, deputy director of the second Strategic Highway Research Program (SHRP 2), as its next executive director, effective Feb. 1. He will succeed Robert E. Skinner Jr., who will retire at the end of January after more than 30 years of service to the National Academies.
Pedersen joined SHRP 2 in 2012 with more than 36 years of transportation experience, 29 of them at Maryland DOT’s State Highway Administration, which he headed for more than eight years. Before joining the TRB staff, he was a longtime volunteer with the organization.