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Additional Member on UITP Board

Bruce McCuaig, president and chief executive of Metrolinx, has been appointed to the policy board of UITP (the International Association of Public Transport), an international organization for public transportation authorities and operators, policy and decision makers, scientific institutes and businesses and suppliers.

He is representing Canada on the board. “I am honored to have been appointed to the UITP board and look forward to representing Canada’s interests on the board,” McCuaig said. “I am a strong believer in sharing best practices among the global community of transit service providers, and the work of the UITP policy board is a key way to make this happen."

Toronto-based Metrolinx, an agency of the government of Ontario, was created to improve the integration of all modes of transportation in the greater Toronto and Hamilton area.

The UITP board prepares international strategies for the public transit sector and takes official policy positions on international transit issues.

McCuaig joins Stephen Banta, chief executive officer, Valley Metro in Phoenix, and Daniel A. Grabauskas, executive director and chief executive officer, Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation, on the policy board. The appointments are part of a long-standing collaboration between APTA and UITP. The policy board is solely a governing body of UITP.

To learn more, go to the UITP website.
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