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NEW YORK CITY—HNTB has named Joseph Pizzurro its transit and rail practice leader, a newly created position for the New York and New Jersey metropolitan area. A senior vice president at HNTB with more than 22 years of industry experience, Pizzurro joined the firm in 2011 and served most recently as sales officer for its Northeast Division.

Also, Edmond Hunter joined the company as a senior transit and rail project manager, based in Chelmsford, MA. He has more than 42 years of experience, including more than 10 years as assistant general manager for design and construction with the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority.

NEW YORK CITY—STV announced the promotion of Michael Moskowitz to vice president, based in the New York City office, and the appointment of Ted Lachus as a vice president in the firm’s Transportation & Infrastructure Division and head of the firm’s Chicago office.

Moskowitz joined STV in 2016 and has headed the company’s bridge design, repair and resident engineering and inspection group in New York. Lachus has more than 35 years of transportation experience, most recently overseeing transportation projects in Illinois, Indiana and Wisconsin for a local consultancy firm.

ST. LOUIS—Bi-State Development, operator of St. Louis Metro, has appointed Trenise Winters as general manager of MetroBus operations and Gregory A. Smith as vice president of procurement and materials management.

Winters, a Metro employee since 2002, is now responsible for the operation of more than 1,000 bus operators, managers and other personnel and a fleet of approximately 400 vehicles.

Smith joins Bi-State Development after serving as director of the logistics sector for the St. Louis Regional Chamber and director of purchasing, strategic sourcing and supplier development for the Olin Corporation, where he worked for 25 years. He succeeds Larry Jackson, who became executive vice president of administration in 2016 but also continued to lead the procurement team during the search for his replacement.

SALEM, OR—Al McCoy has joined Cherriots as director of finance and chief financial officer. He has more than 23 years of public transit finance experience with agencies including the Memphis Area Transit Authority, Seattle’s Sound Transit, Washington State Ferries, Dallas Area Rapid Transit and Sacramento Regional Transit District.

STOCKTON, CA—The San Joaquin County Commission on the Status of Women recognized Jasmine Leek, customer engagement analyst with San Joaquin Regional Transit District (RTD) with a Susan B. Anthony Women of Achievement Award in the category “Young Feminist Under 30.” Leek joined RTD in May 2017.

DAYTON, OHIO—Michael Roth has joined the Greater Dayton Regional Transit Authority as paratransit manager. He has more than 13 years of paratransit leadership experience, most recently with MV Transportation as a district manager overseeing five Ohio-based paratransit contracts.

MONTEREY, CA—Monterey-Salinas Transit has named Mike Butler marketing and customer service manager. He began his career in publishing and also is a professional photographer.

SAN DIEGO—Tom Walker, senior vice president and managing director, Asia-Pacific, for Cubic Transportation Systems, has been appointed to the advisory board of the Tourism and Transport Forum Australia, a national member-funded CEO forum advocating the public policy interests of leading corporations and institutions in Australia tourism, transport and aviation.

RIVERSIDE, CA—The Riverside Transit Agency (RTA) Board of Directors honored Riverside County Supervisor Marion Ashley for his 15 years of service on the RTA board, including a term as its chairman in 2013.

PHILADELPHIA—Urban Engineers announced the promotion of Gregory May, the firm’s national practice leader for rail and transit, to vice president. May is a member of the APTA Capital Projects Subcommittee and Rail Transit Committee.
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