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ARTBA's Ruane to Retire

WASHINGTON, DC—Pete Ruane, president and chief executive officer of the American Road & Transportation Builders Association (ARTBA), has announced that he will retire in October after 30 years of service. He is the longest tenured head of the 116-year-old organization.

Ruane has worked on federal transportation investment policy for more than 40 years, testifying at congressional hearings and providing support to administrations from both political parties.

ARTBA Executive Vice President & Chief Operating Officer William D. Toohey Jr., a 33-year association veteran, will serve as acting chief executive officer following Ruane’s departure.

FORT WORTH, TX—Trinity Metro announced the hiring of Mike ­Stolzman as vice president and chief operating officer of rail and the promotion of Reed Lanham to vice president of strategy and technology.
Stolzman has more than 20 years of rail experience with both Class I and short line railroads. Lanham previously was the agency’s manager of rail operations.

SAN DIEGO—Lytx announced that Steve Lifshatz has joined the company as chief financial officer. He has three decades of executive-level experience in software and software-as-a-service firms.

ISELIN, NJ—Michael A. Salvato has been named vice president of infrastructure advisory practices for Mott MacDonald, based in the company’s North American headquarters. He previously served the New York Metropolitan Transportation Authority for 20 years, working since 2015 as director and program executive for enterprise information and asset management.
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