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NOV-DEC 2014

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39 NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 2014 m ETRO m AGAZINE > people E Michael Tree, to executive director of Calif.'s Livermore Amador Valley Transit Authority. E At Cubic Transportation Systems: Dave Blue, to VP, sales and account management; Rasheed Behrooznia, to VP, engineering, North and South America; and Pradip Mistry, to VP, research and development. E Larry Conrad, president for Brookville Equipment Corp., retired. project director/VP, New York City ofce; and Terry Nash, to sr. project manager, transit and rail/associate VP. E At ABC Companies: Brian Pinckney, to sales manager, southeast region; Mike Whittaker, to parts and service marketing manager; and Claude Payne, to sr. account manager. E Adrian Ruiz, to director, safety and security, for Phoenix, Ariz.-based Valley Metro. E Andy Goddard, to superintendent, light rail vehicle maintenance, for the San Diego Metropolitan Transit System. E Nathaniel P. Ford Sr., to treasurer of the Transportation and Expressway Authority Membership of Florida. E Tom Costello, asst. managing director of the Ill.-based Champaign-Urbana Mass Transit District, to retire. E Kristina Brevard, to VP, strategic planning and development, for Lewisville, Texas' Denton County Transportation Authority. E Mike Fogarty, to president for the Taxicab, Limousine & Paratransit Association. E At the Central Ohio Transit Authority: Amy Hockman, to director, mobility management; and Glenn L. Taylor Sr., to director, security. E Amy Dobrikova, to director, strategy and business development, at Crosspoint Kinetics. E Gardner Tabon, to chief, ofce of system safety, at NJ TRANSIT. E Leanne P. Redden, executive director at Chicago's Regional Transportation Authority. E Chuck Gunnels, to managing director for Arrow Nationwide Ground Logistics. E Gary Waits, to CEO, transit division, of National Express Transit Corp. Forte joins Sun Tran Jared A. Forte, to asst. GM of the Tucson, Ariz.-based Sun Tran. A seasoned transit professional, Forte brings over 16 years of experience in the transit industry, most recently serving as the asst. GM for Lexington, Ky.'s Lextran. Forte is an employee of Transdev, the company contracted by the City of Tucson to manage the daily operations of Sun Tran. His responsibilities at Sun Tran include oversight of several departments, including scheduling and services development, procurement and operations. Forte

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