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People in the News

Clarelle DeGraffe

Justin T. Augustine III

Darryll Simpson

Markus Coleman

Joe Calabrese

Port Authority
Trans Hudson

Transdev

Transdev

City of Phoenix

Focused Technology
Solutions

The Port Authority
of New York and
New Jersey named
Clarelle DeGraffe
as the director of rail
transit and general
manager of PATH. DeGraffe's appointment
took effect March 25
and she will be responsible for carrying
out PATH's critical mission of moving nearly
300,000 people daily
safely and effectively.

Transdev promoted
Justin T. Augustine
III to a new corporate
position, senior vice
president of
infrastructure and supply chain. He will help
agencies secure state
and federal funding
and help to manage
capital projects from
concept through
implementation. He
will also focus on
talent acquision and
development.

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com/21073062

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com/21073442

The city of Phoenix,
Ariz., named Markus
Coleman as Light
Rail Administrator.
Coleman has worked
in the Public Transit,
Planning and Development departments
and the City Manager's
office. He has a total of
23 years of experience with the city of
Phoenix and has spent
his career working on
development projects
and transportation.

The Regional Transit
Authority (RTA)
Board of Commissioners unanimously
approved the appointment of Darryll
Simpson to serve
as general manager
of Transdev in New
Orleans, in service
to the RTA, effective
March 18, 2019. He
most recently served
as general manager of
the streetcar system in
Milwaukee.

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Focused Technology
Solutions, a division
of The Marmon/
Berkshire Hathaway
Company, named Joe
Calabrese as senior
advisor. Calabrese's
most recent position was as CEO and
general manager of
the Greater Cleveland Regional Transit
Authority, overseeing
operation of a multimodal transit system.

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com/21073566

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