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People in the News

Nickle

Memphis
Area Transit
Authority
(MATA)

Ronald Nickle
has joined
MATA as chief safety and
security officer, where
he will be responsible for
the overall management of
safety and security activities.
Nickle has nearly 40 years of
safety experience, including
15 years of safety oversight
for public transportation
organizations and recently
served in a consultant role
as senior safety and security
director for Transit Safety and
Security Solutions, Inc. " With
my experiences and current
work as a federal public transportation safety advisor, I am
looking forward to examining
safety and security measures
at MATA from a holistic approach, " Nickle said.

MassTransitmag.com/21157251

Harris

Memphis
Area Transit
Authority
(MATA)

MATA has
appointed
Ted Harris as the chief
operations officer, where
he will provide oversight of
key operations, including
fixed-route bus, trolley and
MATAplus services, as well
as the maintenance, security
and facilities departments.
Harris recently served as chief
customer experience officer
at the Hillsborough Area
Regional Transit Authority
where he helped implement
initiatives to foster customer
service while overseeing
several agency departments.
" Ted brings a wealth of public
transportation experience
that will benefit our organization, " said MATA CEO Gary
Rosenfeld.

MassTransitmag.com/21152853

Chatham Area
Transit (CAT)

CAT has selected Charles Hall
as the agency's
Hall
next chief safety officer, where
he will be responsible for
leading the safety and security programs. Hall has more
than 27 years of law enforcement experience, including
working as an intelligence
unit commander, internal
affairs commander, precinct
commander, emergency
manager, homeland security
coordinator and hurricane
preparedness coordinator.
Hall previously served as the
transportation director at the
Savannah College of Art and
Design. " [Charles] will without
a doubt help us create new
and innovative ways to serve
our employees and customers safely, " said CAT CEO
Bacarra Mauldin.

MassTransitmag.com/21156721

Chatham Area
Transit (CAT)

Walter " Lenny "
Cooksey, Jr.,
has been named
Cooksey the new chief
operating
officer for CAT. Cooksey has
more than 25 years of management experience in public
and private transportation
and joins CAT after serving as
the general manager of MV
Transportation's paratransit
service in Baton Rouge, La.
Prior to his role with MV, he
was director of fixed-route
services for the Jacksonville
Transportation Authority. He
also served on the Capital
Area Transit System's Safety
and Emergency Preparedness
Task Force. " [Mr. Cooksey's]
experience and skills will help
propel CAT forward as we implement improvements, " said
CAT CEO Bacarra Mauldin.

MassTransitmag.com/21156333

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NOVEMBER 2020 | MassTransitmag.com | Mass Transit |

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Editor's Notebook: What's Next? Better Mobility
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New Ransomware Attacks Pose Costly Threat to Transit Agencies
2020 Transit Safety and Security Report
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AVs Pave the Way to Future Mobility
A New Age for Streetcars
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Best Practices: Creating a Safer, More Secure Ride on Metro Transit in the St. Louis Region
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