Jeff Mann, President and CEO of GoTriangle

INTERVIEW:

 

ABOUT JEFF MANN:

Jeff Mann is President and CEO. He joined GoTriangle from the NC Department of Transportation in July 2015. As a deputy secretary at the NCDOT, he oversaw non highway transportation modes, which included aviation, bicycle and pedestrian, ferry, public transportation and rail. As GoTriangle’s president and CEO, he helps direct more than 200 dedicated employees, providing service with 73 buses, 67 vanpool vans and 20 paratransit vehicles in Wake, Durham, Orange, Johnston and Alamance counties.

With almost 20 years of transportation planning and program management experience at NCDOT, Amtrak, Parsons Brinckerhoff and the N.C. Railroad Company, he’ll also help direct planning for the proposed 17-mile Durham-Orange Light-Rail Transit Project between UNC Hospitals, Duke University, the Duke and VA Medical Centers, downtown Durham and East Durham. He is also leading the agency’s supporting efforts on the completion of Wake County’s Transit Plan. Jeff holds an MBA from Wake Forest University and an undergraduate degree from the University of North Carolina at Wilmington. He and his family live in Raleigh.

ABOUT GOTRIANGLE:

GoTriangle operates regional bus and shuttle service, paratransit services, ridematching, vanpools and provides commuter resources. With 14 regional routes, eight weekday express routes and three on-demand shuttles they provide over 1.6 million rides a year in the Triangle area.

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