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leader. He will be a
member of the firm's
geotechnical and tunnel technical excellence center, working
on tunnel projects
and leading the firm's
practice on the New
Nitschke
Austrian Tunneling Method. He has
more than 20 years of experience in
tunneling.
Luis A. Porrello has been named
senior vice president
and business development director
for WSP USA's West
Region, based in
Orange, CA. He has
more than 20 years
of civil engineering
Porrello
and transportation
infrastructure development experience,
most recently as senior vice president
and national transportation director
for a global consulting engineering
organization.
John Fisher, a WSP USA employee
since 2008, has been
named the company's
Northern California
district manager,
based in San Francisco. He has 20 years
of public policy,
legislative, project
Fisher
management and
community and intergovernmental relations experience on the local, state and
federal levels. Earlier he was manager of
government and community relations
for the San Francisco Bay Area Rapid
Transit District and legislative director to
a member of the House Transportation
and Infrastructure Committee.
Mel Sears has been named Northwest
Pacific district manager and Seattle office
area manager. A WSP
senior vice president
who joined the firm
in 2010, Sears most
recently served as
business development
Sears
director for its West
region. He has more than 30 years experience with architecture and engineering organizations including Portland's
Tri-County Metropolitan Transportation
District of Oregon.

CHICAGO-Jayne K. Deno has joined
Metra as its chief human resources officer. She has 20 years of human resources
experience, most recently as vice president of human resources, Americas, for
Oerlikon Fairfield in Lafayette, IN. Earlier she worked for Schneider Electric,
Ivy Tech Community College's Corporate College and General Motors/Delphi
Electronics and Safety.

CHICAGO-Quandel Consultants has
welcomed James R. Push, chief transportation engineer; James LeVan, senior
transportation engineer; and Dean
Smith, senior structural engineer.
Push, who was a
senior project manager of infrastructure
at AECOM for 25
years and earlier
worked for Wisconsin Push

DOT, will lead the firm in development
of studies and construction documents
for roadway improvement and site
development projects.
LeVan joins Quandel Consultants
with more than
27 years of civil engineering experience,
specifically roadway
design and management. He formerly
was a project manager
at AECOM and its
LeVan
legacy company URS
and a senior project engineer at AECOM
legacy company CTE Engineers.
Smith is a senior bridge engineer
and bridge inspection
team leader with more
than 16 years experience. Prior to joining
Quandel, he was a
senior structural engineer at AECOM and
its legacy company
Smith
URS.

BUFFALO, NY-The Niagara Frontier Transportation Authority (NFTA)
announced the appointments of Helen
Tederous as director, public affairs, and
Lyle Death (pronounced Deeth) as director, health, safety and environmental
quality.
Tederous joined
NFTA after 12 years as
vice president, corporate communications,
for a bank. Earlier
she was an anchor,
reporter and producer Tederous
for a Buffalo television
station.
Death was formerly
chief operating officer
of a fuel transport
company. He was also
director, safety, health
and environment services with an industrial gases company,
Death
managing national
environmental and health services support resources nationwide.
KANSAS CITY, MO-HNTB Corporation recently created a new operating division-the Mid-Atlantic Division, headed by Diana Mendes-and
appointed new presidents of two other
divisions: Phil Brake, Northeast, and
Charlie Herndon, Southeast. The company also named Michael Sweeney president of the East Region, overseeing the
Northwest, Mid-Atlantic and Southeast
divisions, and Michael Inabinet president
of the West Region, overseeing the Great
Lakes, Central and West divisions.
Since joining HNTB, Mendes has
served as transit
market sector leader,
a post she will continue to hold. She is a
member of the APTA
Board of Directors and
numerous committees, including vice
Mendes
chair of the Legislative
Committee.
Brake has been with HNTB for
15 years, formerly serving as Massachusetts office leader and most recently as
New England district leader.

Herndon was Florida district leader
since joining HNTB in 2014 and earlier served in many leadership roles at
another engineering consulting firm.
Sweeney has served as New York
office leader and Northeast Division
president since he joined the firm in
2012. He has 30 years of experience with
transit, transportation and construction
design and management programs.
Inabinet joined HNTB in 2005 as
a project manager in Austin, TX, and
served most recently as Southeast Division president.
Also, Dale McDaniel has joined
HNTB's Atlanta office
as senior project director and vice president.
He has more than
35 years of industry
experience, including
project and program
management and
McDaniel
design services for
airport, transit, highway and bridge
projects across the
southern U.S.
Darlene Gee, HNTB
Northern California
district leader, recently
was honored as
"Woman of the Year"
Gee
by the San Francisco

chapter of Women's Transportation
Seminar (WTS). Gee, a former president
of the WTS chapter, has worked in transportation for more than 35 years and
oversees four of the company's offices.

CHICAGO-Transdev North America
has named Jennifer
A. Coyne executive
vice president and
general counsel following the retirement
of the company's first
general counsel, Alan
B. Moldawer, after
Coyne
13 years. Coyne previously worked for United Airlines for
almost two decades.
FORT WORTH, TX-RATP Dev
North America and
McDonald Transit
Associates announced
the appointment of
Mike Anderson as vice
president of safety
and security. He has
extensive experience
Anderson
in the airline industry,
working specifically on safety and security issues.

CLASSIFIEDS
FOR SALE
SEVEN WELL-MAINTAINED 2009
ELDORADO CNG EZ-RIDER II BUSES
FOR SALE
PAUL REVERE TRANSPORTATION,
CHELSEA, MASSACHUSETTS
$80,000 USD
Price: $80,000 per Bus
VIN: Upon Request
Status: Used
Fuel Type: ISL-G CNG engine
Length: 35-foot
Engine: Cummins ISL G 250 HP with (4) tank CNG Pod
Capacity: 32 passengers with two wheelchair positions
Transmission: Allison B300R 5-speed
Description:
Seven well-maintained, 2009 ElDorado EZ-Rider

II 35-foot low floor CNG ADA-accessible transit buses
are for sale by Paul Revere Transportation of Chelsea,
MA. This EZ-Rider II bus design for CNG engines has
successfully completed Altoona-testing. These buses
were manufactured with all quality systems including Cummins ISLG 250 HP Engine; Allison B300R,
5-spped electronic transmission; Thermo King A/C
system, Webasto DBW 2020 heating system; ABS
brake system with S-cam Air brakes; complete ADA
package, including Q-Straint QRT Deluxe securement
with lap belt and shoulder harness, kneeling front
suspension, ramp and PA system with four speakers
and gooseneck microphone; Twin Vision Destination
signs (100% amber LED); and all the standard features
of a traditional public transit bus. The average mileage per bus is approximately 190,000.
Complete specifications and maintenance histories are available upon request. Interested buyers
may contact Richard Daley of Paul Revere Transportation at (617) 224-2615.

Three 2016 New Flyer Xcelsior 40-foot, low floor CNG Buses for Sale
Paul Revere Transportation, Chelsea, Massachusetts
$475,000 USD
Never Been In Service
Price: $475,000
Status: New
Length: 40.00 ft
Capacity: 39 Seated up to
43 Standees

VIN: Upon Request
Fuel Type: ISL-G CNG engine
Engine: Cummins ISL G CNG
Transmission: Allison B400R (with retarder)

Description:
Three brand new, NEVER USED IN SERVICE, 2016 New Flyer Xcelsior 40-foot, low floor, CNG,
ADA-accessible, heavy-duty transit buses are for sale by Paul Revere Transportation of Chelsea,
MA. These buses were manufactured by New Flyer in 2016 with all the quality standard features
the New Flyer Xcelsior is known for - Cummins engine, Allison transmission, Knorr brakes,
Thermo King A/C compressor and Grayson Thermal systems - plus a few notable upgrades that
will improve your passenger's experience namely:
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Digital LED destination signs at the front, side and rear of the bus, with the appropriate
hardware/software for programming the signs
Clever Devices Automatic Stop Announcement (ASA) system
A front bicycle rack with capacity for at least two bicycles
On-board USB charging outlets
On-board Wi-Fi internet access for passenger use
Fishwire and conduit for AVL GPS-based bus tracking and monitoring system

Complete specifications are available upon request. Interested buyers may contact Richard
Daley of Paul Revere Transportation at (617) 224-2615.

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