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Guest on The Infra Blog: Jeff Morales, California High-Speed Rail Authority

Posted by Steve Anderson on Tuesday, March 26th, 2013

Jeff Morales, the Chief Executive Officer of the California High-Speed Rail Authority, has a distinguished record of experience managing large and complex transportation issues and projects.  As the former Director of the California Department of Transportation, Morales managed a $10 billion program and more than 23,000 employees working to build, maintain and operate the largest state transportation system in the U.S.

Morales is the past executive vice president of the Chicago Transit Authority where he spearheaded major reforms at the nation’s second-largest transit agency.  His experience at the federal level includes serving as a member of President-Elect Obama’s transition team focusing on transportation, Vice President Al Gore’s National Performance Review, the White House Commission on Aviation Safety and Security, the United States Department of Transportation and as U.S. Senate staff. He most recently was Senior Vice President of Parsons Brinckerhoff , where he worked with transportation agencies across the United States and internationally to develop and implement major capital programs.

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