MARTA Elects New Board Officers for 2023

Collie Greenwood

The Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA) board of directors recently elected new board officers for 2023.

Atlanta board members Robbie Ashe and Reginald Snyder announced at the December board meeting that they will be stepping down from the board, and Clayton County member Roberta Abdul-Salaam’s term is ending, effective in January. Ashe, a former chair, served on the board for 12 years, Ms. Abdul-Salaam for seven, and Snyder for two.

“MARTA would not be the system is it today without the leadership and passion of these board members,” said MARTA General Manager and CEO Collie Greenwood.

“Their contributions are many, but I want to specifically mention the expansion of service into Clayton County and the More MARTA Atlanta referendum and expansion as highlights,” Greenwood added. ”They have selflessly invested thousands of hours into improving this agency and the service we deliver. We thank them for their commitment to public transportation and they will be missed.”

The new Atlanta and Clayton board members will be welcomed at the January 2023 board meeting.

Also, beginning in the new year, Governor appointee Thomas Worthy will serve as board chair, and Clayton County representative Katie Powers will serve as vice chair.

Railfanning Review Podcast

Before you copy and paste this information to your website, please keep in mind this research took a lot of effort. Appreciate it. Learn from it. But do not plagiarize it. Yes, if you think we might be talking to you, we are.