ANTIOCH, CA — On April 20th, Eastern Contra Costa Transit Authority (Tri Delta Transit) CEO Jeanne Krieg was honored by the California Association for Coordinated Transportation (CalACT) in Newport Beach at the CalACT spring conference.
CEO Jeanne Krieg, a 31-year veteran of the transportation industry, was awarded a spot on the CalACT Wall of Excellence. The Wall of Excellence recognizes individuals who have had a long and distinguished career in public transportation and have made outstanding contributions to CalACT and the transportation industry.
“Under the leadership of CEO Jeanne Krieg, Tri Delta Transit is a very forward thinking and innovative agency,” says Chair of the Board of Directors Ken Gray. “Tri Delta Transit has been first adaptors of electric and hydrogen technology, use of various app technology, and in the forefront of employee practices to retain employees and create an optimal work environment.”
The California Association for Coordinated Transportation is a statewide, non-profit organization that represents the interests of small, rural and specialized transportation providers. CalACT, who have been in existence since 1984, promotes: striving for professional excellence in the field of transportation; that mobility is essential to the freedom and quality of life for everyone; and that agencies can create solutions by working together. CalACT acts as advocates for the industry, provides resources, sponsors conferences that promote idea and knowledge sharing, and implements programs such as bus procurement cooperative.
“I was surprised and humbled by this recognition from my industry,” says Jeanne Krieg. “All of the employees and board members at Tri Delta Transit are a part of this award: their support, dedication, and hard work are what makes our agency successful.”
Join Tri Delta Transit in congratulating CEO Jeanne Krieg as Tri Delta Transit also congratulates the other award winners honored by CalACT.
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