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Boyle previously served as T&I Deputy Division Manager, reporting to Matts. In this capacity, he helped oversee the firm’s rail and bus transportation practices, including vehicles, systems, transportation planning, transit operations and vehicle maintenance facilities. “Most notably, he played a critical role in building T&I’s burgeoning national systems group, which has grown exponentially in both size and geographic scope over the past 18 years,” STV said.
Boyle began his career in the engineering and maintenance department of a large public agency in Massachusetts. He has also served leadership roles at transit agencies in Missouri and Florida. He joined STV in 2000, and since that time “has left an indelible mark on a number of major transportation initiatives,” STV noted. Among these are the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority Green Line Light Rail Transit Extension Design-Build, Boston; South Transit Northgate Link and East Link Extensions, Seattle; Confederation Line LRT, Ottawa; Charlotte Area Transit System LYNX Blue Line Extension; and Houston METRORail.
“Over the years, with strong strategic vision and drive, Marty worked hand-in-hand with Bill to help shape and grow T&I,” said STV President and CEO Milo Riverso. “We are very fortunate to have Marty join our executive leadership team. Bill has been a major part of the firm’s growth for decades and has committed his time during this transition as Marty assumes the reins of T&I.”
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