Gary L. Hausdorfer
...Gary L. HausdorferChairmanChief Executive OfficerMr. Hausdorfer
brings more than 25 years of leadership, knowledge and experience in moving major projects forward under public scrutiny, His
experience encompasses development, finance and management of multimodal transportation systems and state- of-the-art toll facilities that are both customer friendly and provide value and choices for commuters. » More ... « Brief ... Mr. Hausdorfer has extensive experience in the private sector as both a principal and senior executive.Prior to joining Cofiroute, he was president of The Diamond Group, a consulting firm specializing in public-private partnership development, corporate strategic planning and consultation to government and private industry.
many accomplishments was a key role in the successful acquisition and transfer to public ownership of the 91 Express Lanes
in Orange County, Calif. As a former chairman of the Orange County Transportation Authority, Mr. Hausdorfer has intimate understanding of the pressing transportation needs facing fast growing metropolitan regions, and the solutions that are the hallmarks of mobility.As a former chairman and director of the Eastern-Foothill Transportation Corridor Agency (TCA), Orange County's successful toll road system that employs the latest in automatic tolling technology, Mr. Hausdorfer was a founding member of a board of directors that created and shaped a historic public agency whose roads are privately financed - a model of public-private partnership.
tenure, Orange County's
transportation system expanded into a modern multi-modal system offering a wide variety of choices for commuters, including toll roads, commuter rail and the number one bus transit system in the United States.At Cofiroute, Mr. Hausdorfer brings extensive experience in business, finance, transportation, public works, government, and land use planning to ensure that Cofiroute stays at the forefront of toll operations, customer service, and technology in the toll and transportation industry.He
continues to promote public private partnerships as a solution to the enormous unfunded transportation needs in the U.S.Mr. Hausdorfer's history of public service includes serving nearly 17 years as Mayor of the City Council of San Juan Capistrano, Calif.He
has been honored with numerous awards, including the prestigious Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Award, which he
received at a White House ceremony in 1990.