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Victory Worldwide Transportation Inc
Victory Worldwide Transportation Inc
1045 Cranbury South RIver Road
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Jim Simpson became a valuable addition to the company, working full time while attending St. John's University, where he graduated Magna Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Science degree.
While in school, Jim worked as a packer, van foreman and long haul tractor-trailer driver and salesperson.
Upon graduating, Jim began a career as a national account sales manager and a partner in the firm and subsequently he became the sole stockholder.
In less than a decade, Victory grew to become the largest international agent of United Van Lines
and was recognized by numerous organizations for service excellence.
2005 - Present
In December, 2005, Jim Simpson, the owner, retired from Victory and was appointed by President George W. Bush as the Administrator of the Federal Transit Administration and confirmed by the United States Senate.
In January, 2010, Governor Chris Christie of New Jersey appointed Jim Simpson as a member of his cabinet as the State Commissioner of Transportation which included serving as Chairman of New Jersey Transit, Chairman of the New Jersey Turnpike Authority, Chairman of the South Jersey Transportation Authority, Chairman of the Transportation Trust Fund Authority, Chairman of Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission and a member of the board of the NJ Motor Vehicle Commission and the State Planning Commission.
In June of 2014, Jim Simpson stepped down as New Jersey's Commissioner of Transportation and now serves as Chairman of the Board at Victory Worldwide Transportation and its related entities.
Press Releases | Spartan Solutions
Spartan Solutions, LLC, an infrastructure development and management firm, congratulates James Simpson, Spartan Solutions' former chairman and co-founder, on his recent confirmation by the New Jersey Senate as Department of Transportation (DOT) Commissioner.
The New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) is responsible for maintaining and operating the State's highway and public road system, planning and developing transportation policy and assisting with rail, freight and intermodal transportation issues.
"The entire Spartan team and I wish James Simpson the very best in his new job as DOT Commissioner," says Mysore Nagaraja, Spartan Solutions Co-founder and Chairman.
"I am sure the people of New Jersey, the engineers and the construction industry will benefit from Mr. Simpson's
transportation experience and vast knowledge of both the public and private sector.
It was a pleasure for me and my fellow members, Sherry Little and Severn Miller, to work with Jim
during the establishment of Spartan Solutions
Mr. Simpson served as Administrator of the Federal Transit Administration from August 2006 to November 2008 and he is the former CEO of Victory Worldwide Transportation, an international commercial transportation company.
was appointed by former New York Governor George Pataki to serve as Commissioner of the New York State Metropolitan Transportation Authority
He is also a former chairman of the St. Lawrence Seaway Advisory Board.
New Jersey Transit
James S. Simpson
Transportation Commissioner &
NJ TRANSIT Board Chairman
NEWARK, NJ - Following Transportation ...
NEWARK, NJ - Following Transportation Commissioner and NJ TRANSIT Board Chairman James Simpson's call for a speedy resolution to customer and bicycle advocates' concerns about bike access at train stations, the NJ TRANSIT Board of Directors today adopted a new Bike Aboard Program that expands travel options for cyclists effective July 1, 2012, enabling them to bring their bicycles onboard trains at all stations.
"We heard from many customers who felt that NJ TRANSIT's bicycle policy was too restrictive to make riding their bikes to and from train stations a viable option," said Commissioner Simpson."In taking a fresh look at the existing policy, we found that some simple adjustments would enable us to significantly expand access for our bicycle-riding customers."
In response to customer feedback and comments from the bicycling community, Commissioner Simpson and Executive Director Weinstein asked the North and South Jersey Transportation Advisory Committees (TACs) to review NJ TRANSIT's existing bicycle policy and make recommendations that could safely reduce restrictions limiting bicycle access on trains.
The Board also elected Commissioner ...
The Board also elected Commissioner James Simpson of the New Jersey Department of Transportation, as Vice Chair; the Honorable Louis Cappelli, Esq., Freeholder-Director of Camden County, as Secretary; and the Honorable Diane Ellis- Marseglia, Bucks County Commissioner, as Treasurer.
James Simpson is currently the Commissioner at the New Jersey Department of Transportation.
In his capacity as Commissioner, Simpson serves as Chairman of NJ TRANSIT, the New Jersey Turnpike Authority, the South Jersey Transportation Authority, and the Transportation Trust Fund Authority.
He also serves on the Motor Vehicle Commission Board and New Jersey's three Metropolitan Planning Organizations' Boards.
Prior to his service as a Commissioner, Simpson served as Administrator of the Federal Transit Administration after being appointed to the position by President Bush.
There, his primary duties included: serving as the nation's Chief of public transportation; approving the funding of transportation infrastructure projects; communicating the Administration's key initiatives on public transportation; and disseminating policy guidance to Congress and transportation stakeholders.
Freeholder Director Cappelli is a lifetime resident of Collingswood, NJ and joined the Camden County Freeholders in 2003.
While serving in this role, he implemented such progressive measures as the Neighborhood Preservation Program, the Duplex Conversion Program, and expanded community recreation and arts programs.