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General Joe Weber

Wrong General Joe Weber?

Executive Director

Local Address: AUSTIN, Texas, United States
TxDOT
150 E Riverside Dr.
Austin , Texas 78704
United States

 
Background

Employment History

Education

  • bachelor's degree
    Texas A&M University
  • master's degree
    The University of Texas at Austin's Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs
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General Joe Weber as guest ...
www.guidrynews.com, 19 June 2015 [cached]
General Joe Weber as guest speaker.
Weber, who is retired from the United States Marine Corps, was named to TxDOT's leadership position in April of 2014.
BayTran Board Member Delvin Dennis introduced Weber, noting Weber's accomplishments and efforts during the recent legislative session.
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Koslov said Weber's discussed funding at the state level for transportation.
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Weber also discussed Proposition 7, a constitutional amendment on the November ballot that if approved, would provide sales and use tax revenue and motor vehicle sales tax revenues to the state highway fund to provide funding for non-tolled roads and the reduction of transportation-related debt.
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For local projects, Weber discussed the importance of State Highway 146, stating that it will move forward. He also mentioned the importance of addressing freight movement at the port.
Weber concluded noting that TxDOT's need to be considered as a transportation organization, including freight, rail, and not just "roads and bridges", and address transportation as a system.
The way Joe Weber sees it, ...
www.infrastructuretexas.org, 19 May 2014 [cached]
The way Joe Weber sees it, the state transportation agency needs to increase financing for commuter and freight projects if it is to build the infrastructure that Texans are going to want and need in the decades ahead.
"That's going to be hard to do," Weber said.
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"That's embarrassing to me," Weber said.
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Weber, a retired Marine Corps lieutenant general, last week spoke with The Dallas Morning News about his philosophies on the future of Texas transportation.
Weber was most recently the vice president of student affairs at Texas A&M, his alma mater. Like Wilson, Weber is not an engineer and doesn't have a transportation-focused background.
But, he said, his 36-year tenure in the Marines included overseeing a host of construction work, military base installations and infrastructure projects.
"So it's not new to me," he said.
Weber said that meeting transportation needs isn't just about making sure Texans get to work. He said the future stability of the state's economy will rely on businesses, workers and consumers being able to connect through all modes of transport.
"It's about economic development," he said.
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Weber said the agency needs to work closely with local authorities - including other transportation agencies - to better plan for future needs and projects. He said the agency will have to continue to explore new ways to finance projects. And emerging technologies such as automated cars could also lead to innovations that relieve congestion in less costly ways to the agency.
"We're really in a window of opportunity," Weber said.
Joe Weber, Texas ...
carfreeaustin.com, 15 April 2014 [cached]
Joe Weber, Texas A&M executive and retired Marine general, to lead TxDOT [Ben Wear, Austin-American Statesman, April 4]
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Weber has no background in the transportation industry. But in an interview with the American-Statesman, he said that in many of his more than 20 postings as a Marine, he dealt extensively with road and rail issues.
Joe Weber, who resigned to ...
www.kbtx.com, 27 May 2015 [cached]
Joe Weber, who resigned to accept the position of chief executive officer (CEO) of the Texas Department of Transportation.
Joseph Weber: executive ...
kxan.com, 6 Oct 2014 [cached]
Joseph Weber: executive director, Texas Department of Transportation
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