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General Joseph F. Weber

Environmental Scientist

Parsons Corporation

HQ Phone: (626) 440-2000

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Parsons Corporation

100 West Walnut RM T-939

Pasadena, California 91124

United States

Company Description

Parsons, celebrating more than 70 years of growth in the engineering, construction, technical, and professional services industries, is a leader in many diversified markets with a focus on infrastructure, industrial, federal, and construction. Parsons del ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Texas A&M University - Commerce

Reveille Club

Environmental Compliance Specialist

Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton

Executive Director

Texas Department of Transportation

Rf Engineer

Marines Corp

Affiliations

Member
Christian Mothers Society of St. Agnes Church

Education

Aggie

Texas A&M

Texas A&M University

Gov

A&M

bachelor's degree

Texas A&M University

master

public administration

University of Texas

master's degree

LBJ School of Public Affairs at the University of Texas

master's degree

The University of Texas at Austin's Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs

master’s degree

LBJ School of Public Affairs at the University of Texas

zoology degree

A&M

Web References (110 Total References)


North Tarrant Express (NTE) Community Involvement

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Pictured in photo (from left to right): Tony Hartzel, Public Information Officer, TxDOT; Robert Hinkle, Director of Corporate Affairs, NTE Mobility Partners/Cintra; Jodi Hodges, Public Information Officer, TxDOT; Brian Barth, Fort Worth District Engineer, TxDOT; Heather DeLapp, Regional Public Relations Manager, Ferrovial Agroman; General Joe Weber, Executive Director, TxDOT


In what appears to be a ...

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In what appears to be a contradiction with Texas House Speaker Joe Straus' announcement that his next budget will end all un-constitutional gas tax diversions to ensure taxes collected for roads indeed go to roads, Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) Executive Director Joe Weber recently signaled the need to depart from highway-only funding to use road taxes for rail.

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Weber told the Dallas Morning News that "it's going to take more than new roads to keep Texans traveling smoothly if population growth estimates prove true."
He also said TxDOT needs to increase funding for rail projects despite an environment where road dollars are already scarce. With the Department's shift to tolling, some of this money it plans to divert to rail will include toll revenues. Texans won't take kindly to paying tolls to fund rail that they can't or won't use.
Weber's position seems a contradiction in and of itself by acknowledging road funding is already inadequate to meet transportation needs, yet his plan to fix that is to steal yet more funding from roads to build rail. Weber did not respond to requests for clarification.
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The mixed messages state leaders are sending - Straus promising to end raid of gas tax for non-road purposes, while Weber is calling for road funds to go to rail - could torpedo the effort to get voters to approve more road funding this fall when Prop 1 appears on the ballot.


In what appears to be a ...

tollfreehighways.com [cached]

In what appears to be a contradiction with Texas House Speaker Joe Straus' announcement that his next budget will end all un-constitutional gas tax diversions to ensure taxes collected for roads indeed go to roads, Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) Executive Director Joe Weber recently signaled the need to depart from highway-only funding to use road taxes for rail.

...
Weber told the Dallas Morning News that "it's going to take more than new roads to keep Texans traveling smoothly if population growth estimates prove true."
He also said TxDOT needs to increase funding for rail projects despite an environment where road dollars are already scarce. With the Department's shift to tolling, some of this money it plans to divert to rail will include toll revenues. Texans won't take kindly to paying tolls to fund rail that they can't or won't use.
Weber's position seems a contradiction in and of itself by acknowledging road funding is already inadequate to meet transportation needs, yet his plan to fix that is to steal yet more funding from roads to build rail. Weber did not respond to requests for clarification.
...
The mixed messages state leaders are sending - Straus promising to end raid of gas tax for non-road purposes, while Weber is calling for road funds to go to rail - could torpedo the effort to get voters to approve more road funding this fall when Prop 1 appears on the ballot.


2014 | Representative Dan Flynn

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Upon hearing of further instances of harassment by the agency towards Mrs. Golden I contacted TxDot Commissioner Joe Weber, and in my letter I reiterated my concerns and discontent.


SETTP News Archives - Page 5 of 5 - SETTP

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Joe Weber, a vice president at Texas A&M University, was selected April 4 as the new executive director of the Texas Department of Transportation.

Weber will took over April 23 with a salary of $273,000, according to TxDOT documents.
He replaces former Executive Director Phil Wilson, who left in December to lead the Lower Colorado River Authority to replace outgoing General Manager Becky Motal.
The Texas Transportation Commissionâ€"the governing body for TxDOTâ€"voted to approve Weber as the new department head during a special-called meeting April 4.
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Weber is the right person at the right time to make a great agency even better.�
Weber will leave his post as vice president of student affairs for Texas A&M, where he is also a graduate. In addition, he has a master’s degree from the LBJ School of Public Affairs at The University of Texas.
At Texas A&M, Weber was in charge of strategic planning, direction and development of fiscal and human resources.
He also was responsible for crisis management and oversight of more than 900 student organizations.
Weber served 36 years in the military and was a lieutenant general in the United States Marine Corps where he was responsible for more than 75,000 marines and sailors. His other duties involved training, education and combat readiness of those in the military.
“As TxDOT continues its transformation in becoming a best-in-class agency, Gen. Weber is the right fit for this department,� Commissioner Jeff Moseley said in a news release. “The general’s proven track record and collaborative nature will help the department work even more closely with the legislature and other key transportation stakeholders.�

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