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Training Coordinator for SURTC
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P.O. Box 6050
Fargo, North Dakota,58108
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Practitioner and Consultant
American Public Transportation Foundation
Emeritus Board of Directors Member
UGPTI - News
Rob Lynch Joins UGPTI as Training Coordinator for SURTC(Jan 22, 2014)
Rob Lynch recently joined the UGPTI as training coordinator for the Small Urban and Rural Transit Center (SURTC). Robert Prince, vice president of transit business development at Archictecture, Engineering, Consulting, Operations and Management Transportation, spoke with transportation students at NDSU April 30 about a variety of transit issues. He also incorporated a message about diversity. Drawing from his experience...
Robert Prince Jr.,Practitioner/Consultantâ€¨
Mr. Robert H. Prince, Jr., Practitioner/Consultant
Robert Prince lends his time and expertise to the GannonConsult projects that allow him to continue to give back to the industry. He is well known for his quiet manner of teaching - the telling of stories that illustrate the questions and lessons learned. He listens carefully to what is said/and not said, and offers advice when asked. Bob has been a thoughtful advisor and mentor throughout his career. Read Mr. Robert H. Prince, Jr.â€™s Full Profileâ€¦ Robert Prince is President of Foot Prince, LLC, where he provides consultation services that span the industry, including transit operations, state of good repair, human resources and labor relations. Robert Prince was Vice President at AECOM, serving as Transit Business Development Director. He was involved with national transit issues and focused on state of good repair/capital needs assessments, security analyses, BRT development, and new-system operations start-up. Previous to AECOM, he served as the General Manager at the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority in Boston, culminating a 25-year career that began as a bus operator and progressed through over 20 jobs in the authority. As General Manager, Prince oversaw the management of over 6,500 employees, and transported over a million commuters each day. His book,Everyman: Foot Prince in the Snow tells the lessons of leading in the transit sector. Until 2015, he served as Chairman of the Conference of Minority Transportation Officials (COMTO), where he directed many successful programs and initatives during his 17+ years with the organization. Prince has received many awards among them "The Governor's Pride and Performance Award," "The Greater Boston Black Achievers Award," "The Consumer Affairs Annual Bell Ringer Awards for Excellence for Public Information through the Snow Guide," the "Heroes Among Us Award presented by the Boston Celtics," and WTS's Rosa Parks award for diversity.
Robert H. Prince, Vice President, AECOM
Mr. Prince inspired the a room full of members and supporters to be prepared for change, to document their story to share with the next generation, and to expect COMTO to evolve with the industry.
Robert Prince is the previous Board Chairman for COMTO National and was the first African American General Manager of Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority. As the MBTA General Manager, Robert spent over 25 years holding over 20 jobs culminating as the General Manager. As GM he provided the daily operations and administrative leadership for the MBTA. He was responsible for the establishment of all management policies and practices, and set standards of excellence to which all operations, compliance and administrative functions perform. He oversaw the management of over 6,500 employees, and transported over a million commuters each day. He is also author of "Everyman: Foot Prince in the Snow. In keeping with the mission, the Jacksonville Chapter provided a high quality professional development opportunity for over 45 members and guest. The breakfast was emceed by COMTOJAX Chapter President Endya Freeman. Robert Prince was formally introduced by Jacksonville Transportation Authority CEO, Nathaniel P. Ford. Pictured: COMTO JAX planning committee members Sherri Bar, (Sec) Terri Smith (Immediate Past President), Edrena Bell, Robert Prince (Professional Development Guest Speaker), Nathaniel P. Ford, ( CEO of Jacksonville Transportation Authority), Endya Freeman (Chapter President), Ida Blaylock (Treasurer) Sherman Rothwell. Mr. Robert Prince signing his book for a participant.