Michael Leue Assumes Responsibilities As Chief Executive Officer Of Alameda Corridor Transportation Authority

The newly appointed Chief Executive Officer of Alameda Corridor Transportation, Mr. Michael Lieu, has assumed his responsibilities at the company. According to the details released by the PR News Wire News Agency, the newly appointed CEO Michael Lieu was selected by the Alameda Corridor Transportation Authority (ACTA) Governing Board back in March, following an extensive nationwide research.

the newly appointed CEO Michael Lieu has got nearly 30 years of experience in design, management and leadership for railroads, ports and transportation agencies across the United States. Mr. Michael has also provided the corporate leadership to Fortune 500 companies by providing assistance in marketing, legal, personnel and financial affairs.

Mr. Lieu offers exceptional leadership skills that anticipates solutions to deliver excellence to stakeholders and customers.

Alameda Corridor Transportation Authority Chair and councilmember, Suzie Price said, “Mike brings vast experience to his new post and we are confident that he will put his knowledge of the San Pedro Bay Rail complex and railroad industry, as well as his working relationships with many of ACTA’s stakeholders, to good work.”

“Mike has the full confidence of the Board and we are anticipating great growth under his leadership,” Alameda Corridor Transportation Authority Chair and councilmember Suzie further added.

Sharing his thoughts over the new Appointment as Chief Executive Officer of Alamida Corridor Transportation Authority, Richard Lieu said, “I am excited to join ACTA. “My 40-year career in port and railroad engineering and executive experience at Fortune 500 companies provide a strong foundation to serve in this leadership role at ACTA. Having worked on rail operations planning and engineering on the Corridor since its inception and being a local community member, I bring an understanding of the history, and the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead.”

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