Senior Appointments - Auckland Transport

General News | 06/08/2010

Senior appointments in Auckland Transport have been announced today by the Auckland Transition Agency. They are:

  • Chief Operating Officer: Fergus Gammie, currently Chief Executive of the Auckland Regional Transport Authority (ARTA).
  • Manager Strategy and Planning: Peter Clark, currently General Manager Strategy and Planning, ARTA.
  • Manager Communications and Public Affairs: Wally Thomas, currently Director Public Affairs, Waitakere City Council.
  • Manager Human Resources: John Woods, currently General Manager Organisation Performance, Auckland City Council.
  • Manager Road Corridor Operations: Andrew Allen, currently Group Manager, Transport Safety, Assets and Operations, Auckland City Council.
  • Manager Road Corridor Access: Alan Wallace, currently Group Manager Transport Infrastructure, North Shore City Council.
  • Manager Public Transport Operations: Mark Lambert, currently General Manager, Customer Services, ARTA.
  • Chief Infrastructure Officer: Dr Kevin Doherty, currently National Manager Professional Services at the New Zealand Transport Agency.
  • Manager Major Projects and Project Management Office: Rick Walden, currently Director Economic, Manukau City Council
  • Manager Property: Deborah Godinet, currently Group Manager CBD Projects, Auckland City Council.
  • Manager Finance: Stephen Smith, currently General Manager Corporate Services, ARTA.
  • Manager IT and Business Systems: Roger Jones, currently IT Manager, ARTA.
  • Chief Finance Officer: Brian Monk, currently Chief Operating Officer of the Auckland Regional Council.
  • Manager Community Transport: Matthew Rednall, currently Strategic Transport Planning Manager, ARTA.
  • Manager Asset Management & Programming: Andrew Finch, currently Transportation Manager (Special Projects), GHD Ltd

An appointment to the position of Interim Chief Executive, Auckland Transport, is yet to be announced.

ATA Executive Chairman Mark Ford said: "Transport is one of the biggest issues facing Auckland and this will be a key appointment."