The Missouri Public Transit Association (MPTA) recently announced the election of Matt Crawford, Director of Transit for City Utilities of Springfield, to its Board of Directors. He will serve a two-year term.
Crawford has more than two decades of experience with City Utilities of Springfield, serving as a customer service representative, information technology specialist and transportation planner, before being named the director of transit in December 2018. He received a bachelor’s degree in communications from Drury University and Master of Business Administration from Webster University.
“The Missouri Public Transit Association is pleased to welcome Matt its Board of Directors,” said Kim Cella, executive director of the Missouri Public Transit Association. “His background and expertise will go a long way towards furthering the organization’s efforts to develop programming that facilitates education and networking among transit professionals throughout Missouri.”
Missouri Public Transit Association (MPTA) was established in 1980 as a Missouri non-profit corporation. It was formed to provide a unified voice for public and specialized transportation providers in Missouri and to work toward elevating the status of public transit as a national priority.