New TMACC Team Members Improving Chester County Transportation


The Transportation Management Association of Chester County (TMACC) recently welcomed several new staff members.

John Meisel is TMACC’s new manager of Transportation Operations and Planning, Jonathan Ewald, as Manager of Corporate and Community Relations, Shannon Maria Jones is the new manager of Member Services, Amanda Lozinak is now manager of Public Engagement, and Lorie Pye is the new Manager of Finance.

In his role as manager of Transportation Operations and Planning, Meisel will establish a Public Transportation Committee to review TMACC bus operations, activating the Pennsylvania Community Transportation Initiative (PCTI) Committee established by the Route 29/Great Valley Multi-Modal Study. He will also create a working group for the Paoli-Chester Valley Trail Connector Study.

7.12.2014 Jonathan Ewald
Jon Ewald

Meisel joins TMACC with a Master of Urban and Environmental Planning degree from the University of Virginia. He has over 12 years of planning and project management experience in the private and public sectors, and currently serves on Malvern Borough Council.

In his new role, Jon Ewald will work directly with corporate and municipal partners across Chester County to seek solutions to their transportation needs. While aiming to improve congestion and reduce travel times for commuters, he will also advocate for smart transportation development with an emphasis on multi-modal transit.

Shannon Maria Jones
Shannon Maria Jones

In her new role, Jones will enable TMACC to focus on current member’s transportation needs and grow the knowledge of the transportation patterns of Chester County’s business community.

Lozinak will be responsible for developing and communicating TMACC’s mission with the general public, business community, stakeholder groups and elected officials to gain support for TMACC programs and initiatives.

Amanda Lozinak
Amanda Lozinak

Pye manages the financial position of TMACC.  Her responsibilities include working closely with TMACC contractors, vendors and member services.  She provides and interprets financial information and manages accounting, budgets and grants for the organization.

The mission of the TMACC is to foster cooperation between the public and private sectors of Chester County to identify, evaluate and analyze significant transportation issues; and to serve a leadership role in the development and implementation of solutions that are broad-based, cost effective and timely.


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