The Transportation Management Association of Chester County has appointed three new people to its Board of Directors: Steve Bolt, Vice President of Transportation at Burns Engineering; Nathan Cline, Office Director at Pennoni; and Katherine Donnelly, Director of Plant Operations at West Chester University.
These three join a board of individuals representing businesses, universities, municipalities, engineering firms, and transportation and governmental agencies that provide guidance to fulfill the TMACC mission to “activate, foster, and facilitate cooperation between the public and private sectors … that reduce congestion and improve air quality.”
Bolt’s extensive experience includes major highway design projects, environmental impact statements and assessments, route location design, traffic signal system design projects, construction management, highway safety improvement programs, stormwater management, and traffic operations studies.
He has been involved in more than 50 major highway and intersection improvement projects in the tri-state area. In addition to serving on the TMACC Board, Bolt leads the Design Technical Advisory Group for the Pennsylvania State Transportation Innovation Council in developing and implementing cost-effective and innovative project design technologies throughout the state. He is also a Past-President of the American Council of Engineering Companies of Pennsylvania.
At Pennoni’s West Chester office, Cline is responsible for public and private client services and business development efforts and for managing the success and growth of the staff and projects. He serves as township engineer for many of Pennoni’s municipal clients in both Chester and Delaware counties.
He has managed a wide array of projects, including a $2.5 million athletic field complex in Concord Township, multiple successful grant applications, annual road programs of more than $400,000, road replacement projects, UCC reviews and inspections, storm and sanitary sewer capital projects, subdivision/land development reviews, and construction observation.
At WCU, Donnelly, who holds a master’s degree in mechanical engineering, is responsible for facilities maintenance in the Plant Operations Department. This includes management of trades, energy management, auxiliary maintenance, and small projects management. Previously, she was the Senior Property Management Specialist at Exelon and Assistant Facilities Manager at Longwood Gardens.
“These individuals and their experience will be invaluable assets as we work to reduce congestion and improve air quality in Chester County,” said Tim Phelps, Executive Director of TMACC. “We are excited to have these new additions to our dynamic Board of Directors.”