This special edition of “TravelSafely with Bryan Mulligan” features the fourth installment of a limited series called “Coping with COVID”. Hosted by Bryan Mulligan, the President of Applied Information, “Coping with Covid” shares the stories and successes of people and organizations during these unprecedented times of dealing with the Covid-19 pandemic.
Joining Bryan on this installment is Marsha Anderson, General Manager for Capital Program Delivery at MARTA, to discuss how a large transit agency is coping with the COVID-19 pandemic.
Marsha Anderson Bomar/MARTA
Marsha Anderson Bomar is the General Manager for Capital Program Delivery at MARTA (Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority) in Atlanta, GA.
Formerly she was the executive director of the Gateway85 Community Improvement District (CID), the largest CID in the state of Georgia, where her focus was on mobility, infrastructure, safety, security, and economic development.
Prior to the CID, she was the founder and president of Street Smarts, a planning, engineering and design firm; and Data Smarts, a data collection and management firm, established in 1990, both of which she sold in 2010. Marsha is an International Past President of ITE and is past Chairman of ITE’s LeadershipITE, Technical Council Design Department, Policy Committee, and Transportation Planners Council. She has been the Chair of the Goods Movement Council and author of the Urban Travel Characteristics chapter of the Transportation Planning Handbook.
About Applied Information
Applied Information is a leading developer of connected, intelligent transportation system (ITS) solutions designed to improve safety, reliability and mobility. Applied Information’s Glance Smart City Supervisory platform allows cities to manage all their traffic and ITS assets on one web-based application. This includes 5 key areas: Traffic Intersections, School Beacons, Parking Guidance System, Mobile Vehicle Assets and ITS devices. AI’s Glance TravelSafely smartphone app connects drivers, cyclists and pedestrians for a safer commute.
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