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NEPTA

HALL OF FAME

The NEPTA Hall of Fame award is a member association recognition who have made an outstanding contribution to the transit industry.

HALL OF FAME.

The NEPTA Hall of Fame award is a member association recognition who have made an outstanding contribution to the transit industry. Hall of Fame nominees must be selected by a member of the NEPTA Board of Directors and have a membership in good standing, made significant contributions to the transit industry, have a minimum of 20 years in the industry and have served in the northeast region of the transit industry.

Hall of Fame inductees will be recognized at the annual meeting and will receive a Lifetime Individual Membership.

The NEPTA Hall of Fame award is a member association recognition who have made an outstanding contribution to the transit industry. Hall of Fame nominees must be selected by a member of the NEPTA Board of Directors and have a membership in good standing, made significant contributions to the transit industry, have a minimum of 20 years in the industry and have served in the northeast region of the transit industry.

Hall of Fame inductees will be recognized at the annual meeting and will receive a Lifetime Individual Membership.

HALL OF FAME INDUCTEES.

2001

David Lee, CT Transit

George S Anzouni, Plymouth & Brockton Street Railway

J. David White, J. David White & Associates

2002

Raymond Gareau  Public Transit Management, Inc. 

 

2003

John Tibbetts, Greater Portland Transit District

Peter Picknelly, Peter Pan Bus Lines

2004

Ed Gallagher, American Seating Company

Larry Anzuoni Sr., Brush Hill Tours

2006

Peter Hefler, Greater Portland Transit District

Arthur Handman, Greater Portland Transit District

 

2007

Herbert Pence, HAP International

2010

John McDonough

Robert Rizzo

 

2011

Gary Thompson, Chittenden County Transit Authority

2012

Joseph J. Costanzo, Merrimack Valley Regional Transit Authority

2013

Michael Blondin, Brockton Area Transit

2014

Louis Schulman, Norwalk Transit District

2016

Michael Sanders, Connecticut Department of Transportation

2017

Joel S. Abraham, New Flyer of America

 

2011

Gary Thompson, Chittenden County Transit Authority

2019

Mark Gambaccini, GTS Inc.

ABOUT NEPTA.

The NorthEast Passenger Transportation Association (NEPTA) is a non-profit association of transit providers, vendors and industry specialists dedicated to promoting transit issues at the local, state, regional, and national levels. Our activities are funded solely by membership participation, and we are proud to sponsor programs such as the NEPTA Scholarship Award, which is available to dependents and employees of NEPTA member organizations.

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