Pasadena Transportation Director Laura Rubio-Cornejo Appointed General Manager of the City of Los Angeles Department of Transportation.
By News Desk
Laura Rubio-Cornejo, Director of Transportation for the City of Pasadena, has been appointed to serve as General Manager of the Department of Transportation for the City of Los Angeles. Her last day with the City of Pasadena will be September 15.
“It has been an honor and privilege to have served as Director of Transportation with Pasadena for the last four years. I am proud of the work that I have carried out, delivering multi-modal transportation options to the residents of Pasadena, and advancing the City’s goal of ensuring Pasadena will be a city where people can circulate without cars,” stated Cornejo.
City Manager Miguel Márquez said, “Laura has been a strong and steady leader and an integral part of the City’s management team, especially during our unprecedented COVID response and recovery efforts. She has been a remarkable steward of the City’s transportation assets, and a national leader in the transportation industry. Her strong work ethic, warm demeanor, and positive attitude has resulted in numerous accomplishments for the community we serve. She leaves a strong foundation for the City going forward.”
Cornejo credits the employees of the Pasadena Department of Transportation who are committed to providing residents with safe, efficient, and accessible transportation solutions.
Pasadena’s Department of Transportation’s most recent priorities include the Complete Streets Program; local transit providing and enhancing safe, reliable, seamless, and exemplary services, including Dial-A-Ride; parking, enhancing the efficiencies of on- and off-street parking management; and community services enhancing organizational and operational effectiveness, efficiency, and communication.
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