Our Leadership


TranSystems is guided by a Board of Directors whose members represent leadership at the highest levels of the military, government and trade. A former Commander of Naval Air Forces, a retired Supreme Allied Commander for the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), and a former CEO of a large US flagshipping company, among other accomplished transportation professionals, join together to bring a wealth of knowledge and experience to the firm in each of the transportation markets we serve - rail, transit, states and municipalities, aviation, manufacturing and distribution, maritime, trucking, energy, the federal government. 

See below for a list of our board of directors. Select a board member's name to be taken to their respective professional biography.

TranSystems' executive leadership is focused on building a strong and professional organization with abundant opportunity for growth - in the services we provide, in the specialized markets we serve, and in the level of knowledge and expertise we contribute as a company to the transportation industry. See below for a list of our exeutive leadership. Selecting an executive leader's name will take you to the individual's professional biography.




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In The News

The January 2017 issue of RT&S features a look at the work TranSystems performed as part of the CREATE Program P1 project.
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On August 20, the Leadership Council of Southwestern Illinois presented the findings of a study on freight transportation in the St. Louis region. TranSystems' own Sara Clark discussed how the region has the ability to be a key distribution center for freight — keying in on opportunities for advancing investment in freight, logistics, and transportation in the area.
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In The Spotlight

TranSystems served as the program management engineer for the historic reconstruction of Chicago's Wacker Drive. click to read
James Eads’s double-deck Mississippi River crossing at St. Louis made history as the first major steel arch bridge in the world. Now crews have begun work on the first complete rehabilitation of the lower deck since the bridge opened, in 1874.

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