The top administrator for the Bay Area Rapid Transit System says her predecessor’s pay of $330,000 last year despite not working a single day warrants a review.
Bay Area Rapid Transit’s highest-paid employee last year earned more than $330,000 — even though she didn’t work a single day for the public agency.
Bay Area Rapid Transit directors voted 8-1 Wednesday to appoint former Seattle transportation chief Grace Crunican as BART’s new general manager.
The financial fallout appears to continue for BART, following the recent and very public – not to mention expensive – exit of general manager Dorothy Dugger.
BART directors voted 6-3 Thursday to hire former general counsel Sherwood Wakeman to serve as the transit agency’s interim general manager until it finds a permanent replacement for Dorothy Dugger, who announced her resignation on Wednesday.
Bay Area Rapid Transit General Manager Dorothy Dugger submitted a letter of resignation Wednesday morning and will step down on April 22, BART officials said.
Negotiations are underway that could lead to the exit of BART General Manager Dorothy Dugger.
The BART Board has made public what has been an open secret for two weeks: that there was an attempt to fire the system’s general manager.
BART General Manager Dorothy Dugger on the future of the transit system, including a number of upcoming projects.