CCRTA Announces New Deputy Administrator

HYANNIS – The Cape Cod Regional Transit Authority has announced the appointment of a new deputy administrator.

Noah Berger, who has more than two decades working in public transportation agencies, will be responsible with overseeing all grant management and will work closely with Mass DOT and the Federal Transit Administration.

Berger will also be charged with advancing CCRTA policy, planning, innovation, and performance management efforts.

“We are pleased to have Noah as part of our CCRTA team and look forward to utilizing his extensive knowledge and experience in an effort to further improve public transportation on Cape Cod,” said Cape Cod RTA Administrator Tom Cahir,

“I have known and worked with him for approximately 20 years and have met very few individuals with a more advanced transit/transportation acumen. Our region will certainly benefit with his addition to our team.”

Berger has Masters Degrees in City Planning from M.I.T., and Philosophy from the State University of New York.

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