Mike Heiligenstein serves as the Executive Director of the Central Texas Regional Mobility Authority. The Central Texas Regional Mobility Authority, in short, is a well-known independent government firm that was launched back in 2002. The goal of the agency is to enhance the efficiency of Travis and Williamson Counties’ transportation systems. As the Executive Director, Heiligenstein leads a manageable team of hard-working professionals. He regularly travels throughout Texas to speak at forums that revolve around local infrastructure requirements. Infrastructure is becoming more and more of a pressing concern in the vast Lone Star State. He has significant knowledge that involves topics such as problematic road conditions and toll roads.
Heiligenstein has been a big part of the Central Texas Regional Mobility Authority since day one. He’s been the brain behind many in-depth projects since that time, too. He was in charge of the organization’s first mission. This was Williamson County’s 183A.
Heiligenstein is more than just a busy Executive Director. He’s the International Bridge, Tunnel and Turnpike Association’s President. He’s part of the Texas A&M Transportation Institute’s advisory board as well. That’s not to mention the fact that he was a diligent Williamson County public official for well over two decades. After he left his position as a public official, he landed his coveted Central Texas Regional Mobility Authority job.
The professionals who make up the team at the Central Texas Regional Mobility Authority are all highly impressive individuals. They know a lot about vital topics such as tolling, transportation, finance and communications. Since Heiligenstein is the Executive Director, he gets the opportunity to work alongside so many dedicated and capable people. Examples of these individuals are Deputy Executive Director Jeff Dailey, administrative assistant Laura Bohl, General Counsel Geoff Petrov, communications manager Jori Hayter, Chief Financial Officer (CFO) Bill Chapman, legal assistant Josephina Ibarra and executive assistant Deborah Melba. There are many other standout employees who are big parts of the firm’s achievements and successes as well. These people include Director of Operations Tim Reilly, toll operations specialist Norma Martinez and controller Mary Temple.
The Central Texas Regional Mobility Authority is an organization that’s consistently striving to make positive changes in the large transportation universe. That’s why the organization is constantly working on all kinds of projects. Roadway projects are a significant priority for the team. The organization’s roadway projects strive to strengthen drive times all around the Central Texas region.
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