New York MTA Names First Chief Accessibility Officer – Administration


Quemuel Arroyo

New York MTA

New York’s Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) introduced the appointment of Quemuel Arroyo as the primary all-agency chief accessibility officer.

Arroyo could have major duty for all issues pertaining to accessibility, with an emphasis on deploying expertise options that can be utilized by each New York Metropolis Transit and the commuter railroads. He will even work to broaden public consciousness round what constitutes a incapacity and the assorted methods wherein completely different disabilities can impression transit riders.

“Quemuel is immensely proficient and can present invaluable strategic steerage and management on a spread of accessibility associated endeavors,” stated MTA Chairman and CEO Patrick Foye. “The MTA has made vital strides on accessibility points in recent times, significantly within the realm of increasing the variety of accessible subway stations all through the system and launching revolutionary pilots that facilitate entry to our system for all riders, however we nonetheless have a lot work to be achieved. Quemuel will assist us suppose extra holistically about what accessibility appears to be like like throughout the system and advance and execute core objectives.”

Arroyo beforehand served in an identical capability on the New York Metropolis Division of Transportation and most just lately was interim president and world head of group for GetCharged Inc, overseeing strategic partnerships and authorities relations.

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