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Valley Metro Chief of Capital Development
Valley Metro is seeking a Chief of Capital Development to assist in executing Valley Metro’s mission to connect communities and enhance lives while planning, designing, building and operating a multi-modal transportation system. This is an opportunity to join one of the nation’s largest and most innovative transit systems. ABOUT VALLEY METRO Founded in 1983, Valley Metro was created to build and operate a regional public transportation network; in 2008, Valley Metro Rail opened with 20 miles, the largest light rail starter line in FTA history. The agency is led by two Boards of Directors consisting of elected officials from 19 cities and towns, as well as Maricopa County, who sets the policy direction of the organization. We are supported by


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