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 The Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority (VTA) Board of Directors elected VTA Director and San José City Councilman, Ash Kalra, as Chair for 2014 and VTA Director and Gilroy City Councilman, Perry Woodward, as Vice Chair.

Director Kalra served as Vice Chair for 2013 and will replace outgoing Chair Joe Pirzynski, a Los Gatos Town Councilman. He has been on the VTA Board of Directors since 2009 and has been a member of VTA’s Administration and Finance Committee, where he served as vice chair in 2012 and as chair in 2013.  Kalra was elected to the San Jose City Council in 2008 representing Council District 2 (South San Jose).

“I’m excited to lead the VTA Board of Directors in 2014,” Kalra said. “VTA has an exciting year ahead from furthering work on the BART extension to Silicon Valley, to establishing Bus Rapid Transit throughout the County, to working with a new General Manager. I’m looking forward to partnering with the community, VTA employees and others to make transportation even better throughout Santa Clara County and the region.”

Director Woodward also served on the VTA Board of Directors in the past year and on VTA’s Administration and Finance Committee. He is the Mayor Pro Tempore of Gilroy, and was elected to the City Council in 2007. He has served on the VTA Board of Directors since 2010.

“VTA is facing an exciting future, and I’m happy my colleagues have expressed the confidence in me to help guide it through the upcoming year,” Woodward said. “VTA will need to think creatively and act decisively to meet the growing demands of the traveling public. It will take the Board’s leadership and guidance to keep VTA moving down the right path.”Both Kalra and Woodward serve on Caltrain’s Peninsula Corridor Joint Powers Board as well.


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