Later this year, the Pioneer Valley Transit Authority will be in new hands. Mary MacInnes is stepping down later this spring. She’s led the agency since 2006, overseeing public transit in Hampden and Hampshire Counties.
MacInnes took over at a tumultuous time. The previous administrator was ousted after the PVTA’s offices were raided by federal investigators in a bid-rigging scandal. MacInnes said the agency is in a strong position now, compared to when she took charge.
Click the audio player above to hear PVTA Administrator Mary MacInnes interviewed by New England Public Radio’s Henry Epp.