Mendocino Transit Authority General Manager Bruce Richard retired Dec. 28, after a 31-year career with MTA. He was the guest of honor that day at a luncheon at MTA’s facility in Ukiah, and also attended an MTA board of directors meeting.
Richard began his career as MTA’s fourth general manager in 1981, having come to MTA from the Golden Gate Bridge District, where he worked as a senior planner. When he started with the agency, he inherited a fleet of old vehicles.
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