Greg Strangeways makes the most of limited resources.

Greg has many years of experience planning transit services, and managing private parking and transportation operations. His experience as Deputy Director of Service Planning at the MBTA, one of the country’s largest transit agencies, was all about keeping up with increasing ridership while operating in a very fiscally constrained environment. During Greg’s tenure, service reallocations allowed MBTA bus passengers per hour to increase 23% in just six years. Throughout his MBTA career, Greg worked in consultation with elected and municipal officials, community groups, and transit customers.

Greg played a key role in implementing the MBTA’s Key Bus Route Improvement project, which optimized bus stop locations along with other improvements to accessibility, amenities, and operations. He also helped implement new weekend Late Night service and supported capital projects such as extensions of Boston’s Green and Silver Lines. During his private-sector work, Greg encouraged alternatives to driving, added new transit services, and achieved efficiencies in parking operations.