On July 1, 2017, Mark became the new global Chief Development Officer for the Transdev Group. His focus is growing the business worldwide as well as extending growth locally in the 19 countries where Transdev currently operates.
Mark Joseph is an accomplished business and civic leader. He has over 30 years of leadership experience in public transportation across the U.S. and Canada, and more recently South America. He has also served to lead public transport efforts in the UK and Ireland.
As CEO, Mark built Transdev into the largest multi-modal transportation company in North America, operating bus, rail, paratransit, shuttle and taxi companies under contract to 200 cities, counties, airports and universities. The company operates public transportation contracts in many leading cities, including San Francisco, Los Angeles, Seattle, San Diego, Phoenix, Denver, New Orleans, Atlanta, Long Island, New York and more. Transdev also has recently expanded services in the Detroit area including operating contracts for the M-1 light rail project and DDOT paratransit services.
Mark served as Chairman of the Governor’s Advisory Council on Privatization for the State of Maryland, and held a number of gubernatorial appointments, including committees on insurance, tourism and economic development.
Mark has served as Chairman of the Governor’s Advisory Council on Privatization for the State of Maryland, numerous gubernatorial appointments, including committees on insurance, tourism and economic development, and on numerous Boards of Directors of public, private and non-profit organizations, including the Johns Hopkins University Carey Business School Advisory Board, Digital Dispatch (listed company), Enterprise Wireless Association, and Spectrum Access. He currently serves on the Cornell Program Infrastructure Policy Advisory Board, the Highline Advisory Board, the Ruppert Landscape Board, is a member of the Board of the University of Maryland Medical Center, the Energy Security Leadership Council, and the Greater Washington Board of Trade. Mark has lectured several times at the Wharton Business School, as well as Johns Hopkins, Cornell University, and the Kennedy School at Harvard University.
Global Chief Dev. Officer, Trandev