Board Re-Elects District 10 Representative Felicia Franklin Warner as Vice Chair

For Immediate Release:
February 6, 2020

Board Re-Elects District 10 Representative
Felicia Franklin Warner as Vice Chair
New Chief Mobility Officer Previews 2020 ATL Roadmap
ATLANTA – At its Board Meeting today, the Atlanta-Region Transit Link Authority (ATL) Board of Directors moved forward with the annual election of its Vice Chair, received updates on the proposed ATL 2020 Strategic Road Map and the regional bus stop signage implementation project.

The Board re-elected Clayton County Commissioner and District 10 Representative, Felicia Franklin Warner as Vice Chair. “The board is pleased to have Commissioner Franklin-Warner continue to serve as our Vice Chair and we look forward to her continued leadership contributions as we work towards a more seamless and connected transit network,” said Charlie Sutlive, ATL Board Chair.

Adelee Le Grand, the new Chief Mobility Officer of the ATL, previewed the proposed 2020 ATL Strategic Roadmap. The ATL Roadmap provides a high-level framework and guide that will build upon the ATL’s guiding principles and the Atlanta Regional Transit Plan (ARTP) and Audit. The ATL Roadmap will address a series of strategic priorities and actions for future planning in 2020. Ms. Le Grand stated that a key component of the ATL roadmap is listening and learning from regional transit operators and she has begun early discussions with key transit stakeholders to gain their feedback.

“As we kick off 2020, it is important that we learn from other transit providers on how the ATL can bring added value and what are the common needs shared amongst our partner agencies,” stated Adelee Le Grand, Chief Mobility Officer. “We already know that two key focus areas are the need to streamline the transit planning process and our collective goal of improving the customer experience through project selection and implementation.”

Executive Director Chris Tomlinson and Chief Financial Officer Monique Simmons gave an update on the amended FY 2020 and FY 2021 Governor’s Budget Recommendation. Additionally, Executive Director Tomlinson presented updated information on the implementation of new regional bus signage.

The next meeting of the Atlanta-Region Transit Link Authority (ATL) Board of Directors is scheduled for April 9, 2020.

About Chief Mobility Officer Adelee Le Grand

Adelee Le Grand is a Vice President at Transdev and serves the ATL as the Chief Mobility Officer in an Executive on Loan capacity. She most recently served as the Chief Strategy Officer in service to the New Orleans Regional Transit Authority where her responsibilities included developing the first Strategic Mobility Plan for the New Orleans Region and providing oversight to the Planning Department. Prior to joining Transdev, Adelee served as Vice President with AECOM Strategic Planning and Advisory Group, North America. In this capacity she has provided services and led projects for MARTA, the Atlanta Beltline, City of Atlanta and GDOT, where she also worked as an employee earlier in her career. Adelee is a member of the American Planning Association, Conference of Minority Transportation Officials (COMTO), and the American Public Transportation Association (APTA). She currently serves on the Board of Directors of both COMTO and APTA. Adelee is a certified planner under the American Institute of Certified Planners and holds a Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering and a Master of Science in Transportation Studies from Morgan State University.

About the Atlanta-Region Transit Link Authority

The ATL was created by the Georgia General Assembly during the 2018 legislation session to provide coordinated transit planning and funding for the metro Atlanta region. The ATL is responsible for developing the ATL Regional Transit Plan, as well as identifying and prioritizing the projects and initiatives required to develop region-wide transit. The ATL is also charged with creating a unified regional transit system brand. The population of metro Atlanta is growing rapidly and projected to add an additional 2.5 million residents by 2040. The ATL is a critical step towards more efficient and effective transit and mobility in the region. For more information on the ATL, visit and follow us on Twitter and Facebook.


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