Texas Central Expands Leadership Team in Houston
HOUSTON, TX Texas Central announces the appointments of Jeff Moseley as State Vice President and Michael Moore as Regional Vice President."With backgrounds in both private and public sector groups, Jeff and Michael bring a wealth of resources, knowledge and relationships to our already strong Houston team," said Tim Keith, Texas Central's Chief Executive Officer.
Moseley served four years on the Texas Transportation Commission. Before that, he was Chief Executive Officer of the Greater Houston Partnership.
From 1991-1999, Moseley served as Denton County judge. During that time, he led the passage of two mobility bond campaigns and organized the I-35 Corridor Coalition.
"I have lived and worked in both North Texas and Houston, dynamic regions that I know firsthand. I am extremely pleased to be on the team bringing an innovative transportation solution to our state that will connect half of Texas' population and drive tremendous economic impact," Moseley said.
Michael Moore, who served as Chief of Staff to former Houston, Texas, Mayor Bill White, also joined the team. During his career, Moore worked on numerous transportation issues, including synchronizing traffic lights and implementing SAFEClear mobility plan.
"High-speed train service will be a game-changer for Houston. Having served this city for years, focusing on making it a great place to live, work and play, I know that strengthening our transportation options in Houston will be transformative for citizens throughout Southeast Texas," Moore said."Momentum continues to grow, as more and more Texans learn about the important benefits of this Texas-based project. Texans want a safe, quick and predictable choice to get from Houston to North Texas and are jumping on board for the future of Texas," Keith said.
When completed, the high-speed train will generate $36 billion in economic development and 10,000 jobs during each year of construction of the 240-mile project.