I am standing down as PTUA president on October 11th
Yes it’s true. I have decided not to renominate as the PTUA’s President, and will stand down at the Annual General Meeting on October 11th.
Basically, after nine years, I need a break.
It’s been fun, but all good things and all that. We’ll find out who will take over at the AGM — nominations aren’t due for a couple of weeks, but my assumption is that current secretary Tony Morton will nominate.
I’m still interested in transport issues, of course, and I’ll keep tweeting and blogging on them.
- Monday’s MX had a short article
- Tuesday’s Age had a print version of the above
- Australasian Bus & Coach
- Alan Davies (The Urbanist, Crikey blog): What next for the Public Transport Users Association? — a thought-provoking article. Sounds like Alan didn’t like the term “chief complainer” — I was highly amused by it, myself.