The PCTPA Board of Directors unanimously selected Mike Luken to succeed Celia McAdam as the first new Executive Director in more than 20 years.
Mike Luken comes to PCTPA with more than 20 years of experience in local government. Most recently, Mike served as the Deputy Director of the Yolo County Transportation District.
“I’m excited about this terrific opportunity to serve in the Placer region where I live. Transportation is such an integral part of our community’s quality of life, and I look forward to continuing to deliver these projects to our community” says Mike. Mike has also worked in transportation planning and economic development for the Cities of West Sacramento and Sacramento, Yolo County, and as the Director of the Port of West Sacramento.
PCTPA is focused on improving the regional transportation network in Placer County. Some of their accomplishments include the construction of the SR 65 Lincoln Bypass, the reconstruction of the I-80/Sierra College Boulevard and I-80/Douglas Boulevard Interchanges, expansion of transit options for senior and disabled residents, and the widening of the I-80 Bottleneck through Roseville.
Celia McAdam ends her tenure on a high note, as the construction of the first phase of the I-80/SR 65 Interchange including widening of SR 65 northbound from I-80 to Pleasant Grove Boulevard kicks off in May.