Reed Lanham has been named vice president of rail at Trinity Metro, where he will put new programs into place to elevate the quality, reliability, and consistency of Trinity Railway Express and TEXRail services.
Trinity Metro said that Lanham was selected following a competitive national search and joined Trinity Metro in 2015.
Trinity Metro is a transit agency in Fort Worth and serves the city of Fort Worth and its suburbs in Tarrant County.
Lanham has held a variety of leadership roles in rail, most recently as deputy vice president of rail, the agency said.
During his tenure, Lanham played a key role in the startup of TEXRail and successfully led Trinity Metro’s implementation of positive train control on both Trinity Railway Express and TEXRail.
For the last four years, Lanham has overseen TEXRail operations, and he brings 16 years of commuter rail experience to the position.
Get on the list.
Dallas Innovates, every day.
Sign up to keep your eye on what’s new and next in Dallas-Fort Worth, every day.