Mason Transit Announces Two New Managers

Submitted by Mason Transit Authority

Completing its management team, Mason Transit Authority (MTA) has promoted Jason Rowe to the role of operations manager and hired Paul Bolte as its maintenance manager.

Jason Rowe. Photo courtesy: Mason Tranist

Rowe has been with Mason Transit since 2013 and has served as a dispatcher and most recently as the communications center supervisor. He was instrumental in redesigning the transit agency’s website and bringing new technologies to the community with the addition of the new Dial-A-Ride app and real-time vehicle location tools.

“Jason’s knowledge of MTA and his vision for moving the organization forward to meet the changing needs of our community makes him a valuable member of our leadership team,” said Amy Asher, MTA general manager.

Mason Transit Paul Bolte Headshot
Paul Bolte. Photo courtesy: Mason Tranist

As maintenance manager, Bolte will be responsible for overseeing the maintenance of MTA’s vehicle fleet, buildings and park-and-rides. Bolte comes to MTA with 25 years of fleet and facilities management experience with an extensive background in training, building maintenance, supervision, customer service and fleet management. He previously served as the fleet and facilities maintenance manager at Around the Sound Transportation.

“Paul’s enthusiasm for doing excellent work in the most efficient and cost-effective manner will serve MTA well, and we are thrilled to have him join the team,” Asher said.

Mason Transit provides no-fee transit services within Mason County, including both fixed route bus services and Dial-A-Ride services, available to all county residents.

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