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CEO to Resign
METRO President & CEO George Greanias said he will resign effective Dec. 31. "Now is the right time for me to step down and create the next chapter in my career," said Greanias in his resignation letter to METRO Chairman Gilbert Garcia . Read More...
Greanias Reports on State of METRO
METRO President & CEO George Greanias reported on the state of METRO yesterday at the Greater Houston Partnership luncheon, saying that METRO has fixed problems, changed the way the agency does business and continues to make things work every day,with Read More...
Got a Minute? Here's George
METRO President & CEO George Greanias launches a video today on our website, a brief chat to update you on METRO's latest happenings. These video messages will be about a minute and will highlight what's happening at the agency to support Read More...
Watch METRO Matters: CEO Promotes Partnering
If you've been riding METRORail recently, you've probably hopped aboard one of our wrapped trains: the Reliant Energy one featuring Andre Johnson ; the green Museum District train; and, over the holidays, the Santa wrap promoting the Houston Downtown Read More...
Smart Transit...Maybe Even a Yak
METRO President & CEO George Greanias told business leaders yesterday that Houston needs smart transit - and he's determined to deliver it by bus, train, trolley, tram or even a yak. At a Greater Houston Partnership luncheon yesterday on the state Read More...
Greanias to Give State of METRO Address
METRO President & CEO George Greanias is scheduled to speak tomorrow on the State of METRO at the Greater Houston Partnership's luncheon. Greanias told KUHF/Houston Public Radio today that METRO has some ambitious goals it wants to meet. It expects Read More...
Mayor Rides Museum Train
Mayor Annise Parker rode METRORail this morning in a newly wrapped, green "Houston Loves Museums" train. At a news conference on the Museum District platform, she urged Houstonians to attend this Saturday's 15 th Annual Museum District Day Read More...
METRO President & CEO Returns to Work
Today, METRO President & CEO George Greanias returned to work, following a one-week suspension for violating METRO's electronic communications guideline. He released this statement today. Read More...
Greanias in the News
You may have heard or read in the news about what happened to George Greanias, our president & CEO. Click here to read more. Read More...
Embracing Diversity & Inclusion in the New Economy
"Diversity is a very difficult thing if it's going to be done well. Conferences like this remind us of our goal...and of how far we have to go," said METRO President & CEO George Greanias . Greanias was one of three keynote speakers Read More...
Join METRO on Fresh Air Friday
Join METRO as we celebrate Fresh Air Friday today at Jones Plaza at 615 Louisiana. Guest speakers include METRO President & CEO George Greanias and Mayor Annise Parker . We'll be hosting a hybrid bus and STAR commuter van display, along with an Read More...
An Interview with METRO CEO George Greanias
George Greanias, our president and CEO, tells Transit Intelligence that his past experiences - from college professor to lawyer to playwright - are all helping him run METRO. He even wrote a book on how to deal with boards of directors. When asked how Read More...
METRO Matters: George Greanias' Vision for the New METRO
George Greanias , METRO's president & CEO, has been leading the agency since last May. The Rice graduate has been a management consultant, city councilor, city controller, attorney, college professor and published playwright. And now he's Read More...
Greanias Asks Business Community for Support
George Greanias , METRO's president & CEO, asked leaders of the Houston business community to support public transit and to support METRO. He made those remarks today at a luncheon sponsored by the Greater Houston Partnership , a network of the Read More...
Update on University Line
Today's post was written by Margaret O'Brien-Molina, media relations specialist for the rail expansion program. Neartown residents gathered at St. Stephen's Episcopal Church on West Alabama Saturday morning to hear about development coming Read More...
How Was Your Ride Today?
Back when I was in high school, we received report cards every six weeks. Good students looked forward to seeing their accomplishments, bad students dreaded report cards. Now, we're giving you a chance to give us a report card every day. If you commute Read More...
METRO Reduces, Suspends Contracts
METRO President & CEO George Greanias told his board of directors yesterday that the agency had suspended or reduced 121 supply and engineering contracts until additional funds are available. Greanias referred to a letter he had sent to the board's Read More...
Greanias Becomes New President & CEO
George Greanias, METRO's acting president & CEO since May, was named today the agency's permanent president & CEO. The vote by METRO's board was unanimous. Each board member present commented positively about choosing Greanias as the Read More...
George Greanias: The Man for the Job
In case you missed yesterday's profile in the Houston Chronicle, a piece by reporter Mike Snyder gives an in-depth look at METRO's Acting President & CEO George Greanias and his strategy of leading our agency. The 62-year-old former management Read More...
Roadmap to Building the New METRO
A month before METRO begins its new fiscal year, Acting President & CEO George Greanias outlined his strategy for building a new METRO - one that includes using the agency's assets wisely and controlling - not necessarily cutting - costs. Greanias Read More...
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