Vancouver Mayor Anne McEnerny-Ogle appointed to Washington State Freight Mobility Strategic Investment Board

The 12-member board is responsible for creating a coordinated state program to facilitate freight movement between local, national and international markets

VANCOUVER – Gov. Jay Inslee recently appointed city of Vancouver Mayor Anne McEnerny-Ogle to serve a four-year term on the Washington State Freight Mobility Strategic Investment Board.

The 12-member board, appointed by the governor, is responsible for creating a comprehensive and coordinated state program to facilitate freight movement between local, national and international markets. The board is also responsible for finding solutions that lessen the impact of freight movement on local communities.

Gov. Jay Inslee recently appointed city of Vancouver Mayor Anne McEnerny-Ogle to serve a four-year term on the Washington State Freight Mobility Strategic Investment Board.
Vancouver Mayor Anne McEnerny-Ogle. Photo by Mike Schultz.

“Transportation is critical to both residents and businesses in creating livable and prosperous communities, and I look forward to serving as a representative of Vancouver and all Washington cities on this board” said Mayor McEnerny-Ogle.

Mayor McEnerny-Ogle fills a vacant position on the board held by a city representative and will attend her first meeting virtually on Jan. 15, 2021.

The Mayor has a passion for transportation and currently serves on several local and regional transportation groups, including as past-chair of the Southwest Washington Regional Transportation Council, chair for the C-TRAN Board of Directors, and as a member of the I-5 Bridge Replacement Project Executive Steering Group and Metro’s Joint Policy Advisory Committee on Transportation. 

Learn more about the Washington State Freight Mobility Strategic Investment Board at fmsib.wa.gov.  

Information provided by city of Vancouver.

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