Anthony Mortillaro, North Central Regional Transit District
Representing: Regional Transit Districts
Term Expiration Date: April 2023
Anthony Mortillaro holds a Master’s Degree in Public Administration and has over 30 years of local government experience. As the executive director of the North Central Regional Transit District, he is responsible for overseeing and directing all activities related to the provision of transit services within the District’s four-county, 10,000-square-mile area with an approximate population of 235,000. The Regional Transit District has an 11-member Board of Elected Officials that are appointed to represent the Cities of Española and Santa Fe, the Counties of Santa Fe, Española, Taos, and Los Alamos, and the Pueblos of Tesuque, Pojoaque, San Ildefonso, Ohkay Owingeh, and Santa Clara.
Prior to joining the RTD, Anthony held the various positions of County Administrator and City and Town Manager in cities in the states of Colorado, Washington, Arizona, and New Mexico. Anthony served on the Board of the North Central Regional Transit District (NCRTD) for 6.5 years and chaired the Finance and Personnel Committee for the NCRTD.
In addition, he has served on the Board of the former Los Alamos Bus and was a team member in the Los Alamos County acquisition and development of Atomic City Transit.
In Washington State, Anthony was involved in the annexation of the City of Blaine into the service area for Whatcom County Transit and served as a member of the transit advisory committee.