Island Transit names 2019 Award recipients

  • Friday, July 12, 2019 6:50pm
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Elizabeth Allred was chosen by the Island Transit management team as the agency’s 2019 Wall of Fame recipient.

The Wall of Fame is sponsored by the state Department of Transportation and recognizes exemplary employees for dedication, innovation, customer service and professionalism.

Angela Colon was recognized by peers, receiving the agency’s biannual January-June 2019 Employee of the Half Year award.

Colon sits in the “hot seat” in the dispatch office.

Mark Vance is the first -place winner of Island Transit’s annual Bus Roadeo.

In addition to excellent driving skills, eligibility is based on the dedication to provide the best service, courtesy and safety.

Vance earned first place for the sixth time. Kat Glasgow and Brandon Killingbeck placed second and third. Also participating were operators from King County Metro, Pierce Transit and Intercity Transit.

Vance will represent Island Transit at the State Bus Roadeo in August.





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