Dubuque City Manager Mike Van Milligen has appointed Renee Tyler to be the City’s next director of transportation services. Tyler is currently the City’s assistant public works director and will assume her new responsibilities on November 5, 2018. She will replace Candace Eudaley-Loebach, whose resignation will be effective on November 16.
As director of transportation services, Tyler will be responsible for the operation of The Jule, Dubuque’s public transit system with fixed-route bus service and door-to-door paratransit mini-bus service, and management of the city’s parking system, including public ramps, lots, and parking meters. She will serve as project manager for the department, coordinate vehicle and major equipment purchases, analyze ridership and route performance, manage and maintain all parking facilities/assets and enforcement activities, control and administer budgets for the transit and parking activities, and be responsible for departmental marketing programs and activities.
Tyler joined the City of Dubuque staff as assistant public works director in December 2016. In this role, she assists with administrative responsibilities for the department along with operational activities for the City’s street and sewer maintenance activities, traffic signals and street lighting maintenance, riverfront maintenance, snow and ice control operations, and flood control activities. She manages a staff of 40 and activity budgets of over $8.5 million.