Oklahoma City resident Ernestine “Ernie” Mbroh was named Office of Mobility and Public Transit Manager for the Oklahoma Department of Transportation in March 2013. In her role with the Office of Mobility and Public Transit, she is responsible for managing both urban and rural public transit programs and administering technical assistance and funding for public transportation providers in Oklahoma. Through federal and state grants administered by ODOT, many communities in Oklahoma provide bus routes and other public transit services, which are especially important for the elderly and those with disabilities to remain independent and active.
Mbroh has more than 20 years of experience with ODOT, beginning as a Drafting Technician in the Roadway Design Division in 1991. She also served as a Transportation Specialist in the Traffic Engineering Division, Special Projects Coordinator for the Transportation Enhancement Program, Contract Administrator in the Project Management Division, Director of the Safe Routes to School Program and Assistant Division Manager of the Civil Rights Division.
Mbroh graduated from Oklahoma State University with degrees in Landscape Architecture and Industrial Engineering. She has three brothers and one sister and lives in southwest Oklahoma City.
Mailing Address: Oklahoma Dept. of Transportation, Transit Programs Division
200 N.E. 21st Street, Oklahoma City, OK 73105
Location: Room C1B
Telephone: (405) 521-2584
Last Modified on 07/19/2019
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