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Chester County Commissioners appoint Suski as director of county’s Community Transit Department

This week, the Chester County Commissioners Josh Maxwell, Marian Moskowitz, and Eric Roe approved the appointment of Gene Suski as the new director of Chester County’s Community Transit Department. Suski has worked for Chester County since 1998, most recently as community services and construction manager for the Department of Community Development. The Community Transit Department is also known as Chesco Connect.

The Commissioners said in a joint statement, “Gene’s experience with and knowledge of the Community Transit programs when it was Rover make him highly qualified to manage Chesco Connect. He has worked with all levels of community transportation, including with the Transportation Management Association of Chester County, SEPTA, and the PA Department of Transportation. We have full confidence that Gene is the right person to oversee Chesco Connect.”

Chesco Connect provides door-to-door shared ride transportation for residents of Chester County to places such as medical appointments, work, grocery stores, pharmacies, and senior centers.

The Department of Human Services director Pat Bokovitz said, “Gene’s career with Chester County has been spent serving the community, and his new role with Chesco Connect is no different. He will ensure that safe, timely, and convenient transportation is available to anyone who needs it.”

Suski is a graduate of Widener University and is a veteran of the Pennsylvania National Guard.