Debbie Henry, executive director of The TMA Group, recently was elected vice-president of the Middle-West Clean Fuels Coalition.
The TMA Group manages Franklin Transit, the commuter van program, and the Clean Air Partnership.
Tennessee Clean Fuels is comprised of Tennessee’s two Clean Cities Coalitions: Middle-West Tennessee Clean Fuels and East Tennessee Clean Fuels, with the mission to promote cleaner alternative fuels and vehicles to improve air quality and health, curb dependence on petroleum, and support Tennessee’s economy.
Other officers are: president, Robert Cheney with Waste Management; Secretary, Gail Bost with American Lung Association; and Treasurer: Rick Warren with FerrellGas.
“I appreciate the honor to serve the Middle-West Clean Fuels Coalition, working with the other board officers, and Jonathan Overly, executive director and his team, who are willing to share their knowledge and experiences as we work together to create alternative transportation solutions for our region and state,” Henry said in a press release announcing her election.
Under contract with the Franklin Transit Authority, The TMA Group manages and operates Franklin’s public transportation service comprised of fixed route service, as well as TODD (Transit On Demand) curb-to- curb pre-arranged transportation service.
Additionally, The TMA Group operates and manages on behalf of Williamson County and the Regional Transportation Authority, the region’s commuter vanpool program, VanStar – A Better Commute, throughout 14 Middle Tennessee counties; as well as the Clean Air Partnership.
For more information visit: www.tmagroup.org.