Former Raleigh Mayor Goes To Work For DOT Print
State Government
By Administrator   
Saturday, 21 January 2012 08:41

RALEIGH - Former Raleigh Mayor Thomas Bradshaw will be North Carolina's interim Statewide Logistics Coordinator. Bradshaw will assume this new position effective Monday, Jan. 23.

In his role as the Statewide Logistics director, Bradshaw will oversee and manage all operations of the N.C. Ports and the N.C. Global TransPark. In addition, he will coordinate the operation and development activities of those facilities in relation to other NCDOT transportation infrastructure.  Bradshaw will work closely with all NCDOT partners to facilitate a more strategic approach to transportation assets and the needs of existing and future business interests.

Bradshaw served as the City of Raleigh's mayor from 1971-1973 and later as the North Carolina Secretary of Transportation from 1977 until 1981. He is a former chairman of the Triangle J Council of Governments, the N.C. Environmental Management Commission, and North Carolina Citizens for Business and Industry (N.C. Chamber).

 He is a board member of the N.C. Global TransPark Authority (former vice chairman), the N.C. Global Transpark Foundation and a member of the Southern Growth Policies Board. Additionally, he is the founding chairman of the Clarence Lightner Leadership Institute and has served as the director and treasurer of The Institute for Defense and Business at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.