Friday, Nov. 13 – Anne Ferro, former president of the Maryland Motor Truck Association, was officially sworn in today as the new administrator of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration.
A spokesman for FMCSA told Land Line that Ferro starts her new job on Monday, Nov. 16.
At the helm, Ferro will focus on reducing crashes, injuries and fatalities involving commercial vehicles.
She was confirmed to the post by the Senate earlier this month after being nominated in June by President Barack Obama.
OOIDA leadership endorses Ferro as administrator.
In addition to working in the trucking industry, Ferro also spent six years as Maryland’s motor vehicle administrator.
– By David Tanner, staff writer