Randy Iwasaki, P.E.

Executive Director, Contra Costa Transportation Authority


Randy serves as the Contra Costa Transportation Authority’s chief executive and is responsible for the overall management of the Authority, including its projects, programs, policies and procedures, the board-approved budget, and all personnel decisions.

Randy has served the Authority since April 2010. Prior to joining the Authority, he was appointed by Governor Schwarzenegger in August 2009 as Director of the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans). Randy was with Caltrans for more than 26 years serving in various engineering and management positions. He earned his bachelor’s degree in Engineering from California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, and a Master’s in Engineering from California State University, Fresno.

Jack Hall, P.E.

ITS CV/AV Program Manager


As an ITS AV/CV Program Manager for the Contra Costa Transportation Authority, Jack provides project management for CCTA projects, assists local agencies with the delivery of their Measure J projects, and helps manage the implementation of Intelligent Transportation Systems in Contra Costa. Jack has 18 years of experience as a California Professional Engineer and also served nine years in the United States Air Force.

Habib Shamskhou

CV/AV Program Director, Global ITS Practice Leader, Advanced Mobility Group


Habib is Program Director for GoMentum Station program and served CCTA’s leadership team as a consultant at this capacity since program inception. Advanced Mobility Group is the Program Management consultant to CCTA with multi-year contract and is a key partner in the GoMentum Station Program.

Habib is a recognized authority on emerging advanced technologies in transportation with expertise in safety, mobility and program management. He pioneered several innovative transportations ITS projects in past 25 years. Early in his career, he conducted first precursor system analysis for automated highway system for FHWA and from 1992-1998 he was one of the program managers of Automated Highway System (AHS) program. The National Automated Highway System Consortium was a $200 million program in partnership with US Department of Transportation led by General Motors that concluded successfully in summer of 1998 by demonstration of the first generation of hand-off, feet-off driving on I-15 in San Diego.

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