PennDOT Names Clancy Highway Maintenance Manager

KING OF PRUSSIA PA – John Clancy, who began work with the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation as a transportation equipment operator in 2008, has been named as PennDOT’s new highway maintenance manager for Montgomery County, the agency reported.

In the new job, the department said, Clancy will supervise more than 100 employees, manage a budget of $33 million, and oversee all maintenance activities on more than 750 miles of state highway and 2,400 snow-lane miles within the county. He most recently served as senior highway maintenance manager, and earlier as assistant highway maintenance manager, and in several other roadway positions.

“I would like to congratulate John on this well-deserved promotion,” PennDOT Acting District 6 Executive Louis Belmonte said. “John brings with him innovative ideas for streamlining operations and maintaining state-owned roadways” throughout the county,” he added. “His expertise and extensive understanding of operations will play an integral role” in PennDOT’s future growth and success.

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