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County Executive Announces Change in Office of Transportation Leadership

Samuel Snead

New director will draw on local, federal transportation planning experience

Annapolis, MD (December 28, 2021) Anne Arundel County Executive Steuart Pittman announced a change in leadership with the County’s Office of Transportation, where Samuel Snead will replace outgoing director Ramond Robinson. Snead’s appointment took effect on Monday, Dec. 27.

“Samuel Snead brings significant transportation planning and regulatory experience to this role,” County Executive Steuart Pittman said. “I am confident he will continue the office’s work in implementing the goals we created in our Move Anne Arundel! framework.”

An Anne Arundel County resident, Mr. Snead most recently served as Head Transportation Planner for the Baltimore County Department of Public Works. While with Baltimore County, his team won a 2021 U.S. Department of Transportation Office of Innovation grant award for its COVID-19 vehicle shield for CountyRide.

Prior to working for Baltimore County, Mr. Snead served as a program manager in the U.S. Department of Transportation, managing federal grant programs focused on bus transit through the Federal Transit Administration. Mr. Snead has also held transportation planning and regulatory roles with Arlington County, VA; Los Angeles County; and the Boston Metropolitan Planning Organization.

"As a proud Anne Arundel County resident, I vow to invest my time and energy into further enhancing a multi-modal transportation network which is safe, accessible, efficient, and affordable for our residents and visitors,” Mr. Snead said. “I have a vested interest in using ingenuity and innovation to enhance the built environment and transportation network for our great community."

Mr. Snead takes over leadership of the office from Mr. Robinson, who led the implementation of Move Anne Arundel!, the County’s first Transportation Functional Master Plan.

“I want to thank Ramond for his dedicated service to the county, establishing the Office of Transportation, creating our transportation plan, and always promoting it with great enthusiasm,” County Executive Pittman said.

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