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Mike Trimble

Title: Director, City of Austin Corridor Program Office
NACTO Title: Speaker, Designing Cities conference
Mike Trimble

Mike Trimble has more than 20 years of experience in public management and administration, serving government from both the public and private sectors.  He has served in executive leadership positions for both public and private organizations including The Brown Schools, Travis County, MTG Management Consultants, and for the past 10 years, the City of Austin. Following passage of Austin’s largest-ever transportation bond, Mike was appointed director of the newly created Corridor Program Office. The mission of the Corridor Program Office is to design and construct corridors that support mobility, livability, and other outcomes outlined by the Austin City Council for the 2016 Mobility Bond Program.

Prior to his appointment to lead the Corridor Program office, Mike was chosen in 2010 to head the City of Austin’s new Capital Planning Office, which was established to create a more robust, comprehensive and integrated Capital Improvement Program. Under his leadership, the Capital Planning Office was recognized by the American Planning Association and the Public Technology Institute for its innovative and effective approaches to municipal capital planning.

In 2008, Mike was appointed director of the City of Austin’s Contract and Land Management Department, where he oversaw Capital Improvement Program procurement, contract management and program management office functions for the city. As a management consultant, he developed effective strategic planning, organizational management, IT and performance solutions for both state and local government clients across the country.

Mike is a graduate of Texas A&M University, is a certified Project Portfolio Management Professional through the Project Management Institute and is accredited by the Congress for New Urbanism.