BART is reaching out to its passengers for feedback and insight as to what kind of new general manager the riding public wants.
The regional transit agency has been without a full-time general manager since the end of April, when Dorothy Dugger stepped down following a vote by the board of directors (later rescinded) to fire her. Dugger left the agency with a $950,000 buyout package, and now Sherwood Wakeman is currently being employed by the agency on an interim basis.
BART is in the midst of a nationwide search for a new candidate to replace Dugger, but in the meantime, the agency is reaching out to its passengers for their input.
A new survey has been established online with a series of questions aimed at parsing out what kind of GM the riders want. The survey will be online until midnight on July 1.