Big changes are coming to the HSR in the wake of sexual harassment allegations.
City Manager Chris Murray says there will be a new HSR Director.
That means the city’s Transportation head Don Hull will no longer have oversight of the transit system, but will continue to manage the city’s wider transportation plans including the Rapid Ready project.
Hamilton will also be filling an existing, but unspecified senior management job within the HSR administration.
Murray says more disciplinary action is pending in the wake of the arbitrator’s finding last fall that HSR Supervisor Bill Richardson sexually harassed a female employee.
This also follows a published report Wednesday in which several female drivers described the work environment as toxic because they have endured sexist jokes, profane insults and inappropriate touching.