Justin Stuehrenberg, the chief planner for IndyGo’s Red Line project, has left the transit agency for a new job. On April 6, IndyGo announced it has hired Jennifer Pyrz as his successor.
Pyrz, 46, will have the title chief development officer and vice president of infrastructure, strategy and innovation. In this role, she will lead IndyGo’s capital plan projects, including its planned Purple Line and Blue Line bus rapid-transit projects.
Stuehrenberg, 38, who left IndyGo on March 20, is moving to Madison, Wisconsin, to serve as general manager of the Madison Metro Transit System. He is set to begin that job May 4.
Pyrz is an engineer with more than 20 years of experience in transportation consulting. Most recently, she was planning group director at the Indianapolis office of Kansas City, Missouri-based engineering consulting firm HNTB Corp.•