Image of Erik Reitz, New YCTD Deputy Director for Transit Operations and Planning.

Woodland, Calif. (Aug 31, 2022): Yolo County Transportation District (YCTD), the operator of Yolobus, is excited to announce Erik Reitz as its next Deputy Director for Transit Operations and Planning. Reitz will begin his service at YCTD on August 22, 2022.

Reitz originally started his career as an intern with YCTD. Since then, Reitz has dedicated over 18 years of his career to transportation operations and planning in Yolo and Sacramento County. Most recently he served as the Grants Manager with the Sacramento Regional Transit, where he managed the $1.2 Billion Capital Budget and Capital Improvement Plan. His work has improved infrastructure and transit in the region.

“All of us at YCTD see an opportunity to meaningfully improve our public transit in Yolo County, and we are thrilled to have Erik lead us in this exciting stage of growth,” said Autumn Bernstein, Executive Director of YCTD. “We are thrilled to welcome Erik back to YCTD.”

Reitz joins YCTD at an exciting time as the District prepares to launch increased service on our popular Yolobus Route 42 (intercity loop) in September and launch new microtransit in Woodland next January. Reitz’s extensive knowledge and experience will help YCTD continue to make transit more reliable, effective, and accessible.

Reitz is a lifelong resident of Davis, California. He attended school at the California State University of Sacramento, and holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics.

About: The Yolo County Transportation District (YCTD) provides community-oriented, environmentally friendly transit services and programs that are accessible to all members of the public. This includes Yolobus public bus services that is designed to help everyone reach their destination.