John Langmore Appointed To The Austin Transit Partnership’s Board Of Directors

July 24, 2023


AUSTIN, TEXAS — The Austin City Council and CapMetro Board of Directors have appointed John Langmore to the Austin Transit Partnership’s Board of Directors. Langmore is one of three community experts that serve on the ATP Board. Langmore’s first board meeting serving in the role of Community Expert in Finance will be August 23 and he will serve a term that expires in the fall of 2024. 

“We are pleased to have John bring his expertise and passion to ATP’s Board of Directors,” Veronica Castro de Barrera, Chair of the ATP Board of Directors, said. “His professional background and qualifications will help the board provide leadership, guidance and accountability as ATP works to successfully implement this first phase of Austin Light Rail.” 

In this position, Langmore will serve as the Board Liaison for the Finance and Risk Advisory Committee, a committee that helps advise ATP staff and Board members on matters regarding capital management, risk management, budgets, insurance, treasury management, internal audit, procurement, grants management and real estate. Langmore is a prior member of the Finance and Risk Advisory Committee. 

Langmore brings 34 years of professional experience to this role. He currently serves as an attorney and financial advisor to the Johnson Family Office. Langmore is also experienced in the transportation industry—bringing more than a decade of experience as a transportation and land use consultant assisting in the financing of roadway projects and advising some of the country’s largest infrastructure projects. 

In addition to his professional experience, Langmore has served on the CapMetro Board and the Central Texas Regional Mobility Authority Board and served as the 2017 Vice Chair and 2023 Chair of the Travis County Citizens Bond Advisory Committees. 

Langmore has a degree in business administration from the University of Texas at Austin and a master’s degree in business administration with a focus in corporate finance from the University of Texas Graduate School of Business. He also holds a law degree from the University of Texas School of Law. 

Information about the Austin Transit Partnership Board of Directors is available at here.

About Austin Transit Partnership

The Austin Transit Partnership was created by the City of Austin and CapMetro as the independent entity, accountable and responsible for the financing, design, construction, and overall implementation of Project Connect – a transformative, voter-approved investment in new transit services that includes Light Rail, MetroRapid Bus Lines, and Commuter Rail. ATP’s charge is to deliver on the voters’ transit vision in partnership with the community—and in a way that embeds equity, sustainability, and transparency as overarching priorities. ATP is committed to meeting voters’ goals and honoring Austin’s values.



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