Glasgow 2014 appoints transport chief

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Glasgow 2014 has appointed Adrienne Nardi as its head of transport.

Nardi will be responsible for leading and delivering the Transport Strategy for Glasgow 2014, which will involve the Planning, Scoping and Operations around all Games–related transport issues. Transport will play a crucial role for those enjoying the Games, working at the Games and competing at the Games. A key responsibility in Nardi's role will be to ensure that spectator and athletes transport is safe, secure, reliable and accessible, and that Glasgow and Scotland will keep moving during the 11–days of world class sporting action. Nardi joins the Glasgow 2014 Organising Committee from London 2012 where she oversaw the development of the Athlete Transport System for the Olympic and Paralympic Games. Nardi, who is originally from Upstate New York, has a background of extensive project planning and vast experience of developing transport programmes for sporting events across the globe, including her work at London 2012, she was also Venue Transportation Manager for the 2002 Winter Games at Salt Lake City, Utah. She has also gained transport management experience from two FIFA Club World Cups and other major sporting occasions such as the Abu Dhabi Formula 1 Grand Prix and Major League Basketball and Baseball All–star games in America.

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