Marc D. Williams, P.E., serves as deputy executive director of the Texas Department of Transportation. In this role he provides executive control and oversight of all TxDOT operations and the management and operation of the state’s transportation system. These responsibilities include the development and administration of policies, programs and operating strategies for TxDOT. He is charged with ensuring Texas’ transportation system is constructed and maintained in the most cost-effective manner and address the state’s growing safety, mobility and reliability needs.
Williams' career experience in transportation planning and program efforts includes public- and private-sector organizations involving state, county and local jurisdictions. He has served in leadership positions with two state departments of transportation and has worked with national, private-sector transportation engineering organizations. His professional assignments have included directing statewide transportation planning and programming efforts as well as managing project-specific highway and multimodal transportation plans and programs.
He has worked extensively with public and agency outreach, transportation plans of various modes, regional and corridor-level plans and programs, environmental planning and approval, economics and finance, project design and development, along with work in the areas of construction management, operations and maintenance.
Contact Williams by phone at (512) 463-0151 or by email.