Philip Wursta, Vice President at TPD and leader in the local civil engineering community, has been appointed to the Bucks County Community College (BCCC) Board of Trustees. The Board is comprised of 15 members of the community who meet monthly to govern the two-year, public college, which was founded in 1964. Mr. Wursta previously served the College as a long-time board member and past president of the BCCC Foundation.
Mr. Wursta received a B.S. in Engineering in 1985 from Penn State University and a M.S. in Transportation Engineering from Villanova University. Outside of his work with BCCC, Mr. Wursta leads TPD’s regional transportation engineering efforts. He also serves as the current president of the Bucks County Transportation Management Association. His appointment is a direct correlation to his dedication to the goals of BCCC, which are to provide the opportunity for an accessible, affordable, high quality education. It is also due to his efforts to safely and intelligently continue to bolster economic development and transportation infrastructure throughout Bucks County and beyond.
TPD President, Kevin Johnson, weighed in on Mr. Wursta’s new appointment, saying “TPD is honored to share Phil’s leadership and expertise with BCCC. His dedication to the region is apparent; he will prove to be a strong leader among this group.”