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Director of the California Department of Transportation District 7 (Los Angeles and Ventura counties), is responsible for planning, construction, operation and maintenance of the State freeway and highway system oversees 2,500 employees.
Miles was appointed to his current position in February 2010, provides oversight to all divisions including administration, construction, design, environmental, external affairs, maintenance, operations, planning, project management and right-of-way.
Previously, he served as Deputy Director of Maintenance and Operations in Sacramento, and was responsible for the division’s day-to-day internal operations.
Mr. Miles has been a member of the Caltrans organization since 1989 and has served on its executive management team as Deputy Director of Maintenance in both District 7 – Los Angeles, and District 8 – San Bernardino where he also served as the Deputy Director of Planning. His extensive and innovative work with local, regional, and state-level organizations drew high praise while serving in these heavily urbanized environments.
Prior to joining Caltrans, Mike worked in private industry as both a field and project engineer.
Miles has had a life-long interest in public service and especially in working to make our highway system more efficient, while increasing the opportunities for partnering with private business and other governmental organizations.
Miles serves on a number of national committees. He is a member of the National Academy of Science and the National Cooperative Highway Research Programs Innovations Deserving Exploratory Analysis (IDEA).
During his career, Mr. Miles has spearheaded worker safety initiatives and led the way to improved relations with other government organizations and collective bargaining representatives.
Miles earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering from California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, and has participated in Executive Management Programs with the Universities of California at both Riverside and Los Angeles, and with California State University, Sacramento.