Trevor Jung serves as Transit Manager for the City of Racine. In this role, Trevor acts as the City of Racine's liaison with the Federal Transit Administration, Wisconsin Department of Transportation, Southeastern Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission and other transit-related entities. Trevor also provides policy guidance on multimodal transportation, oversees the Belle Urban Transit budget, coordinates public transit planning, and carries out strategic initiatives related to the modernization and sustainability of Racine's transportation system.
Before joining the City of Racine as Transit Manager, Trevor worked at Carthage College and served as a two-term Alderman on the Racine Common Council chairing the Transit Commission, which prioritized regionalism and electrification. He sits on the Board of Directors of All Aboard Wisconsin, 1000 Friends of Wisconsin, and the steering committee of the Academies of Racine for Racine Unified School District. Trevor earned his degree in Urban Studies from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, with an emphasis in urban planning.