Welcoming Paige Gibson to the Transportation Technology Center Team!

We are proud to announce the hire of Paige Gibson this week as the new Site Director at the Transportation Technology Center (TTC). Paige officially started with us on July 8, bringing her extensive experience and expertise to our team.

About Paige Gibson

Paige Gibson has a distinguished 13-year career in the rail industry, having started with BNSF in 2011. She is highly skilled in people management, team development, training, and union relations, making her an ideal fit for her new role at the TTC.

Her journey began at BNSF, where she spent several years in the Transportation department. During her tenure, she managed over 200 union employees in the Chicago Division and played an instrumental role in implementing Positive Train Control (PTC) and Trip Optimization Systems. Paige’s leadership and dedication to safety were evident as she trained employees, conducted safety audits, and ensured compliance with federal regulations.

Following her time at BNSF, Paige joined Metra as a Safety Project Manager. In this role, she was responsible for maintaining Metra’s PTC Safety Plan, conducting risk assessments, and collaborating with other railroads and the FRA. Her ability to build relationships with internal and external stakeholders, including contractors and government agencies, was key to Metra’s success in these initiatives.

Page Gibson, Site Director at the Transportation Technology Center (TTC)

Paige’s career then took her to Union Pacific, where she supervised the implementation of PTC across their system, conducted operations and safety audits, and was actively involved in union bargaining agreements. Her exceptional ability to train and educate employees on new technologies and safety protocols set her apart as a leader in the industry.

Most recently, Paige served as the General Superintendent of Transportation for the Regional Transportation District (RTD) in Denver, CO. Overseeing 12 Transportation Supervisors and approximately 80 union staff, she was responsible for hiring, training, and building a safety-first culture among the transportation employees. Her work directly with the union on discipline, grievances, and collective bargaining agreements further showcases her expertise in managing complex operations.

Additionally, Paige worked briefly with ESi as a Senior Consultant, focusing on accident/incident investigation and reconstruction and training.

Paige’s Role at the Transportation Technology Center

As the new Site Director, Paige will lead ENSCO’s operation of the Federal Railroad Administration’s Transportation Technology Center. This center plays a critical role in advancing transportation technology and safety, serving both government and commercial clients nationally and internationally.

Paige will oversee all aspects of the center’s operations, including facility management, safety and security, operations, customer relationship management, and employee relations. Her visionary leadership will be instrumental in aligning the center with industry trends and customer needs. She will develop strategic plans to enhance operational effectiveness and innovation, ensuring that the TTC continues to be a premier test facility for advancing transportation safety and efficiency initiatives.

Looking Forward

We are excited to have Paige Gibson join our team at the TTC. Her extensive experience, particularly in leadership, safety management, and operational efficiency, aligns perfectly with our mission. We are confident that her leadership will further enhance our efforts in providing top-notch services to our clients.

Please join us in welcoming Paige Gibson to the TTC family! We look forward to the innovations and advancements we will achieve together under her leadership.


ENSCO Inc. is the operator of the Federal Railroad Administration’s (FRA) Transportation Technology Center (TTC) located in Pueblo, Colorado.  Spanning 52 square miles, the TTC is a national asset for pioneering transportation research, testing, and training to advance the safety, security, resiliency and sustainability of railways and other modes of surface transportation. Recognized as the world’s largest railway testing facility, TTC boasts an impressive 50 miles of test tracks, inclusive of catenary and third rail electrified track, with vehicle test speeds of up to 165 mph.  The TTC is also home to the Center for Critical Infrastructure Protection (CCIP). The CCIP’s mission is singular: to fortify critical infrastructure entities against cyber and physical threats through comprehensive training, rigorous assessments, meticulous testing, and robust protection measures.  Located at 55500 DOT Road, Pueblo, CO 81001, the TTC stands as a pillar of innovation and advancement. Explore the vast TTC capabilities at https://ttc-ensco.com.