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West Virginia Transportation Innovator Tapped to Lead Nation’s Oldest Transportation Association

Jeb Corey of Charleston-based C&H Taxi Elected President of The Transportation Alliance

(Las Vegas, NV)—The Transportation Alliance (TTA) is pleased to announce that West Virginia fleet executive Jeb Corey, CEO of Charleston-based C&H Taxi, has been elected President of The Transportation Alliance, the nation’s oldest and largest for-hire fleet transportation association.

Corey has earned a reputation across the industry for innovation ever since his father asked him to help out with the family-owned transportation company, C&H Taxi in 2000.

Corey’s leadership of C&H Taxi and its fleet of 25 vehicles has had an outsized impact on the industry. Corey implemented a number of innovative technologies, including an advanced computer dispatching system, a black box program to monitor vehicles during accidents, and a Wheelchair Accessible Vehicle program called WAVE. One of Corey’s programs that is most well known and admired throughout the region is the Intoxi-Taxi program, which transports intoxicated passengers at no charge.

“After working alongside Jeb for a number of years, I know that he will do an incredible job as TTA’s next president,” said Alfred LaGasse, the association’s CEO. “Jeb’s unique insights and comprehensive understanding of the industry make him well-positioned to advance TTA’s goals and interests. Jeb has developed strong, personal relationships with countless TTA members, and I know that these members believe in Jeb’s vision for TTA.”

Corey was sworn in as President for his one-year term on Nov. 1 at Mobilize 2022, the industry’s leading convention and expo, held this year at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, Nevada. As president, Corey is focused on working through the transition of TTA’s new Executive Director Abena Bonso-Bruce, increasing member value, and growing TTA’s reputation.

“TTA has a rich, hundred-plus year history, and I am honored to be a part of one of its many chapters,” said Corey. “I aim to learn from and build on that history. TTA membership is rising, and with a new Executive Director at TTA, I hope to introduce the association and our members to a new, thriving era. I am grateful for all of the support I have earned, and I can’t wait to get to work.”

“While I’ve only worked with Jeb for a short period of time, each interaction I’ve had has proven insightful, engaging, and thoughtful,” said Abena Bonso-Bruce, TTA’s newly tapped Executive Director. “I have no doubt Jeb will prove a superb partner as we both undertake new roles, and lead TTA in this pivotal moment.”

About The Transportation Alliance: Established in 1917, The Transportation Alliance is a nonprofit trade association that represents the owners and managers of taxicab, livery, paratransit, non-emergency medical transportation, school, shuttle, luxury and motorcoach fleets. The Transportation Alliance's member companies operate more than 100,000 passenger vehicles and transport more than 900 million passengers annually. For more information, please visit

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