Reiner Named WYDOT Director
CHEYENNE, Wyo. (KIFI/KIDK) – The Wyoming Department of Transportation has an experienced new leader.
Governor Mark Gordon has appointed Major General Luke Reiner as director of the Wyoming Department of Transportation.
Reiner was one of three nominees recommended by the Wyoming Transportation Commission. Gordon said Reiner’s 36 years of military service would bring strong management skills to the post.
“I thank Governor Gordon and the Transportation Commissioners for their faith in me and for the opportunity to continue to serve,” Reiner said. “And I certainly look forward to working with the men and women who man the Department of Transportation as they perform their critical missions across our state.”
Reiner currently serves as Wyoming Adjutant General, heading up the Wyoming Military Department. He’ll retire from the Army on March 31. In that post, he oversaw planning and training of all National Guard military support. Before that, he spent five years as a CPA for a Casper accounting firm.
Also Wednesday, Gordon named Mike Robinson to fill a Republican vacancy on the Wyoming Public Service Commission. Mary Throne will fill the Democratic seat on the PSC.