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Posted on: December 9, 2022

[ARCHIVED] Nancy Boyd is Loudoun County’s New Director of Transportation & Capital Infrastructure

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Nancy Boyd has been selected as the new director of the Loudoun County Department of Transportation and Capital Infrastructure (DTCI), County Administrator Tim Hemstreet announced today. Boyd, who has been serving as acting director since May 2022, was selected after a nationwide recruitment. Her appointment is effective immediately. 

Prior to joining the Loudoun County government in June 2021 as the deputy director of DTCI, Boyd served as an engineering manager for WSP USA and held senior positions with the Washington State Department of Transportation.

As director of DTCI, Boyd will oversee the planning, design and construction of capital projects for the county through the Capital Improvement Program as well as the county’s transportation system, which includes transit and commuter services, long range transportation planning, and traffic engineering. Staff in DTCI also serve as technical advisors to the Board of Supervisors on matters relating to transportation, facility development, regional funding, land acquisition, project scheduling, and cost estimating. 

“Ms. Boyd has played a key role in a number of transportation initiatives and has demonstrated exceptional leadership since she joined the Loudoun County government,” Hemstreet said. “I believe her knowledge and experience in capital projects and transportation will help Loudoun as we continue to make advancements in developing an effective transportation network, which is a key strategic initiative of the Board of Supervisors.” 

Boyd holds a bachelor’s degree from Whitman College as well as accreditations as a professional civil engineer and engineering geologist.   

Boyd fills the vacancy left by the promotion of former DTCI Director Joe Kroboth, who is now an Assistant County Administrator.

More information about the Department of Transportation and Capital Infrastructure is online at

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