Fuller begins his duties on June 25 and will supervise the day-to-day operations for the division, which oversees more than 3,300 miles of railroad tracks throughout the state used by freight and passenger trains.
"Anthony brings visionary leadership and broad-based management skills that will strengthen North Carolina's leadership position in multi-modal transportation," said Paul Morris, NCDOT deputy secretary for transit. "His wealth of experience and knowledge obtained while working for over 22 years across the rail industry, combined with a dedicated and qualified staff in the rail division, will provide us with the ability to meet the challenges of creating a rail system for the 21st century."
Fuller comes to NCDOT from Amtrak in Los Angeles, Calif., where he most recently oversaw rail operations in the transportation department. His career has spanned both public and private rail sectors across the country. Fuller has worked on strategic projects, that included integrating freight and passenger movement and testing new and high-speed rail equipment for revenue.