MPO votes to give contract to firm guilty of OVERBILLING TxDOT!

See the story in Toll Road News here.

This is an outrage! The MPO Board members likely had no idea, but the MPO staff is who recommended this contractor and the MPO staff is an arm of TxDOT. TxDOT and the MPO staff are complicit in recommending and hiring a company known for fraud and corruption at the taxpayers’ expense!

Contact elected MPO Board Members below to ask them to withdraw their approval of using this fraudulent contractor!

Chairman Richard Perez – Councilman-District 4 City of San Antonio 210-207-7281 or
Carlos Uresti – State Representative District 118 210-932-2568 or
Joe Straus – State Representative District 121 210-828-4411 or
Tommy Adkisson – Commissioner Bexar County 210-335-2614 or
Lyle Larson – Commissioner Bexar County 210-335-2613 or
Sergio “Chico” Rodriguez – Commissioner Bexar County 210-335-2611 or
Christopher “Chip” Haass – Councilman-District 10 City of San Antonio 210-207-7276 or
Art Hall – Councilman District 8 City of San Antonio 210-207-7086 or
Elena Guajardo – Councilwoman District 7 City of San Antonio 210-207-7086 or
Jack Leonhardt – Mayor 210-655-0022 or

0 Replies to “MPO votes to give contract to firm guilty of OVERBILLING TxDOT!”

  1. Julie Iris Oldaham

    Thank everyone who have worked so hard on this issue, keeping the Citizens informed is so important. its a constant determination to keep the issues before the taxpayers. Watch Dogs give them a itch where they can’t scratch. The MPO is asking for board members. I have been approached again about being a Member MaMa Bexar.

  2. Hans G. Rohl


    FRAUD: Highway firm, PBS&J, settles overbilling case with TxDOT and Florida DOT
    PBS&J settle with TxDOT and Florida DOT
    Toll Road News
    PBS&J have settled overbilling disputes with TxDOT and Florida DOT which affected much tollroad work. PBS&J, one of the largest engineering firms in the US was formally blacklisted by TxDOT May 24 and had ceased seeking new work at FDOT in April under warnings of a blacklisting.

    PBS&J told TxDOT, FDOT and other clients March 2005 that they had discovered about five years of overbilling committed by their chief financial officer and two other conspirators which defrauded clients and PBS&J itself to the tune of some $36m. The three were fired and the law called in. They have pled guilty to charges of fraud.

    PBS&J pledged to unravel the fraud in detail and recompense clients.

  3. Jodi Powell

    If this is true, then the MPO is guilty of negligence and worse. Check into the accusation and if it is true then they need to withdraw their approval of the contractor. No business that has been proven guilty of fraud, particularly against the taxpayers, should ever be allowed to even enter the process again.

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