Mum’s the word over at Metro as a major player and decision maker in the organization calls it quits.
The Factor has learned David Couch has stepped down from his position as Vice President of Capital Programs.
Sources tell the Factor Couch’s responsibility included the acquisition of rail cars for the city’s expanding light rail line.
There’s no official word as to why Couch is stepping down.
One source says there was likely a difference in visions between Couch, upper management, and the board.
Metro’s spokesperson Margaret Molina O’Brian would only say the organization has no official position on Couch’s departure.