Another person is leaving Metro’s media relations department in less than a month.

Angela Gates, who works as an “information specialist,” aka spokeswoman for Metro, posted in her Twitter biography that she’s leaving the agency, effective June 24.

Her next stop — the Federal Transit Administration, a division of the U.S. Department of Transportation.

Prior to Gates, Lisa Farbstein — who had been a longtime spokeswoman at Metro — left the transit authority in May to become a spokeswoman for the Transportation Security Administration (TSA).

Farbstein was replaced by Dan Stessel. Stessel came to Metro from New Jersey Transit and has pushed Metro to became more engaged with riders using social media.

Gates was unavailable to comment.

“We are very sorry to see her go,” Stessel said Monday. “She’s a truly professional communicator and it is a loss.”

Stessel is seeking to fill two full-time positions in media relations — one is for a social media representation, who will help with blogging and Twitters; the other position is for a public communications coordinator who will provide information for bus riders.

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