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American Public Transportation Association

 Classifieds for June 23, 2017

Passenger Transport classified ads are the leading marketplace for the public transportation industry. In every biweekly issue, transit systems and businesses place their requests for bids and proposals, help wanted notices, and for sale advertisements - and they get results. All classifieds that appear in print also appear in the online electronic version of Passenger Transport, reaching more than 18,000 readers.


Table Of Contents

  • Bids/Proposals

    • Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority - RFP


      Metro will receive Requests for Proposal (RFP) No. OP41818 to procure five hundred forty two (542) live video monitor system for NABI transit buses per specifications on file at the LACMTA Office of Procurement, One Gateway Plaza, Los Angeles, CA, 90012 (9th Floor).
      All Proposals must be submitted to Metro, and be filed at the reception desk of the Office of Materiel on or before 1:00 p.m. on Tuesday, July 18, 2017 Pacific Time, at which time bids will be opened and publicly read. Bids received later than the above date and time will be rejected and returned to the bidder unopened. Each bid must be sealed and marked Bid No. OP41818.

      Bid specifications will be available as of Friday, June 16, 2017 via the website at You may also obtain Bid specifications by calling the PROCUREMENT RECEPTION DESK (9th Floor) at (213) 922-1037, or via Fax at (213) 922-2637.

      6/26/17; CNS-3022039#

    • Detroit Transportation Corporation - RFP

      PROJECT 06-12-2017
      NAICS CODE: 541611

      The Detroit Transportation Corporation (DTC) requests proposals from qualified firms to assist in the development of National Transit Database Sampling Plan.

      Proposals must be received by the Detroit Transportation Corporation, Purchasing Office, Buhl Building, 535 Griswold, Suite 400, Detroit, MI 48226, (313) 224-2160 on or before 4:00 p.m. (EST), Friday, June 30, 2017. THERE WILL BE NO PUBLIC OPENING OF THE PROPOSALS.
      Proposals are to be submitted in accordance with the DTC Request for Proposals (RFP) 03-21-2017. Proposals received after 4:00 p.m. (EST), June 30, 2017 will be returned to the sender unopened. No proposal, once submitted, may be withdrawn for 180 days after the due date.
      DTC reserves the right to postpone, accept or reject any or all proposals, in whole or in part, for sound, documentable, business reasons, subject to the rules and regulations set forth by the DTC, the State of Michigan and the United States Department of Transportation. The successful bidder will be required to comply with all applicable federal, state and local laws and regulations. Firms or individuals whose names appear on the U.S. Comptroller General’s list of ineligible contractors will not be considered. DTC affirmatively assures that no bidder will be discriminated against on the basis of race, color, sex, age, disability, religion, ancestry, marital status, national origin, place of birth, or sexual orientation.

      Firms interested in receiving a copy of the RFP should furnish their contact information (i.e., company name, contact person’s name, mailing address, phone and fax numbers and e-mail address) via e-mail to David Pippin at The DTC is on an aggressive schedule for this procurement; therefore, written questions related to this project must be received via e-mail to no later than 4:00 p.m. (EST June 30, 2017).

    • Regional Transit Authority - RFP


      Project Description: The Regional Transit Authority of New Orleans invites qualified vendors to supply the unleaded gasoline dispensing services for RTA’s Paratransit and Non-revenue support vehicles, as per specifications in RFP 2017-025.

      How to obtain a copy of the RFP: Specifications and further information concerning the RFP may be obtained beginning June 19, 2017 from the RTA’s new E-BID website at You will be required to first register on this website. The RFP can also be obtained at Regional Transit Authority’s website at

      Responding to RFP: Qualifications shall be submitted via the RTA’s Procurement E-Bid Exchange website or must be received by the Regional Transit Authority, Procurement Department, 2817 Canal St., New Orleans, LA, 70119 on or before 4:45 P.M., Wednesday, July 19, 2017. A Pre-Proposal Conference will be held in the RTA Board Room on Thursday, July 6, 2017 at 3:00 p.m. Any questions or further information concerning the RFP may be obtained from Adonis C. Expose’, beginning on Monday, June 19, 2017, via e-mail at or the website at
      RTA in accordance with 49 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) Part 26 has an obligation to ensure nondiscrimination of Disadvantaged Business Enterprises (DBEs) and to comply with all federal, state and local regulations relative to utilization of DBEs on publicly funded projects. The RTA is committed to utilization of DBEs on all federally funded projects toward attainment of the agency’s established overall goal of 31%. No goal has been established for this project.
      Notice to all offerors is hereby provided that in accordance with all applicable federal, state and local laws the RTA will ensure that DBEs are afforded full opportunity to submit offers and responses to this solicitation and to participate in any contract consummated pursuant to this advertisement. Additionally, no offeror will be discriminated against on the basis of age, sex, race, color, religion, national origin, ethnicity or disability. As such, award of the contract will be conditioned on meeting the requirements of the federal, state and local laws for Equal Opportunity including compliance with the policies of DBE Program.

      The RTA reserves the right to accept or reject any and all submittals.
      Justin T. Augustine, III; Vice President – Transdev
      In Service to the RTA

    • Victor Valley Transit Authority - Grants Analyst


      Victor Valley Transit Authority has an opening for a Grants Analyst located at its Administrative Facility in Hesperia, CA. The Grants Analyst is responsible for the general management and performance of a variety of grant applications and processes. Public transit experience in grant management, planning or finance a plus. Please see our website: for a complete job description and application or contact This is a full time position, 40 hours per week, 8am-5pm Mon-Fri. Annual salary range is $45,000 to $55,000 DOE plus participation in VVTA’s benefits program including paid vacation, sick leave, medical, dental, vision, disability and life insurance as well as participation in the CalPERS retirement system. Victor Valley Transit is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

  • Help Wanted

    • City and County of San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency - Manager VI, MTA Senior Operations Manager


      Recruitment PEX-9180-074181
      Salary: $131,612.00 - $167,986.00/year
      Under the direction of the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) - Director of Transit, the 9180 Manager VI, MTA Senior Operations Manager (SOM) for Support Shops develops and implements policies by managing the different support shops to successfully execute operations. The SOM for Support Shops coordinates work activities with other sections and divisions within the Agency in order to prevent delays in required actions and to improve programs and services. This position also manages the operating budget and determines service levels and resource allocations.
      To view the full job posting in detail and apply online,

    • Santa Clara Valley​Transportation Authority - Manager, Budget Administration

      Annual Salary: $111,052.51 - $146,588.79

      Plus a competitive benefit package.
      Come work for a leader in the American Public Transportation industry. Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority (VTA) is recruiting for a Manager, Budget & Administration


      Under direction, the Manager, Budget Administration supervises, plans, and organizes the preparation and maintenance of the annual budget of VTA and performs long-range financial forecasting and strategic planning for revenues and expenditures of VTA funds.
      This single-position class is responsible for developing and administering the Santa Clara Valley​Transportation Authority’s (VTA) operating and capital budgets, and performing financial analysis. Activities include preparation and analysis of monthly and periodic revenue and expense reports and reports detailing actual versus budgeted financial figures.


      Significant training, education, and public or private sector administrative and supervisory/lead experience involved with developing and maintaining a large and complex budget that demonstrates the required knowledge, skills, and abilities.
      Development of the required skills, knowledge and abilities is typically obtained through a combination of training and experience equivalent to graduation from an accredited college or university with a four-year degree in business or public administration, accounting, or a related field; and extensive increasingly responsible experience in budget development and management. Attainment of experience in a large public transportation organization is preferred.

      APPLY IMMEDIATELY. To obtain more information and/or to apply for the position, please visit the employment link of our website at

    • Pinellas Suncoast Transit Authority - Senior Scheduler

      STARTING PAY: $51,000 – $63,00/yr DOE

      PSTA is located in St. Petersburg, FL and provides transportation for Pinellas County, FL, delivering more than 13.4 million passenger trips in FY16. We’re recognized for excellence in service innovation, cost efficiency, and customer service.

      The Senior Scheduler recommends, designs and lays out transit routes reflecting new service, service changes, and various route amenities using HASTUS computer scheduling and run cutting systems. Also prepares all operator instructional documents. Work with our Real Time Information System, analyze APC and On-Time Performance reports, and maintain Bus Stop Database.

      Seeking at least 3 years’ experience working in a transit or transportation scheduling office (public transit, airline, rail, etc), utilizing scheduling software (HASTUS or Trapeze preferred). Experience with AVL systems is required (Clever Devices preferred).
      For full job description and to apply:

    • Ross & Baruzzini - Market Leader/Director of Macro/Rail & Transit


      Job Title: Market Leader/Director of Macro/Rail & Transit, a division of Ross & Baruzzini

      Domestic Reports To: Bill Overturf, President & Chief Operating Officer - Domestic Operations
      GOALS: Build upon the organization’s reputation and success to grow and expand their services with an annual revenue growth plan goal of 10%. Take the organization to a higher level of recognition in the transportation industry to grow brand awareness. Put in place an organization to meet tomorrow’s technology needs. Recruit new talent with the skill sets required to support a growing organization.
      Duties and responsibilities the Market Leader will be required to perform:
      1. Provide strategic vision, direction and leadership on decision making issues affecting the organization; i.e., evaluation of potential alliances and acquisitions.
      2. Provide strategic vision, direction and leadership on decision making issues related to the expansion of technical services.
      3. Possess existing relationships with both R&T agencies and other A/E service providers to this industry leading to new growth for Macro.
      4. Develop and drive new relationships with both R&T agencies and other A/E service providers to promote awareness of company and its services deriving new growth for Macro.
      5. Direct and oversee organization’s financial and budgetary performance.
      6. Negotiate and/or approve contracts and agreements.
      7. Supervise, support and give direction to technical managers.
      8. Determine long term staffing and management requirements.
      9. Identify places to improve performance, policies, organization, and training and hiring programs.
      10. Participate in industry committees and conferences to promote company and develop contacts at a high level.


      1. Leadership.
      2. Strategic Thinking.
      3. Business Acumen.
      4. Problem Solving/Analysis.
      5. Decision Making.
      6. Performance Management.
      7. Results Driven.
      8. Communication Proficiency.
      9. Financial Management.
      To apply, please contact Melissa Muckensturm at

    • Metrolini - Senior Auditor

      $85,190.00 - $133,101.00 ANNUALLY

      METROLINK is seeking a Senior Auditor to perform internal auditing work, including conducting performance, operational, financial and compliance audit projects. This position provides consulting services to the organization’s management and staff and provides input to the development of the annual internal audit plan. The ideal candidate will have knowledge of the IIA’s International Professional Practices Framework and the Government Auditing Standards as published by the GAO, as well as be familiar and knowledgeable about Financial Information Systems such as Oracle terminology, concepts, and practices. The ideal candidate will possess a current Certified Internal Auditor (CIA) or a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) license. Requires BA and four years experience in internal auditing, external auditing, accounting, or government auditing. For additional information and to apply, visit: EEO/ADA

    • Georgia Department of Transportation - Job Opportunities


      Transit Grants & Contracts Manager
      JOB SPECIFIC DUTIES: Under the supervision of the Transit Program Manager, performs work at the advanced working level and supervises other professionals to ensure the Transit Program’s financial assets are adequately safeguarded and all financial reporting is accurate and prepared in compliance with all state and federal regulation, including 2 CFR Part 200, the Uniform Administrative Requirements, Cost Principle and Audit Requirements for Federal awards to non-Federal entities. The Transit Grants and Contracts Manager is responsible for the oversight and management of a portfolio of FTA grants awarded to the Department totaling in excess of $300 million. This position ensures the Transit Program has maximized all available funds in each FTA grant prior to initiating grant close-out activities; coordinates with Transit Program Manager and staff in the review of annual applications submitted by subrecipients; ensures the timely submission of grant applications based on available apportionments; and may assist with the preparation of the annual Program of Projects and/or grant applications in the federal grants management system, TRAMS.
      For additional information and to apply please visit:

      Transit Planning Manager

      JOB SPECIFIC DUTIES: Under supervision of the Transit Program Manager, provides supervision to multiple transportation specialists and professional support in transit planning activities assigned to Transit Program within the Division of Intermodal. The Transit Planning Manager plays a key role in carrying out the mission of the GDOT Transit Program to support the planning of transit systems at the statewide level and to support the transit activities carried out by metropolitan planning organizations (MPOs), regional commissions (RCs), and local jurisdictions, as appropriate. This position oversees the interface between the GDOT Transit Program and planning agencies across Georgia. This position may also be involved in public and stakeholder outreach activities and providing information to state, regional, and local decision-makers and the public on public transit issues and opportunities in Georgia.
      For additional information and to apply please visit:

      Transit Program Delivery Manager

      JOB SPECIFIC DUTIES: Under the supervision of the Transit Program Manager, performs work at the advanced working level and supervises other professionals engaged in the delivery of transit program activities involving rural and urbanized area transit systems in Georgia receiving assistance from the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) transit programs. These programs currently include assistance to carry out metropolitan, rural and urbanized area transit activities which may include the implementation of capital projects, including vehicle procurement for urbanized areas, facility improvements, other capital projects, transit system operations, and mobility management activities. These activities may be funded and implemented through FTA assistance under a variety of funding sources, including FTA Section 5303, 5304, 5307, 5311 and 5339 funding, among others, as authorized. This position serves in a key role to oversee the initiation, guidance, monitoring, and reporting of progress in carrying out transit activities contracted and funded by GDOT using federal and/or state funds.

      For additional information and to apply please visit:

    • Arlington County Virginia Government - Assistant Transit Bureau Chief


      Arlington County, VA government is looking for a transit professional to provide coordination and integration of the operations and capital programs of the Arlington Transit Bureau. The Bureau is responsible for the delivery of local fixed-route transit services (ART), paratransit call center and operations services (STAR), and oversight of regional rail, bus and paratransit services provided by the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority within Arlington. To apply:

    • Dallas Area Rapid Transit - Project Manager I, Capital Planning

      Posting dates: 3/16/2017 - 6/30/2017
      “Previous applicants need not reapply”.
      All applicants must apply online at
      (* indicates requisition 5235)

      Job Title*: Project Mgr. I- Capital Planning
      Pay Grade*: S11/ Starting Salary: $56,879
      Section*: Rail Planning
      Job Code: 7540
      Division*: Headquarters
      FLSA/EEO: Exempt/Professionals
      Department*: Rail Program Development


      Responsible for developing and leading transportation planning studies for rail capital projects including light-rail, commuter rail and streetcar. Position will be overseeing the activities of consultants engaged in planning studies and capital projects; rail and bus (passenger) facilities planning and implementation; corridor development and environmental analysis; financial planning and capital programming; grant development; and long-range system planning.

    • Sound Transit - Grants Specialist

      SALARY: $58,004.00 - $72,505.00 Annually
      CLOSING DATE: 07/04/17, 5:00 PM

      The Grants Specialist will help implement the Agency’s grant and loan program: including maintaining grant revenue forecasts; grant tracking databases; funding models; monitoring, managing and reporting on the Agency’s federal and state grants; preparing progress reports, and grant budget revisions amendments, and close-outs; identifies and secures grant funding sources, including grant application development and collaboration with stakeholders; ensures timely obligations and drawdowns of grant funds; and assists with preparation of federal oversight reviews.
      The posting will fill multiple roles.


      Bachelor’s Degree in business administration, public administration, planning, accounting, or related field and 3 years of grant development and administration experience, including public transportation grant requirements and processes.

      For more job details and to apply go to

    • Texas A&M Transportation Institute - Research Scientist


      The Texas A&M Transportation Institute (TTI), Planning Division seeks to hire a Research Scientist as Program Manager for the Transit Mobility Program. TTI is part of the Texas A&M University System and is recognized as one of the premier higher education affiliated transportation research agencies in the nation. The Transit Mobility program provides research and technology transfer expertise in all aspects of public transportation market research, planning, management, and operations. Program researchers bring a combination of direct operational skills in bus, paratransit, and rail modes and applied research experience with metropolitan, urban, and rural transit systems. The program is forward looking with an interest in innovative solutions for multi-modal transportation service delivery and in the planning implications of emerging technologies. Research projects result in practical, actionable recommendations for enhancing transit marketability, access, efficiency, effectiveness, safety, and sustainability.

      TTI seeks to fill this opening with an individual possessing professional achievement in public transportation and/or innovative mobility solutions. We expect this individual to have had extensive experience with and knowledge of public transportation organizations (as staff or through consulting/research assignments). This person will supervise other researchers, support staff, and student researchers across multiple TTI offices in Texas. Supervision duties include hiring, managing, and evaluating researchers; developing and mentoring them in business development and research implementation; providing leadership in maintaining and growing the program revenues and visibility; and overseeing quality control of research projects in the program. This individual is also expected to act as principal investigator (PI) on self-initiated research, to pursue and develop externally funded research, actively contribute to other projects in the program, to author publications, and lead and/or participate in research proposals.
      Position can be located at any TTI Office location.

      Salary is commensurate with experience and accomplishments.
      Interested individuals can apply for the position at:

      For questions or assistance regarding the job postings, please contact TTI Human Resources at:
      Texas A&M Transportation Institute
      Human Resources
      3135 TAMU
      College Station, Texas 77843-3135
      Phone: 979-845-9538

    • Transit Authority of Northern Kentucky - Director of Maintenance


      The Transit Authority of Northern Kentucky (located in the metropolitan area surrounding Cincinnati, Ohio) is accepting applications for the full-time position of Assistant Director of Maintenance. The Authority operates a fleet of 100 fixed-route buses and 30 paratransit vehicles, carrying approximately four million passengers annually. This is a grade 10 position with a starting salary of $55,000. Final salary will be commensurate with experience and qualifications.

      A full job description can be found at

      Persons interested in applying for this position should submit a resume to Renae Agramonte, Human Resources Manager by mail at: 3375 Madison Pike, Ft. Wright, KY 41017; or by email at: on or before Friday, June 30, 2017. This posting will remain open until the vacancy is filled.

      TANK is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

    • San Francisco Bay Area Water Emergency Transportation Authority - Public Information and Marketing Manager

      SALARY: $85,582-$131,664 annually
      CLOSING DATE: Open Until Filled

      Operating under the brand San Francisco Bay Ferry (SFBF), the San Francisco Bay Area Water Emergency Transportation Authority (WETA) carries approximately 2.5 million passengers per year on 4 routes serving the cities of Alameda, Oakland, San Francisco, South San Francisco, and Vallejo. WETA contracts with a private sector contractor to operate and maintain its fleet of 12 passenger-only vessels.
      Under general direction, the Public Information and Marketing Manager is responsible for the overall public information and marketing program which involves analyzing, developing, and managing all communication activities to increase awareness of WETA’s services.

      Public Information and Marketing Manager is a management class that handles the full array of the public information and marketing program. This position reports directly to the Executive Director and will be responsible for developing and managing the agency’s public information, outreach, media relations and marketing activities in support of the agency, its services and customers.

      Primary responsibilities include serving as Public Information Officer (PIO), providing project updates, answering agency, public, and media inquiries related to agency programs and activities; coordinates with other transit agency PIOs; acts as WETA’s spokesperson; managing WETA’s media relations including press releases, media inquiries, and press events; producing press releases, newsletters, articles, collateral materials, slide presentations, briefings, and speaking materials for Board Members or other managers/staff; managing BayAlerts, customer notification system, and social media messaging; monitoring social media and blogs for feedback about WETA’s services; posts responses as needed; planning and implementing effective public outreach strategies, promotional activities, and special events; making presentations before business, civic, and other community groups to increase ridership and awareness of WETA activities; monitoring and responding to customer inquiries and complaints; and developing and implementing an overall marketing strategy and plan for WETA and San Francisco Bay Ferry.

      Please visit: for a detailed job description and application information.

    • City of Tempe - Transit Manager

      TRANSIT MANAGER (RC#900741)

      (Public Works Department/Transportation
      and Traffic Engineering Division)
      The Transit Manager position manages, monitors and reviews professional contracts with public and private transit service providers; works with transit professionals at the local, regional and federal level, as well as with private sector transit staff, implements and manages city transit operations; manages related capital improvements.
      Annual Salary Range: $86,595 - $116,903
      Work Schedule: Monday – Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

      For the complete job bulletin, job description and minimum requirements please visit our website at

    • City of Fort Collins - Transport, Operations Manager


      The Transfort Operations Manager acts as an integral member of the Transfort / Parking department’s leadership team, reporting to the General Manager. The Operations Manager leads a team of over 125 bus operators, dispatch/schedulers and supervisors, including 4 direct reports, and is responsible for the leadership, management, and direction of all daily operations of Transfort bus operations.

      A very strong candidate for the Operations Manager will be a forward thinking, business minded leader who engages with the community and invites feedback for continuous improvement. Transfort and the City of Fort Collins face a variety of challenges and opportunities related to rapid population growth and increasing demand for transportation infrastructure; the Operations Manager will partner with the Transfort team in the strategic management and execution of several significant projects in the next few years. The ideal candidate will demonstrate an ability to develop influential partnerships and deliver on complex operational projects.

      The ideal candidate will offer strong interpersonal skills, exceptional organizational and administrative skills, a collaborative working style, and a willingness to engage in creative solutions and strategies. A very strong candidate will offer the capacity and interest in being an effective mentor and supportive leader for staff. Advanced oral and written communication skills are essential to the success of the Operations Manager. Please submit a cover letter and resume with your application. Application deadline is 3:00 p.m. MT on 7/13/2017.
      Relocation assistance may be available.

      Post-offer background check, motor vehicle report, and drug test required.

      For additional information and to apply, visit

    • City and County of San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency - Director of Transit, the Deputy Director of Bus Maintenance


      9182 Manager VIII, MTA (Deputy Director of Bus Maintenance)
      Recruitment PEX-9182-077928
      Salary: $151,372 - $193,180 annually
      Under policy direction of the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) Director of Transit, the Deputy Director of Bus Maintenance plans, organizes, directs and coordinates the major activities of the Bus Maintenance unit. The Bus Maintenance unit represents more than five maintenance sections with skilled craft personnel responsible for the service, maintenance and repair of fleet comprised of more than 900 bio-diesel, bio-diesel hybrid buses and electric trolley coaches including support facilities. The position is responsible for leading overall vehicle and equipment maintenance, overseeing the fleet engineering for rubber-tire, developing vehicle fleet plans to support revenue service requirements and monitoring activities related to vehicle procurement. This position directs activities to ensure compliance with local, state and federal guidelines, safety and regulatory policies including leading investigation of activities directly related to field safety and overall vehicle maintenance.

      The Deputy Director of Bus Maintenance will also be responsible for implementing programs and processes to enhance all aspects of heavy-duty transit vehicle service while providing leadership and guidance to a team of skilled craft personnel and supervisors. The incumbent provides highly complex management and policy support and may be required to perform duties in absence of Director of Transit. The position is subject to 24 hour call-back during emergency situations.

      To view the full job posting in detail and apply online, please click on the following link:

    • TriMet - Director of Bus Maintenance


      TriMet, a national leader in public transit, is looking for a Director of Bus Maintenance to join our team in Portland, Oregon. TriMet has three large bus garages that keep over 650 buses on the road, carrying our customers on over sixty million rides each year. This person will manage all of our bus maintenance across the entire TriMet landscape.

      You will report to the Executive Director of Maintenance for all our bus and rail, and you will lead and effectively manage maintenance for all bus-related garage activities. As such, you will place a priority on ensuring vehicles meet the highest performance and customer service standards. And always carry a commitment to safety through effective leadership, role modeling and implementing practices that demonstrate safety. That is one of our fundamental values and a priority in all aspects of our work.

      To see the details of this role, and to apply, go to

    • San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit - Assistant General Manager-Planning, Development and Construction


      BART located in the San Francisco Bay Area is seeking an experienced Transit executive who has proven leadership to serve as its AGM Planning, Development, and Construction. Reporting to the General Manager, this position will plan, direct, manage, and oversee the activities of the Executive Office of Planning, Development, and Construction. The individual will provide direction for Strategic Planning, Design and Construction of Capital Projects, the Office of the District Architect, Real Estate and Property Development, Sustainability, Energy Procurement, and Train Control Modernization.
      Interested candidates should possess a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in engineering, transportation planning, business administration, or a related field. Additionally, candidates should have seven years of management experience in the areas of civil or rail engineering, construction management, and/or public works project management as well as four years of direct management level supervision of an engineering staff. To submit a resume, please contact Gregg A. Moser at

    • South Bend Public Transportation Corporation - Director of Operations and Planning


      KL2 Connects LLC has been retained to recruit a Director of Operations and Planning for Transpo (South Bend, Indiana). Reporting to the General Manager/CEO, this individual will direct the overall operations of bus and paratransit services; formulate and administer procedures, improvements, and policy recommendations (for approval by the GM and Board of Directors); formulate system performance standards and monitor compliance; play a key role in the development of operations staff; facilitate the improvement of Transpo services through development of service plans in concert with local agencies and stakeholders; ensure a positive working environment conducive to high productivity; present programs and information to employees, professional organizations, governmental/regulatory agencies, and the public; and decide or delegate third-step union grievances per the collective bargaining agreement. Transpo provides fixed route and paratransit services to the cities of South Bend and Mishawaka, Indiana, home to five universities including the University of Notre Dame. Located in northeastern Indiana, the South Bend region offers a range of outdoor recreation, entertainment, dining, shopping, and cultural amenities. It boasts the second busiest airport in Indiana and is connected to Chicago via the South Shore Railroad. Transpo operates out of a LEED Platinum Administration, Operations, and Maintenance Facility, the nation’s first. In 2015 Transpo began updating its fixed route bus fleet and currently operates 19 CNG buses with an aggressive plan to be 100% CNG by 2021. Transpo recently completed construction of a $5.5 Million CNG public fast fueling center, the region’s largest. Transpo serves a population of approximately 175,000 and carries over 2.1 million riders annually. The system employs over 80 operators with 120 total employees. The ideal candidate will have public transit planning, operations and paratransit operational experience, a minimum of three years of management experience including labor relations, and a Bachelors in Public Administration, Urban Affairs, Business Administration, or a related field. This is an excellent opportunity with a progressive transit agency that offers an attractive compensation package, a relocation allowance, and equal opportunity. Transpo values diversity at all levels of its workforce — women and minority candidates are encouraged to apply. To be considered, forward a letter of interest, resume, and salary history to Paul Muldoon at at your earliest opportunity.

  • Notices

    • Prevost - DBE Goal


      encompassing both Nova Bus and Prevost brands
      For all DOT-Assisted contracts completed in Fiscal Year 2018 beginning October 1, 2017 and ending September 30, 2018, Prevost Car (US) Inc. has established a Disadvantaged Business Enterprise participation goal of 3%. Information pertaining to the determination of this goal is available for inspection from 7:00am to 4:00pm (Eastern Time) Monday through Friday at the Nova Bus/Prevost Car manufacturing facility located at 260 Banker Road in Plattsburgh NY 12901 for 30 calendar days following the date of publication of this notice. Written comments on this goal will be accepted for 45 calendar days from the date of publication of this notice and should be sent to the attention of the Diversity Officer at the same address or email

    • Lone Star Handicap Vans, LLC - DBE Goal


      Lone Star Handicap Vans, LLC, a TVM headquartered in Tyler, TX, announces its Federal Fiscal Year 2017/2018 goal of 3% for awarding Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) contracts, as required by 49 CFR 26.45 and 26.49. The DBE goal along with a description of how the goal was developed, is available for public view and comment by appointment from 8AM to 4PM Monday through Friday at the Lone Star Handicap Vans office, 12813 Hwy 64 West Tyler TX 75704, for 30 days following the date of this notice.

      Comments for informational purposes will be accepted for 45 days following the date of this notice, and should be sent to Lone Star Handicap Vans DBE Liaison Officer at the address above.
      Lone Star Handicap Vans, a manufacturer of wheelchair accessible vehicles, is actively seeking suppliers who qualify as DBEs that can supply quality parts and components at fair market prices. Interested suppliers should contact Lone Star Handicap Vans, LLC at or by mail at the above address.

    • CRRC MA Corporation - DBE Goal


      In accordance with U.S. Department of Transportation (USDOT) requirements set forth in 49 CFR Part 26, CRRC MA Corporation, a Transit Vehicle Manufacturer pursuing FTA-funded rail car contracts in the USA, hereby proposes an overall goal of 6.45 percent for Disadvantaged Business Enterprises (DBE) participation in contracting opportunities, Fiscal Year 2017. The DBE goal, along with the description of how the goal was developed, is available for public review and comment from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday, at CRRC MA Corporation, 100 Summer Street, Boston, MA 02110 Suite 1603 for 30 days following the date of this notice. CRRC MA will also accept comments on this goal for 45 days following the date of this notice via mail to Tina Andrews M/W/DBE Manager, CRRC MA Corp. 100 Summer Street, Boston, MA 02110 Suite 1603; via email to; and via phone: 617-620-4225. CRRC MA Corporation encourages qualified DBE/MBE/WBEs in the rail transit manufacturing industry to submit their qualifications and areas of expertise by email to Tina Andrews, at

    • Siemens Industry Inc. - Seeking Supplies & Services


      The Siemens Mobility Division Rolling Stock factory in Sacramento, CA is seeking qualified DBEs and Small Businesses that are able to supply goods and services in the area of railcar manufacturing. This can include but is not limited to: car body assemblies and components, interior and exterior illumination components, windows, windscreens, seats, interior paneling, luggage racks, handrails, flooring, traction electric components, wheel sets, diesel and cooling systems, cabling, high and low voltage electrical cabinets, fire detectors, fire extinguishers, smoke detectors, passenger information system and infotainment, destination signs, HVAC units, door components, brake systems, vehicle control systems, mechanical and electrical connecting parts, hardware, shipping supplies, MRO supplies, logistics, decal and vehicle wrapping, and technical services.

      We are interested in meeting potential suppliers to develop relationships and increase the probability of successfully obtaining business opportunities together. We constantly strive to deliver high quality solutions into the hands of our customers. To help achieve our mission, we partner with a broad variety of suppliers, including small and diverse businesses.

      Siemens actively encourages DBEs and Small Businesses that design, manufacture, supply &/or service components which are generally accepted in the rail transit manufacturing functions to submit their information together with their current certification.
      Please submit your information stating qualifications and areas of expertise by e-mail to our procurement department:

      To learn more about our products, please visit

    • Siemens Industry Inc. - DBE Goal


      In accordance with the regulations of the U.S. Department of Transportation, 49 CFR Part 26, Siemens Industry Inc., Mobility Division Rolling Stock, hereby proposes an overall goal of 5.69 percent for Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) participation in contracting opportunities during Fiscal Year 2018 (October 2017 – September 2018). The goal and its rationale are available for public review for 30 days from the date of this notice, at the address listed below. Hours of operation are Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

      Please address comments to:
      Ms. Michelle Picard
      Siemens Industry Inc.
      7464 French Road
      Sacramento, CA 95828
      (916) 681-3000

      Siemens actively encourages DBEs that design, manufacture and/or service components which are generally accepted in the rail transit manufacturing industry to submit their current certification from a UCP authorized agency.

    • Alexander Dennis, Inc. -DBE Goal


      In accordance with the requirements of the U.S. Department of Transportation, set forth in 49 C.F.R. Part 26, Alexander Dennis, Inc., hereby notifies the public that it is proposing the following Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (“DBE”) goal for applicable professional services, construction and procurement contracts during Fiscal Year 2018, beginning October 1, 2017 and ending September 30, 2018. The overall total DBE goal for Fiscal Year 2018 is 3%. Information pertaining to this goal and a description of how it was selected will be available for inspection from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (Eastern Time) at DLA Piper, LLP (US), 500 8th Street, NW, Washington, D.C. 20004 for 30 calendar days following the date of publication of this notice. Written comments on this goal will be accepted for 45 calendar days from the date of publication of this notice. The comments are for informational purposes only and may be sent to Daniel Cook, same address, AND to the Regional Civil Rights Officer, Federal Transit Administration, Region IX, 201 Mission Street, Suite 1650, San Francisco, CA 94105-1839 (telephone: (415) 744-3133; fax: (415) 744-2726).

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