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 Classifieds for June 22, 2018

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

    • Pinellas Suncoast Transit Authority - RFQ


      This is to notify potential Offerors of upcoming
      solicitation RFQ-900109 Central Avenue Bus Rapid
      Transit (BRT) Preliminary Engineering and Final
      Design Services. This is scheduled to be released on
      Friday, June 22, 2018 and will be located on the PSTA
      Procurement website: A Pre-Bid Conference is
      scheduled for Tuesday, June 26, 2018.

    • Orange County Transportation Authority - RFP


      The Orange County Transportation Authority
      (OCTA) invites proposals from qualified firms to
      provide federal legislative advocacy and consulting

      Proposals are due on or before 2:00 p.m., August
      13, 2018. A pre-proposal conference will be held
      on July 11, 2018 at 10:00 a.m. EST at 601 Pennsylvania
      Ave., NW, Suite 900, Washington, DC 20004.

      Firms may download the RFP at https://cammnet.

    • San Diego Metropolitan Transit System - RFP


      The San Diego Metropolitan Transit System (MTS)
      is accepting proposals for MTS DOC NO. B0691.0-18


      TIME, August 8, 2018

      Proposal documents will be available on or about
      June 15, 2018 by registering at:

      Sealed proposals will be due on August 8, 2018
      at 4:00 p.m., Prevailing Local Time, unless otherwise
      amended, at Metropolitan Transit System, Procurement
      Dept., 1255 Imperial Avenue, Suite 1000, San
      Diego, CA 92101

      Proposals received after that time or at any other
      place other than the place stated herein will not be

      Please refer any questions regarding this solicitation
      Claudine Aquino
      Contract Officer
      Telephone: (619) 557-4556

    • MTA-New York City Transit - QPL

      Qualified Products List (QPL)

      Notice to potential suppliers: NYCT will make
      available to potential vendors copies of the following
      Qualified Products List (QPL).

      Subway Car Parts: Subway car items including, but
      are not limited to, the following: Components &
      complete electrical controller pans, electrical &
      carbon brushes, electrical circuit parts & accessories,
      motor component parts, motor controllers, traction
      motor parts, structural & non-structural car body
      parts, wheel & truck parts, subway car assembly
      parts, subway car decals, insulators, air conditioning
      & air brake parts, as well as wheel truing machine
      items, gaskets, diesel engine parts, glass and signal
      communication equip.

      Track, Maintenance of Way, Building Supplies and
      Other Items: Items including, but are not limited to,
      the following: Power generators & distribution, wire &
      cable, electrical circuit components, coil, contacts,
      electrical lighting, electrical fittings, signal
      communications, air conditioning, boilers, pipes and
      fittings, valves, hoses, plumbing supplies, building
      materials, metals insulation, paint, hardware (screws,
      bolts, fasteners), tools, shops equipment, forms &
      paper, abrasives, welding materials, track material,
      lumber, electrical measuring equip, pump compressor
      parts, fuses, electrical fittings & accessories, bearings,
      lubrication fittings/ machines parts.

      Bus Parts: Items including, but are not limited to, the
      following: Brake lining, undercarriage, wheels,
      muffler & exhaust system, front & rear parts, steering
      & related parts, cooling & heating, system, fuel
      injection, transmission, windows & bus body parts.
      The aforementioned Qualified Products Lists are
      available to the public. These lists include item
      descriptions, currently approved suppliers on the
      Authority QPL, & estimated annual usage. The QPL
      package can be obtained by accessing our website

      MTA – New York City Transit
      2 Broadway
      New York, NY 10004

    • County of Rockland - RFP


      Sealed bids will be received by the Director of Purchasing
      for the County of Rockland, Bldg. A, 2nd
      Floor, 50 Sanatorium Rd., Pomona, NY 10970 for:

      Addendum # 8 for RFP-RC-2018-008

      Public Transit Management, Operations &
      Maintenance for Transit of Rockland
      Extended Closing: 7/12/18@3:00 pm

      Specifications and solicitation forms may be obtained
      by visiting the Purchasing Division’s Website
      at: or the Empire State Purchasing
      System at:

      Americans with Disabilities Act Notice: to request
      accommodations for a disability, please contact Ann
      Marie Curley, 4 days in advance, at (845) 364-3820.
      County of Rockland, Pomona, NY 10970
      Paul Brennan, CPPO, Director of Purchasing
      Dated: 6/25/18

    • Norwalk Transit District - RFQ


      The Norwalk Transit District (NTD) is seeking submittals
      from qualified firms for Professional Architectural,
      Engineering and Construction Management Services
      required for on-call services in accordance with
      requirements of the Request for Qualifications (RFQ)

      RFQ documents are available through:
      • download from the NTD website at www. > Procurement;
      • by emailing;
      • download from the State of Connecticut Department
      of Administrative Services Contracting
      Portal at .

      Qualifications shall be submitted to Lori Richards,
      Norwalk Transit District, 275 Wilson Avenue, Norwalk,
      CT 06854, on or before 3:00 p.m., Tuesday, July
      31, 2018. Qualifications received after the deadline
      will not be considered and will be returned to the
      Proposer unopened.

      A Pre-Bid Conference will be held at Norwalk
      Transit District, 275 Wilson Avenue, Norwalk, CT
      06854 on Tuesday, July 10, 2018 at 1:00 p.m. EST.
      Any contract resulting from this Request for
      Qualifications is subject in part to a financial assistance
      contract between the NTD and the Federal
      Transit Administration and the Connecticut Department
      of Transportation. All Respondents will be
      required to certify that they are not on the Comptroller
      General’s list of ineligible contractors. Further,
      the respondent will be required to comply with all
      applicable equal employment opportunity laws and

      The NTD reserves the right to reject any and all
      qualifications as submitted by this RFQ, and to waive
      informalities and irregularities, as it deems in its best

    • National Transit Institute - RFS


      Date for receipt of submissions:
      WEDNESDAY, JULY 18, 2018 by 2:00 PM (EST)

      The National Transit Institute (NTI) is seeking
      submissions from qualified organizations to provide
      on-demand printing and binding services that provide
      NTI with the flexibility to:
      1. Upload and store electronic documents in a
      secure online library;
      2. Customize documents with regard to color
      and/or black and white cover options, tabs and binding,
      and single or double sided printing;
      3. Proof final documents online;
      4. Produce high quality printed documents that
      meet binding and finishing specifications;
      5. Deliver printed documents to designations in
      the United States

      NTI conducts approximately 300 facilitator-led
      learning events per year throughout the United
      States. NTI seeks to implement/continue a structured
      process for storing document files, producing printed
      materials on demand, and delivering the materials to
      the desired locations.

      The number of participants for each learning
      event can range from 15 to 200. The format of the
      required materials can range from a 12-page saddlestitched
      booklet, to a 100-page spiral bound book,
      to a 300-page multi-tabbed manual in a three-ring
      binder. NTI has determined that a structured ondemand
      printing process to produce and deliver
      our materials will provide the flexibility and cost
      effectiveness we need to fulfill our mission. This
      solicitation is intended to serve NTI’s needs for up to
      a two (2) year period from the time of award while
      NTI evaluates its future needs for participants in our

      Rutgers University is an equal opportunity employer
      and is committed to provide opportunitiesto small business, minority-owned businesses and/
      or female-owned businesses. These businesses are
      encouraged to submit.

      To obtain a copy of the complete solicitation,
      email Paula Devansky at pdevanksy@nti.rutgers.
      edu. The request must contain “On-Demand Printing
      and Binding Services” in the subject line. Telephone
      requests are unacceptable.
      Agency: The National Transit Institute
      Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey
      120 Albany Street, Suite 250
      New Brunswick, NJ 08901

    • LYNX - RFP

      Legal Notice for the Following Solicitation:
      RFP 18-R20 Digital Information Signage and Fare Payment Kiosk Systems

      This solicitation can be obtained from our website at
      If you have any questions and/or concerns, please contact Lou Emma Cromity at 407-254-6057.
      Thank you for your interest in doing business with LYNX.

  • Help Wanted

    • Corpus Christi Regional Transportation Authority - Director of Marketing


      Job Title: Director of Marketing
      Closing Date: Opened Until Filled
      Work Location: Corpus Christi, Texas
      Salary: $66,435.20-$102,960.00 (Min-Max Annually)
      General Summary: Under general direction of
      the Chief Executive Officer, the Director of Marketing
      is responsible for leading, producing, implementing
      and evaluating communications and marketing
      strategies that increase public awareness and
      understanding of RTA initiatives; provides advice on
      complex issues affecting both internal and external
      stakeholders and plays a pivotal role in communicating
      the RTA’s position. The Director of Marketing
      will lead a team of professionals in corporate communications,
      marketing, intergovernmental affairs,
      and public affairs. The incumbent is responsible for
      overseeing the dissemination of all public relations
      activities, news conferences, news releases, briefing
      notes and public information.
      Job Title: Vehicle Maintenance Technician (Mechanic
      Closing Date: Opened Until Filled
      Work Location: Corpus Christi, Texas
      Salary: $18.70-$28.98 (Min-Max Hourly)
      General Summary: Working under direct supervision
      of the Mechanic Supervisor, performs a variety
      of inspection and repairs to engine, transmissions,
      air conditioning and heating systems, electrical hydraulic
      systems, suspension, air brakes and steering
      systems to maintain all fleet vehicles in good working
      order. Position also requires working along with
      other mechanics in major repairs and overhauls. Also
      performs state safety inspections as required by the
      Texas Department of Public Safety to ensure RTA is in
      compliance with state and federal regulations.

    • Northern Indiana Commuter Transportation - Job Opportunities


      The Northern Indiana Commuter Transportation
      District (“South Shore Line”) seeks highly qualified,
      motivated, and experienced candidates to serve in
      various leadership and managerial opportunities for
      its Double Track NWI (estimated budget $347M) and
      Westlake Corridor (estimated budget $647M) Projects.
      The persons selected will help shape the future
      of the South Shore Line and the regional economy of
      Northwest Indiana for the next 100 years. Successful
      candidates will join a team that is dedicated to
      successfully completing these projects on time and
      within budget. The position opportunities, position
      types, and annual starting salary ranges are:
      Double Track NWI Deputy Project Manager
      (Contract to Hire)($75K-$85K)
      Westlake Corridor Deputy Project Manager
      (Contract to Hire)($75K-$85K)
      Lead Civil / Rail Engineer
      (Contract to Hire)($100K-$110K)
      Quality Assurance Manager
      (Contract to Hire)($85K-$95K)
      Risk Manager
      (Five Year Contract)($95K-$105K)
      Systems Lead
      (Indefinite Term At Will)($75K-$85K)
      Rail System Safety Specialist
      (Indefinite Term At Will)($70K-$80K)

      The compensation package includes, but not
      limited to, annual salary, health insurance, dental
      insurance, vacation, Railroad Retirement Board
      benefits, and supplemental pension. Further details
      are available during the interview process. For more
      information about these opportunities, including
      information on how to apply, go to:

      The deadline to apply is 1 p.m., July 2, 2018.
      Late applications will not be accepted, nor will NICTD
      accept responsibility for misdirected, lost, or misaddressed
      applications. Apply early for consideration;
      NICTD reserves the option to close this opportunity
      before the stated deadline.

      Questions? Please e-mail

    • Capital Area Transit System (Baton Rouge, LA) - Director of Human Resources

      ​Capital Area Transit System (Baton Rouge, LA)
      Director of Human Resources
      *Requires a Bachelor’s degree from college or university in Public Administration, Human Resources Management, Business or related field
      *Min. 7 years of experience in Human Resources
      *Min of five years of HR Manager or HR Director level experience
      *A valid Louisiana driver’s license
      Please refer to to see the full job posting and to apply.


    • ​​​​​Capital Area Transit System (Baton Rouge, LA) - Compliance Manager

      ​Capital Area Transit System (Baton Rouge, LA)
      Compliance Manager

      *Requires a Bachelor’s degree from college or university in Public Administration, Business Administration or a related field
      *A Masters degree is preferred
      *Min. 5 years of professional level related experience
      *A valid Louisiana driver’s license
      Please refer to to see the full job posting and to apply.

    • City and County of San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency - Manger, IV

      Recruitment PEX-9174-087465
      Salary: $117,078 - $149,448 annually

      Under general administrative direction, the 9174 Manager IV, MTA (Division Manager) manages bus and rail division of transit service activities in the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA). The Division Manager directs, coordinates, monitors, evaluates, and assigns work to assigned division staff levels 100 to 500 working around the clock, and leads activities to maintain morale, provide motivation and enforce discipline. The Division Manager represents the division and the SFMTA, attends meetings, makes presentations, coordinates with other management staff, and performs related duties as required.
      The 9174 Manager IV, MTA (Division Manager) may be assigned to the rail division, and/or may be assigned to perform special project(s), or other tasks not specifically listed below provided that the assignment is consistent with the level of responsibility of the Manager IV, MTA position. The position is subject to twenty four (24) hour call-back during emergency situations.

      Nature of work: Due to the regular schedule and demand of the job, some assignments may require incumbents to work rotating shifts, evenings, holidays and weekends and may be assigned to be on standby status.

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

    • Broward County Board of County Commissioners - Planner, Senior

      Location: Fort Lauderdale, Florida
      Job Status: Full-Time
      Salary: $60,064.45 – $95,862.10
      Job ID: 1403746

      Broward County Board of County Commissioners is seeking a Senior Planner for Broward County Transit (BCT)

      Broward County Transit (BCT), the second largest transit system in Florida is seeking an innovative, highly qualified Senior Planner to manage the analysis and reporting of data in Service & Capital Planning. Key responsibilities for this position involve planning duties specifically related to the collection, compilation, comparison and analysis of raw statistical and summary data from operational materials and various sources to monitor transit performance indicators and transit service standards. These analyses are used to create various reports, respond to inquiries and complaints regarding route performance and design, and fulfill local, state and federal reporting requirements.

      Do you possess the strategic business acumen, leadership, management and relationship building skills necessary to lead and direct this dynamic administrative team? Come be a part of the team leading the effort to deliver the highest level of passenger service, safety and satisfaction to the citizens and visitors of Broward County.

      Check out our benefits at

      If interested, please submit an application at

      Broward County Board of County Commissioners is an equal opportunity employer and provider of services.

    • Sound Transit - Job Opportunities


      Sound Transit is looking for dedicated professionals for our winning team to make more connections for more people, to more places. People who share a commitment to building a sustainable environment, stronger communities, and a better quality of life in the Greater Seattle area will enjoy a fulfilling career at Sound Transit.
      Here are some of the positions we are currently recruiting for:
      • Commuter Rail Mechanical Superintendent - Job #18-01417
      • Deputy Executive Director, Capital Project Development - Job #18-01406
      • Deputy Executive Director, Facilities & Systems Maintenance - Job #17-01177
      • Director, Commuter Rail, Bus & Paratransit - Job #18-01389
      • Enterprise Solution Architect - Job #18-01274
      • Facilities Design Review Lead - Job #17-01151.2
      • Principal Construction Manager - Job #17-01143
      • Program Manager Risk Engineering - Job #17-01163
      • Rail Activation Manager - Job #18-01420
      • Rail Activation Manager, Link Projects - Job #18-01419
      • Sr Business Analyst, Procurement & Contracts
      • Sr Civil Engineer, ROW - Job #17-01242
      • Sr Commuter Rail Analyst - Job #18-01418
      • Structural Engineering Manager - Job #18-01383
      • Systems Engineer, Traction Electrification - Job #18-01380
      • Tacoma Link Transportation Superintendent - Job #18-01375
      • Track Engineering Manager - Job #18-01352

      For other opportunities, complete job details and to apply, go to:
      Sound Transit is an equal opportunity employer. We place a high value on, and are committed to, diversity within our organization and leadership.

    • University of California-San Francisco - Transit Safety and Compliance Manager


      UCSF seeks a Transit Safety and Compliance Manager in the Transportation Services department.

      Job Overview

      The Transit Safety and Compliance Manager serves as the lead person within the area of transit safety and risk. The Manager is responsible for creating, monitoring and updating shuttle driver training and on-boarding processes; overseeing remedial training programs; providing leadership to identify driver safety risks that may warrant process improvements, investigation and training; coordinates and develops all in-house classroom and behind-the-wheel training plans.

      Required Qualifications

      • Bachelor’s degree in Public Health/Safety or related area and five years equivalent experience
      • At least five years of experience in Transit Fleet Safety and/or Risk Management
      • Thorough knowledge of transit industry laws and regulations; knowledge of applicable DOT and FSMCA compliance standards
      • Detailed knowledge of bus and shuttle safety techniques
      • Proven ability to develop and deploy transit safety training
      • Demonstrated leadership skills including: coaching, facilitation, presentation, and team building
      • Thorough written, verbal, presentation and interpersonal communication skills
      • California driver’s license, Class B with passenger endorsement and air-brake qualified

      Preferred Qualifications

      • California Department of Motor Vehicles Certified Driver Examiner
      • Defensive Driving certification, ex. Smith System

      Please apply online at: and click on ‘Human Resources at the bottom of the page. Select UCSF Campus Job Seekers; search for job 49202BR.
      The University of California San Francisco is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer

    • Transystems Corporation - Transit Market Sector Leader


      This is an opportunity to become an integral part of our national transit team, working with our national transit and freight rail leaders, as well as the local management team in California. While a significant portion of the work will be based in Southern California, some level of travel can be expected. The ideal candidate will possess strong client relationships and management skills, demonstrated leadership ability, strong technical experience and be adept at preparing and leading interviews, collaborating on project pursuits and consistently exceeding clients’ expectations. Solid client relationships in the local transit market is a must, relationships with freight railroads is a plus.

      Basic Qualifications:
      • Bachelor’s degree in the civil or structural engineering field, Master’s preferred
      • Minimum of 20 years of design and management experience in the planning and design of transit/rail infrastructure is required
      • Registration as a licensed Professional Engineer in California or ability to obtain in 6 months is required
      General Duties & Responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned.
      1. Identify, pursue, and win transit work in California through established relationships and technical expertise.
      2. Responsible for overall supervision and quality of those projects which are assigned. Assure projects conform to the contractual agreements the firm has made to our clients.
      3. Assure projects are completed within the allocated period of time and within the budget that has been assigned.
      4. Serve as Client Manager responsible for client development, project delivery and overall client satisfaction.
      5. Assist the California leadership in the implementation of the marketing plan and business development goals established for the firm.
      6. Provide team leadership. Plan, organize, and supervise the work of staff.
      7. Evaluate progress of the staff and results obtained and recommend changes to achieve overall objectives.
      8. Mentor other employees.

      Maintain professional and technical knowledge by attending educational workshops; reviewing professional publications; establishing personal networks; participating in professional societies.
      To apply, please click this link:

    • Atlanta-region Transit Link Authority - Legal Associate


      FLSA Status Exempt
      Pay Grade N on Georgia Statewide Salary Plan
      (Salary is commensurate with experience and skills)


      The Atlanta-region Transit Link Authority (ATL) is in search of a Legal Associate to become part of the Legal unit team. If you are detail oriented, analytical, and an effective communicator, with a “team” mentality, we’d like to speak with you concerning your next career choice.

      Job Description:

      This position reports directly to the General Counsel and will perform a variety of tasks as directed by the General Counsel that are related to the legal needs of the Authority and the Authority’s affiliated entities (i.e., State Road and Tollway Authority and the Georgia Regional Transportation Authority). Tasks may include but are not limited to reviewing, drafting and negotiating contracts, intergovernmental agreements and other legal documents; performing legal research; researching and advising on US Department of Transportation regulations such as Federal Transit Administration (FTA) and Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) requirements and best practices, drafting memoranda and PowerPoint presentations; and providing other legal services as needed. This position will build and sustain relationships within the state and the Authority’s external partners to allow for effective communication and problem resolution as needed.

      Job Responsibilities & Performance Standards:

      • Transactional – Maintains a good working knowledge of contract law. Reviews, drafts and negotiates all types of contracts (e.g., operations, intergovernmental, construction, technology, intellectual property, confidentiality, etc.); resolves conflicts related to or arising out of contracts; addresses any other issues that may arise related to an agreement.
      • Federal Highway Administration – Maintains a thorough understanding of and familiarity with FHWA and other federal rules, regulations, and circulars applicable to the Authority; provides legal advice with respect to compliance with these federal laws, regulations, policy and guidance. Federal Transit Administration – Maintains a thorough understanding of and familiarity with FTA and other federal rules, regulations, and circulars applicable to the Authority; provides legal advice with respect to compliance with these federal laws, regulations, policy and guidance.
      • State Laws – Maintains an understanding of the Authority’s code (and those of its affiliated entities) and other state laws with which the Authority as a state entity must comply.
      • General Legal – Attends regular meetings as assigned; provides legal assistance on a diverse range of legal issues and potential risks that impact the Authority; assists with policy changes and formulates new processes/procedures in support of Authority goals.
      • Advises and advocates on behalf of the Authority – Follows up on unresolved citizen/customer complaints that are escalated to the Legal Unit; follows up on vendor/consultant issues that are escalated to the legal unit; follows up on internal issues that are escalated to the legal unit from other business units; follows up on issues related to localities that are escalated to the legal unit; addresses issues that are impacted by applicable laws or changes in these laws; provides information to other business units, localities and external partners as needed.
      • Communication – Effectively interacts with all levels of management and Authority employees and external partners; translates complex or legal information into a format that can be understood by others; discusses legal requirements and submits appropriate recommendations which best meet these requirements; confers with other members of the legal unit and other business units to resolve problems quickly.
      • Violations – If directed by General Counsel, assists with the management of the violations caseload, including but not limited to reviewing, preparing, partnering with the Law Department on violation cases brought before OSAH, and supervising personnel performing violations-related work.
      • Other duties as assigned by Management.


      • Compliance with state bar ethics requirements.
      • Strong contract drafting and negotiation skills.
      • Legislative drafting and interpretation.
      • Preparation of presentations for meetings with internal staff and external partners.
      • Organizational skills; customer service skills; project management skills.
      • Self-starter.
      • Ability to prioritize the changing legal needs and tasks.
      • Contributing to the vision, mission and values of the Authority through responsible and effective legal work.
      • Excellent grammar skills.
      • Ability to work with various types of organizations and a diverse population.

      Minimum Qualifications:

      The minimal qualifications for this position include a law degree from an American Bar Association accredited law school, be a member in good standing of the Georgia Bar Association, and have 5-6 years of related legal experience. In addition, applicants must have excellent oral and written communication skills and be self-motivated. Applicants must be detail oriented, capable of working independently, and maintain confidentiality of work matters as required by law and the rules promulgated by the Georgia Bar Association. Applicants must be adept at identifying and analyzing problems, using sound legal reasoning to arrive at conclusions or recommendations. Applicants must also have experience finding alternative solutions to complex problems, and distinguishing between relevant and irrelevant information to make decisions based on the facts and on the law. Applicants must possess interpersonal acumen for interacting with a broad range of clients, internally and externally, with a varied education level. Applicants must be flexible to adapt to the changing needs of the Authority on a daily basis. Applicants must possess the Authority’s core values of Integrity, Collaboration, Innovation, Customer Focus, and Diversity.

      Preferred Qualifications:

      Experience with government or related public sector industry preferred. Prior experience working in the transportation industry generally and public transit specifically is preferred.

      To Apply For This Position

      Interested applicants should submit a resume via e-mail to by Friday, July 13, 2018, along with a completed State of Georgia employment application (available on the SRTA website). All applicants MUST include the title “Legal Associate” in the subject line of the e-mail message.

      Due to the volume of applications received by this office, we are unable to provide information on application status by phone or e-mail.

      Applicants who are selected for an interview will be contacted to arrange an appointment for an interview.

      Applicants who are not selected for an interview will not receive notification.

      Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

      The State Road and Tollway Authority reserves the right to close this recruitment process at any time during the announcement period once a sufficient, qualified applicant pool has been identified.

      Company Information

      ATL is an independent Authority charged with regional transit planning for 13 counties in metro Atlanta. For more information, visit for more information.

      ATL is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex (including gender identity, sexual orientation, and pregnancy), age, genetic information, disability, veteran status, or other protected class.

    • Community Transit - Capital Project Manager


      Responsible for planning and managing assigned capital projects within the constraints of scope, quality, time, and cost, to deliver specified requirements and meet customer satisfaction. Position is responsible for writing proposals, estimating costs, developing budget proposals, developing schedules, drafting contracts, overseeing consultants, and interacting with staff, consultants, and members of the public for assigned projects.

      The capital program includes planning and construction of multimillion dollar transit infrastructure projects such as transit centers and stations, park and ride facilities, operating/maintenance bases as well as new initiatives such as bus rapid transit and transit oriented development.

      Apply online or

      As a recipient of federal funds, Community Transit is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not unlawfully discriminate on any basis prohibited by Federal, State or Local law.

    • Jacksonville Transportation Authority - Vice President/Chief Development Officer


      Summary of Job:

      Under the general direction of the CEO, responsible for creating and implementing an economic development strategy that sustains the Jacksonville Transportation Authority through its real property assets and long-term lease agreements in general and transit-oriented development (TOD) in particular; implementing regional transportation system planning initiatives with regional stakeholder participation that are commensurate with multi-modal approaches and alternative service delivery models. Develops, implements and maintains the Authority’s capital program plans in consultation with the Executive Leadership Team. Coordinates sustainable practices in cooperation with inter-agency and regional partners.

      Application Process:
      To apply for this vacancy, please contact Jacksonville Transportation Authority’s Recruiting Department, at; subject line, Chief Development Officer.

    • Capital Metro - Director, Demand Response Operations


      The Director, Demand Response Operations reports directly to the VP, Demand Response & Innovative Mobility. This position is responsible for managing all Capital Metro demand response products primarily including the ADA MetroAccess paratransit service. Areas of responsibility include reservations, scheduling, dispatch coordination, paratransit contract oversight, service planning, budget compliance, and innovative mobility operations. Ensures the delivery of well-coordinated service at all steps of the service delivery process, and continuous improvement of all demand responsive products. This position will coordinate directly with contracted service provider management; community partners; paratransit contracts staff; Capital Metro planning department; Capital Metro procurement; Capital Metro Finance; and all other stakeholders. The person in the position is also responsible for the entire process of daily demand response operations in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Capital Metro policies.

      Education and Experience:

      • Bachelor’s Degree in Planning, Business, Computer Science, Project Management, Public Affairs, Economics, or related field. Additional relevant experience may be substituted for educational requirements on a year for year basis for up to four (4) years.
      • Eight (8) years progressively responsible operational or business experience in transit, business management, Project Management, customer services, call center, scheduling, logistics or related environment.
      • Includes three (3) years supervisor or lead position directing staff in a business, transit, or customer service environment preferred.

      Salary Range: $93,759 to $121,886/YR

      Consider joining the team that keeps one of the best and fastest growing cities in the nation moving!

    • Tampa Bay Area Regional Transportation Authority - Executive Director Recruitment


      is conducting a search for an Executive Director. This process is being overseen by the TBARTA Policy Committee and managed by Krauthamer and Associates (K&A), an executive search firm.
      Application Deadline: 08/17/18

      This position requires:

      • A Bachelor’s degree in Public Administration, Business Management, Urban Development, Planning, Engineering or related field.
      • Executive level management, with proven abilities in consensus building, communication, budgeting and financial management, contract management, planning;
      • Experience in transit or transportation management, including, without limitation, multi-modal systems, and knowledge of transit and/or transportation programs and financing strategies.

      Please visit for more information and to apply.

    • San Mateo County Transit District - DBE Administrator


      San Mateo County Transit District is seeking a DBE Administrator to be responsible for the development and administration of Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) programs for the Peninsula Corridor Joint Powers Board (Caltrain) and SamTrans. For a complete view of the job description and to apply online, please visit our website at:

    • Long Island Rail Road - Deputy Chief Safety Officer

      JOB ID: 93115

      Department: Corporate Safety
      Post Date: 6/22/2018
      Close Date: 7/6/2018
      Salary Range: Minimum: $112,280
      Midpoint: $140,350

      Position Classification: Safety Sensitive
      Location: Queens
      Reports To: Vice President Corporate Safety
      HAY Points: 994
      This is a Non-Represented Position.

      Please note that this position has been designated as a “Policy Maker” pursuant to the New York State Public Officers Law & the MTA Code of Ethics. As such, you will be required to complete a Financial Disclosure Statement that will be provided to you by the New York State Joint Commission on Public Ethics.


      This position contributes to the achievement of Long Island Rail Road operations and strategic objectives through the provision of research and analysis of changing LIRR, MTA, local, state, and federal policies and regulations ensuring mandates are met. This division acts as primary representatives in all legislative, regulatory and public rail transportation industry forums and/or meetings in which LIRR has a vested interest. These include forums and/or meetings conducted by, but not limited to: the Railroad Safety Advisory Committees (RSAC), American Public Transit Agency (APTA) , Federal Railroad Administration (FRA), American Association of Railroads (AAR), the National Safety Transportation Board (NTSB)/Public Transportation Safety Board (PTSB), Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)/Public Employees Safety and Health (PESH), Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA), Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) and the Department of Homeland Security. Serve as FRA required program compliance officer for mandated FRA programs including SAFER (Title 49 Part 217 Railroad Operating Rules); Passenger Train Emergency Preparedness (49 CFR Part 239), System Safety Program Plan (49 CFR Part 270); Critical Incident Stress Plan (49 CFR Part 272). This position contributes to the achievement of Long Island Rail Road (LIRR) operations and strategic objectives through the provision of effective system safety policies and programs consistent with organizational needs, MTA policies, and governmental regulations/initiatives as they pertain to safety. This position directs the implementation and administration of a System Safety Program Plan that encompasses, but is not limited to, safety assessments, hazard analyses, environmental engineering, industrial hygiene, occupational safety and health within the scope of federal, state and local regulations. This position is responsible for developing and managing LIRR’s safety certification process, the System Safety Program Plan (SSPP), and assessing the LIRR’s Safety Goal Implementation Plan (SGIP). This position is directly responsible for overseeing LIRR compliance with all federal, state, and local reporting requirements for employee, customer, contractor, train incidents, accidents and injuries. This includes meeting the monthly regulatory accident/incident filing requirements under Title 49 CFR Part 225 Rail Railroad Accidents/Incidents: Reports Classification, and Investigations as well as monthly President’s Corporate and MTA Board reports. This position also prepares and engages in research, review and analysis of customer and employee safety matters as directed by LIRR and MTA senior management.


      Responsibilities may include but are not limited to:
      • Provide the strategic leadership and direction to ensure that LIRR is represented on all regulatory and standards committees governing operational and safety related issues. Ensure LIRR has the opportunity to communicate its concerns about proposed legislation/regulations and/or changes to current operational protocols and procedures. Communicate new regulations and standards to affected departments. Research and provide analysis of published rule making and standards to proactively ensure compliance. Provide guidance to insure proper interpretation, application and compliance with all Federal and State regulations and industry standards.
      • Develop policies and direct staff to ensure compliance with monthly incident and accident reporting as required under FRA Title 49 CFR Part 225. Ensure compliance with OSHA and PESHA incident and accident reporting. Provide monthly safety performance reports to the LI Committee of the MTA Board and issue President’s Monthly documenting safety performance for each of the operating departments, customer incidents, rail incidents, fire incidents, community outreach, etc.
      • Develop policies and programs and direct staff in the implementation of the FRA mandated observation program for compliance with Part 217 Railroad Operating Rules. Ensure reports are generated monthly, every six months, annually and as required to document and monitor LIRR’s compliance with 217. Work with Transportation, M of E, Stations, and Engineering to ensure observation mandates are being met. Work with IT to ensure the SAFER/ECR system is functioning as required. Ensure FRA program filings for Passenger Train Emergency Preparedness and Critical Incident Stress Plans are up-to-date and on file with the FRA as required. Serve as lead during FRA Audits. Develop a strategy and direct staff to conduct periodic internal audits to monitor Operating Department compliance.
      • Develop policies and programs and direct staff in the development, review, implementation, and assessment of the LIRR’s System Safety Program Plan in compliance with NYS Department of Transportation and Title 49 CFR Part 270 System Safety Program Plan requirements. This includes developing a strategy to ensure audits of each of the twenty elements for conformance, compliance, quality, and effectiveness is completed as required.
      • In compliance with industry standards and state and federal regulations, including 49 CFR Parts 236 and 270, direct the process for Safety Certification of software/computer based safety critical systems and processor-based technology used in Operations ensuring solutions meet all requirements while ensuring the safety of employees, customers, and the communities we serve. Responsible for directing the research and evaluation of new technologies for use in LIRR operations, approving recommendations for implementation.
      • Manage, select, develop, train and motivate subordinate staff to ensure departmental and corporate goals are met. Provide career development, counseling, and guidance. Ensure continuing education/refresher training is adequate to maintain a state of the art division. Manage performance of staff and recommend promotional/disciplinary action as required. Responsible for discipline/termination when necessary.
      • Create a professional environment that respects individual differences and enables all employees to develop and contribute to their full potential.
      • Ensure a safe working environment and adherence to guidelines of company safety policies and procedures. Lead by example.
      • Perform other assignments as requested by Senior Management.


      • Minimum (7) seven years managing other management personnel or regulatory function in the rail industry.
      • Must possess extensive working knowledge of applicable federal, state, and local railroad safety-related regulations, including regulations and procedures promulgated by Federal Railroad Administration, Occupational Safety and Health Administration, and NYS Public Employees Safety and Health.
      • Must be a seasoned manager with a strong work ethic, business acumen, and must be capable of effectively introducing change to the way business is conducted, which may involve organizational and cultural changes.
      • Must possess demonstrated understanding of rail operations, occupations, equipment, technical standards, work environments, and practices.
      • Must possess demonstrated strategic management skills, including strategic planning, organization, project prioritization and management, resource identification and allocation.
      • Must possess strong analytical, problem identification and resolution skills.
      • Must possess ability to coordinate work and resources across management and department levels, and among agencies to build positive working relationships and accomplish shared goals.
      • Must possess strong ability to operate effectively in high pressure situations; must be flexible and able to adapt to change.
      • Must possess demonstrated mastery of business/negotiating skills to effectuate multiple projects in timely and effective manner.
      • Must possess demonstrated effective leadership skills, which must be displayed both to internal and external customers, including labor organizations.
      • Must possess critical thinking and root cause analytical skills, especially relative to operational issues.
      • Must possess effective proven problem solving, judgment and sound decision-making skills.
      • Must possess project management, negotiating and internal consulting skills and experience to productively work with senior staff level to accomplish departmental goals.
      • Must possess excellent organizational skills with ability to handle multiple tasks simultaneously.
      • Must possess superior human relations, presentation and interpersonal communications skills (written and verbal).
      • Strong, effective leadership and management skills in order to develop the organization, including setting high standards of professional conduct. Ability to effectively motivate, develop and influence others in a positive and productive manner to meet department/corporate goals. Experience developing and mentoring employees for succession planning purposes.
      • Strong understanding of company/department operations, policies and procedures. Working knowledge of union rules with experience managing within a complex, unionized environment.
      • Ability to plan, forecast, set objectives/goals to support corporate goals and determine course of action.
      • Must have the ability to identify risks/problems, organize and convey pertinent information, and recommend viable solutions.
      • Must be able to work effectively across and within multi-disciplinary teams.
      • Must be a seasoned manager with proven progressively responsible experience in a related system safety environment with knowledge of the various safety management system programs.
      • Ability to direct business functions associated with operations, including budgets, utility costs, resource and material allotment.
      • Must possess strong human relations, communication, interpersonal, problem solving, decision-making, and judgment skills. Must demonstrate a high level of initiative, professional integrity and demeanor.
      • The incumbent must understand and communicate technical issues to various audiences, anticipate and recommend audience responses, and put specific actions and policies into context with broad internal and external issues.
      • Incumbent must be articulate, persuasive, and self-confident and possess a mature leadership style, which enables the incumbent to develop the organization, as well as manage conflict.
      • Must possess and display proven leadership abilities including effective interpersonal and communication skills to effectively engage all level of LIRR employees in achieving safety and operating excellence.
      • Must be able to maintain a high degree of confidentiality and discretion.
      • Must possess a valid driver’s license.

      Preferred/Desirable Skills/Qualifications:

      • Thorough knowledge of railroad operations with respect to transportation operations, equipment and engineering.

      How to Apply:

      Anyone interested in this position must apply online to 93115.

      To view job posting and apply online, enter the following into your web browser: and click on the Long Island Rail Road hyperlink and agree to the Privacy Policy.

      The Long Island Rail Road is an Equal Opportunity Employer

    • Port Authority of Allegheny County - Chief Development Officer

      ​The Port Authority of Allegheny County is seeking a dynamic, strategic and visionary Chief Development Officer. The position leads all aspects of the Authority’s short and long-term capital planning, capital engineering, asset management and systems planning services. The CDO advises the CEO and Board on all planning and development matters for the Authority and sets its long range strategic plan. For more information or to submit a resume, please contact Gregg A. Moser at

  • Notices

    • Bloomington Public Transportation Corporation - DBE Goals


      The Bloomington Public Transportation Corporation (BPTC) hereby proposes the establishment of a three year goal (FY 2019-2021) of 1% for DBE participation in DOT-assisted contract.
      The program and the rationale for the proposed goal is available for public inspection during regular business hours Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at the BPTC office, 130 West Grimes Lane, Bloomington, IN 47403. The BPTC and DOT will accept comments on the program and the goal. Comments may be addressed to:
      Bloomington Public Transportation Corporation
      Attention: DBE Liaison Officer
      130 West Grimes Lane
      Bloomington, IN 47403
      and to:
      Federal Transit Administration
      Office of Civil Rights
      1200 New Jersey Ave. SE
      East Building, 5th Floor
      Washington, DC 20590

    • Siemens Mobility Inc. - DBE Goal


      In accordance with the regulations of the U.S. Department of Transportation, 49 CFR Part 26, Siemens Mobility, Inc. Rolling Stock, hereby proposes an overall goal of 5.33 percent for Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) participation in contracting opportunities during Fiscal Year 2019 (October 2018 – September 2019). 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 Mobility, 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.

    • Lone Star Handicap Vans, LLC - DBE Goal


      Lone Star Handicap Vans, LLC, a TVM headquartered in Tyler, TX, announces its Federal Fiscal Year 2018/2019 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.

    • 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 2019, beginning October 1, 2018 and ending September 30, 2019. The overall total DBE goal for Fiscal Year 2019 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).

    • Prevost Car (US) Inc. - DBE Goal


      For all DOT-Assisted contracts completed in Fiscal
      Year 2019 beginning October 1, 2018 and ending
      September 30, 2019, Prevost Car (US) Inc. has
      established a Disadvantaged Business Enterprise
      participation goal of 3.5%. 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, 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

    • Siemens Mobility, Inc. - DBE


      The Siemens Mobility, Inc. Rolling Stock factory in
      Sacramento, CA is seeking qualified Disadvantaged
      Business Enterprises (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 and/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

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