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American Public Transportation Association

 Classifieds for April 21, 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

    • Gadabout Transportation Services, Inc. - RFP

      SERVICES, INC. (Gadabout)

      Proposals for Gadabout Transportation Services, Inc. (Gadabout), Transit Management Technologies Consultant for technical support in moving new technologies forward for scheduling and dispatch will be accepted at 737 Willow Avenue, Ithaca, NY 14850 up until 4:30PM on May 31, 2017.

      Proposal packages containing submittal requirements are available at Gadabout (address above), by calling (607) 277-9388 ext. 200, e-mail at:, and via website Printed RFP packages are also available through Gadabout.

      Gadabout reserves the right to waive any informal submittal, or to reject any or all proposals and to negotiate with any proposer.

      Gadabout hereby notifies all proposers that in regard to any contract entered into, pursuant to this RFP, advertisement or solicitation, disadvantaged business enterprises will be afforded full opportunity to submit proposals in response and will not be subject to discrimination on the basis of race, color, sex, or national origin in consideration for an award.
      Kristen Wells
      Executive Director
      Gadabout Transportation
      737 Willow Ave.
      Ithaca, NY 14850

    • King County Metro - RFP


      OPENS: 6/8/2017

      Pre-Proposal Conference held on April 27, 2017, 10:00 AM. DOT Directors Conference Room - 8th Floor, King Street Center, 201 South Jackson St, Seattle, WA 98104. Conference call: 206-263-8114. Conference ID: 500616

      The County is soliciting proposals to award a single Contractor to provide all required Paratransit Access services, including:
      1) Control Center Operations for rides scheduled on vehicles operated by its own drivers or Subcontractors, and for rides scheduled on non-dedicated vehicle services (NDS) such as taxicabs or other demand response services.
      2) Vehicle operations following schedules and dispatching instructions from control center dispatchers.
      3) Vehicle maintenance for a fleet of vehicles provided by King County which may include Community Access Transportation (CAT) vehicles.
      4) Pathway Review between a location and the nearest accessible bus stop to identify what pathway amenities and barriers exist, and document the information in a Contractor developed GIS application which will assist the County to apply conditional eligibility to riders.
      5) Transit Instruction for individual and group training of seniors and persons with disabilities to use public transit services.
      6) Provide and operate the program’s information technology (IT) systems, and provide IT training, support and analysis for the program and other County transportation partners.

    • San Francisco Bay Area Water Emergency Transportation Authority - RFP


      NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT PROPOSALS will be received by San Francisco Bay Area Water Emergency Transportation Authority (WETA) at Pier 9, Suite 111, San Francisco, CA 94111, until 2:00 PM PST on Monday, May 15, 2017 for the following project: General Counsel Legal Services (RFP #17-009).

      WETA is seeking Proposals from qualified law firms to provide legal services as General Counsel. The successful firm must provide a designated individual to serve as the Authority General Counsel that possesses expertise in the areas including, but not limited to, public sector law, transportation, public transit operation, public meetings, land use, environmental, personnel, property leases and license agreements and contracting. A five year initial contract term is contemplated, with the option to extend the term up to a total of ten years.

      To learn more and to download the RFP, please visit our opportunities page at

    • San Francisco Bay Area Water Emergency Transportation Authority - RFP


      NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT PROPOSALS will be received by San Francisco Bay Area Water Emergency Transportation Authority (WETA) at Pier 9, Suite 111, San Francisco, CA 94111, until 2:00 PM PST on May 12, 2017 for the following project: Federal Lobbying Services (RFP #17-006).

      WETA is seeking proposals from qualified federal lobbying firms or individuals to represent WETA’s legislative policy interests and assist in the development of strategies for advancing actions at the federal level that are beneficial to WETA and its programs including securing federal funding to carry out the vision in WETA’s 2016 Strategic Plan.
      To learn more, view our Current Procurement opportunities at

    • MTA New York City Transit - QPL

      ​MTA- NEW YORK CITY TRANSIT (NYCT) 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

  • For Sale

    • Paul Revere Transportation - Buses for Sale



      $475,000 USD

      Price: $475,000 VIN: Upon Request
      Status: New Fuel Type: ISL-G CNG engine
      Length: 40.00 ft Engine: Cummins ISL G CNG
      Capacity: 39 Seated up to 43 Standees
      Transmission: Allison B400R (with retarder)

      Three brand new, NEVER USED IN SERVICE, 2016 New Flyer Xcelsior 40-foot, low floor, CNG, ADA-accessible, heavy-duty transit buses are for sale by Paul Revere Transportation of Chelsea, MA. These buses were manufactured by New Flyer in 2016 with all the quality standard features the New Flyer Xcelsior is known for – Cummins engine, Allison transmission, Knorr brakes, Thermo King A/C compressor and Grayson Thermal systems – plus a few notable upgrades that will improve your passenger’s experience namely:
      • Digital LED destination signs at the front, side and rear of the bus, with the appropriate hardware/software for programming the signs
      • Clever Devices Automatic Stop Announcement (ASA) system
      • A front bicycle rack with capacity for at least two bicycles
      • On-board USB charging outlets
      • On-board Wi-Fi internet access for passenger use
      • Fishwire and conduit for AVL GPS-based bus tracking and monitoring system

      Complete specifications are available upon request. Interested buyers may contact Richard Daley of Paul Revere Transportation at (617) 224-2615.

  • Help Wanted

    • American Public Transportation Association - Director, Engineering and Commuter Rail Operations


      The American Public Transportation Association has an immediate need for a Director-Engineering and Commuter Rail Operations to serve as its Chief Engineer and lead the association’s rail and bus enopportunitiesgineering initiatives and programs. Duties consist of: working closely with industry, academia, and federal partners; serving as APTA’s lead on commuter rail topics; and leading transportation technical committees. Candidate must have 8 years minimum of related experience, including demonstrated project and/or technical management expertise. B.S. degree in Engineering is required with a preference of a PE certification. Direct experience in engineering at a transit agency or direct support of a transit agency is preferred. Must have excellent oral and written communication skills and the ability to work effectively with people and organizations as well as work independently and under pressure meeting multiple deadlines. Must be willing to travel to support reviews, committees and conferences. Metro Center location with excellent benefits. Send cover letter and resume with salary history to: Human Resources, American Public Transportation Association, 1300 I Street, NW, Suite 1200 East, Washington, DC 20005 or email resume to or fax resume to 202-496-4326 EOE M/F/D Principals Only

    • GoDurham - General Manager

      GoDurham - General Manager
      POSITION TITLE: General Manager

      GoDurham Fixed Route Bus Service
      SALARY RANGE: $95,000+
      BENEFITS: Defined Benefit Pension Plan, Health/Life Insurance
      CLASSIFICATION: FLSA-Salaried/Exempt

      POSITION REPORTS TO: Transit Administrator, Director of Transit Partnerships

      POSITIONS SUPERVISED (Direct):  Assistant General Manager, Finance Director, Operations Manager, Maintenance Manager, Safety Manager

      POSITIONS SUPERVISED (Indirect): Durham Station Manager, IT Manager, Risk Manager


      Manage the operational and fiscal activities of the Durham City Transit Corporation (DCTC) which is responsible for providing the GoDurham fixed route service.  Plan and develop systems and procedures to improve the operating quality and efficiency of the various departments.  Supervise staff in accordance with company policies and procedures. Completes assigned reporting functions involving attendance statistics, termination, hire and transfer data, and other information provided. Oversees the development and administration of policies and programs as well as assists in informing new employees of policies and programs as needed.


      1. Organizes and administers the operations within the company.
      2. Formulates and establishes overall department policies, priorities, perspectives, and philosophy.
      3. Confers with the City, local agencies, professional organizations, citizens, and special interest groups on matters relating to the department's mission, policy, and operation.
      4. Directs the activities of departmental employees in the implementation of programs and policies.
      5. Establishes program objectives, goals, and priorities and determines operating policies and implementation methods within the context of overall agency policies and guidelines.
      6. Reviews progress and activity reports, assesses effectiveness of operations, and determines need for improvement.
      7. Develops budget recommendations for capital outlay, personal services, equipment, and materials.
      8. Performs and evaluates negotiations with Union Organizations, ensuring budgetary and policy compliance.
      9. Selects and assigns staff, assuring equal opportunity in hiring, promotion, and other employment practices; identifies staff development needs and assures that training is obtained; assures that proper labor relations and conditions of employment are maintained.
      10. Reviews legislative analyses and proposed legislation and determines or recommends department position and course of action; interprets legislation to staff, other agencies, and the public; assures conformance of agency and operating policies, rules, guidelines, and procedures with legislative mandates.
      11. Advises staff in the resolution of sensitive, complex, or precedent-setting situations; determines appropriate course of action; assigns responsibilities and monitors actions and responses.
      12. Directs and reviews research in such areas of program operations as management systems development, target audience needs assessment, and program evaluation. Advises Transit Administrator and governing boards or commissions of policy issues and program accomplishments.
      13. Generates public and staff confidence, interest, and participation in departmental programs; motivates staff toward the accomplishment of program objectives; influences authorities to favorable actions regarding departmental operations.
      14. Drafts statements, prepares reports, and speeches on program and/or policy issues.
      15. Addresses citizen groups, committees, and others, regarding program and policy issues.


      I.  The company vision, values and culture are understood, communicated and promoted
      2.   Company budgetary expectations are met or exceeded
      3.   Company safety expectations meet or exceed accident and injury frequency goals
      4.   Company maintenance expectations meet or exceed company and client maintenance plan standards
      5.   Federal, State and Local regulatory requirements are understood, met and/or exceeded
      6.  Customer relations are effectively managed
      7.   Employees clearly understand their roles and responsibilities have the capability to do their work, are highly motivated, coached and counseled to accomplish assigned tasks
      8.  Develop and maintain positive employee and labor relations
      9.   Company policies, practices, programs and procedures are learned and adhered to.
      10. The Company's professional reputation is maintained.


      A Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university with a major in Public Administration, Business Administration, Political Science, Public Policy, or a closely related field. Additional related work experience may, at the sole discretion of the Company, be considered in lieu of the stated educational requirement.


      Knowledge of contracting, negotiating, and change management;
      Knowledge of public relations principles and practices;
      Knowledge of communication and public relation techniques;
      Basic understanding of human resource functions, reporting and recordkeeping requirements;
      And knowledge of all related computer applications.

      Minimum of 10 years’ experience consisting of:
      Experience in strategic planning and execution;
      Experience in examining and re-engineering operations and procedures;
      Experience in formulating policy, and developing and implementing new strategies and procedures;
      Experience in developing financial plans and managing resources to include the ability to analyze and interpret financial data.


      Competencies are applied knowledge, skills, abilities, or behaviors that contribute to success in a job. They represent a blend of behavioral-based factors with traditional knowledge-based factors that are important to a particular job. The following list is not intended to cover all possible competencies, since functions and responsibilities will vary. Rather, they provide guidance for the development, expansion, and enhancement of position-specific requirements.

      Strategic Vision: Includes knowledge of the nature and impact of applicable legislative, administrative, and regulatory requirements pertaining to strategic  planning; knowledge of how strategic and change management  planning relates to customer focus and budget formulation; and the ability to identify problems and potential concerns, to develop creative and innovative solutions and provide leadership, involving others in the decision-making  process.

      Resource and  Program Management: Includes knowledge of the nature and impact of applicable  legislation, administrative, and regulatory requirements pertaining to resource management; knowledge of the structure and management of appropriations and funds supporting the department's mission and programs; ability to implement management control and evaluation systems, and to use performance  measurement to achieve objectives and results; and the ability to use management methods and systems to improve program effectiveness and customer service.

      Human Resource Management: Includes knowledge of how human resource policies, procedures, and practices (e.g., reward and recognition systems) support the department's mission and functions; ability to engage in planning, recruitment, and selection to acquire and maintain a diverse and skilled work force; and the skill to delegate responsibility, build teams, and foster cooperation throughout the organization, and to optimize work force potential to meet the department's strategic vision.

      General: Includes knowledge of the basic mission of the principal department; ability to advocate  positions, communicate ideas and  information, and  work effectively on teams in support of common objectives; and the ability to identify key internal and external contacts and maintain networks in support of departmental needs and interests, and the ability to generate understanding and support from the Executive Office, legislators, professional organizations, and governing boards or commissions including the ability to develop and deliver presentations to small or large groups.
      Job descriptions assist organizations in ensuring that the hiring process is fairly administered and that qualified employees are selected.  They  are  also  essential  to  an effective appraisal  system  and  related  promotion,  transfer, layoff and termination decisions. Well constructed job descriptions are an integral part of any effective compensation system.

      All descriptions have been reviewed to ensure that only essential functions and basic duties have been included. Peripheral tasks, only incidentally related to each position, have been excluded.
      Requirements, skills, and abilities included have been determined to be the minimal standards required to successfully perform the positions. In no instance, however, should the duties, responsibilities, and requirements delineated be interpreted as all inclusive. Additional functions and requirements may be assigned by supervisors as deemed appropriate.

      In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, it is possible that requirements may be modified to reasonably accommodate disabled individuals.  However, no accommodations will be made which may pose serious health or safety risks to the employee or others or which impose undue hardships on the organization.

      Job descriptions are not intended as and do not create employment contracts. The organization maintains its status as an at-will employer. Employees can be terminated for any reason not prohibited by law.
      Interested candidates can submit their resumes to for consideration or apply online at

    • Maryland Transit Administration - Director, Light Rail

      Salary: $73,612 – 118,197
      Closing Date. Open Until Filled

      The Maryland Transit Administration (MTA), one of the largest multi-modal transit agencies in the country, is seeking qualified candidates for the position of Director, Light Rail. The Director has overall accountability and responsibility for the operations, marketing, and budget for all light rail operations; ensuring a safe, reliable, and efficient revenue service operation. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, ensuring that the light rail system is in full compliance with safety standards; managing, through subordinate managers, a large professional and support staff of supervisors; mechanics; operators; cleaners; and various administrative support personnel. The Director plans, develops, recommends, and implements department policy, procedures and solutions to operational issues and resolves problems within that framework, to ensure efficient and effective department activities. The position coordinates the work of several divisions within the department and with both internal and external stakeholders. This position reports to the Director of Operations/Deputy Chief Operating Officer. Preferred qualifications: Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university and seven (7) years of experience in Rail Operations Planning, Maintenance or related areas within a transit or multimodal transportation agency. Two (2) years of this experience must have involved supervision of professional and paraprofessional technical staff. Experience in a large transit agency that operates both bus and rail services is highly preferred. If you are interested in learning more about the MTA, please visit To apply for this position, please visit: An EEO employer.

    • San Joaquin Regional transit District - Human Resources Manager

      Closing Date: Until Filled

      Starting at $77,165 to 113,466 (Depending on Qualifications)
      San Joaquin Regional Transit District (RTD) is now actively recruiting a Human Resources Manager. Under policy direction, plans, organizes, manages, and implements comprehensive District-wide human resource management programs, including recruitment, selection, employment, classification and compensation, employee and labor relations, retirement, performance appraisal, benefits administration, development and training, workers’ compensation and other leaves of absence, return-to-work and other services; provides expert professional assistance and guidance to District management on human resources and employee relations matters; and performs related duties as assigned. This single position class is responsible for managing and integrating broad, comprehensive human resource management programs and services for the District to achieve effective use and development of staff, good morale and productivity, and effective communications between management and employees.
      In order to learn more about this position, and to apply online, please visit:

      Thank you for your interest in this position.

    • Maryland Transit Administration - Director, Operations Control Center

      Salary: $73,612 – 118,197
      Closing Date. Open Until Filled

      The Maryland Transit Administration (MTA), one of the largest multi-modal transit agencies in the country, is seeking qualified candidates for the position of Director, Operations Control Center. The Director has overall accountability and responsibility for all activities and staff assigned to the Control Center. This position provides senior level oversight of Central Bus Operations, Metro Operations, Light Rail, and Operations/Communications Control Centers. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, ensuring that service is operating safely and efficiently; managing MTA’s response to and management of emergency conditions affecting bus, rail service and passenger safety; coordinating activities with Mode Directors and Field Supervision; identifying and resolving service problems in rail yards; bus garages; and rail mainline; planning, recommending, and implementing Department policy and procedures; and offering solutions to operational issues and problems. This position reports to the Deputy Chief Operating Officer and supervises professional/technical staff thru subordinate managers and supervisors. Preferred qualifications: Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university and ten (10) years of progressive professional management experience in private or public transportation is required. Five (5) years of this experience must have been in rail, bus transit, or paratransit. Fixed route bus and a working knowledge of Trapeze FX, AIM, CAD/AVL or comparable software is highly preferred. If you are interested in learning more about the MTA, please visit To apply for this position, please visit: An EEO employer.

    • North Central Texas Council of Governments - Transportation Planner, Regional Transit Operations


      NCTCOG is a voluntary association of, by and for local governments, and was established to assist local governments in planning for common needs, cooperating for mutual benefit, and coordinating for sound regional development. NCTCOG’s purpose is to strengthen both the individual and collective power of local governments and to help them recognize regional opportunities, eliminate unnecessary duplication, and make joint decisions. Since 1974, NCTCOG has served as the Metropolitan Planning Organization for transportation in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metropolitan Area and is responsible for developing transportation plans and programs that address the complex needs of the rapidly growing area. The planning area for transportation includes the 12 counties of Collin, Dallas, Denton, Ellis, Hood, Hunt, Johnson, Kaufman, Parker, Rockwall, Tarrant, and Wise.

      The agency offers generous benefits, a friendly atmosphere with open communications for cooperative decision making, and challenging opportunities. The environment encourages both individual and team growth, responsibility and innovation.

      The Transportation Department of the North Central Texas Council of Governments is seeking an entry- or mid-level Transportation Planner to develop, implement and monitor public transportation projects in North Central Texas. The individual will work closely with public and private transportation providers, local governments, social service agencies, advocacy groups and communities to implement public transportation projects funded through Federal Transit Administration (FTA) programs for the general public and transit-dependent populations. The individual will foster partnerships, identify resources and develop projects. Applicants wishing to be considered for the entry- or mid-level position should apply online at To be considered for any other NCTCOG position that may currently be open, applicants need to apply online separately for those postings. All submittals should include a cover letter summarizing work experience, as well as a current resume.

    • Spokane Transit - Ombudsman and Accessibility Officer


      Spokane Transit has an Ombudsman and Accessibility Officer opening for an experienced and motivated individual. Our core values are TRANSIT: Team Players, Respect, Accountability, Neighbors, Service, Innovative and Training...This position will make sure that we use these values to provide neutral resolution to customers with concerns or questions. As well as complying with all state and federal laws in regards to the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Washington State Law Against Discrimination (WLAD).

      Salary & Benefits (subject to change):

      • $67,471-90,417 Annual Salary – Exempt, DOE
      • Great medical plans with low monthly premiums
      • PERS retirement (6.12% employee, 11.21% organization)
      • VEBA (HRA) contribution of $50/month
      • Dental/Vision/Life/LTD
      • Flexible schedule
      • See our website for full job description and application

      Selection Factors:

      • Independent judgment, decision-making, considerable knowledge in communication, problem-solving skills, conflict and dispute resolution, sensitivity to people from diverse backgrounds and cultures.
      • Knowledge of related laws, regulations and compliance requirements.
      Example of Duties:
      • Report directly to the CEO.
      • Assist external customers in an informal environment, not as an advocate for the customer or for STA, but as a neutral source of information and referral.
      • Manage the policy, procedures and reporting functions of the customer complaint, comment and compliment program, including monitoring ADA complaints.

      How to Apply:

      Qualified applicants will submit a cover letter, resume and a completed STA Non-CDL Application to the HR Department, Spokane Transit, 1230 W Boone Ave, Spokane, WA 99201; email to jobs@ with a subject of Ombudsman; or fax to 509.343.1689 by May 1, 2017 at 4:30pm. Review of applications will begin immediately.

      Spokane Transit is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment and will not be discriminated against on the basis of age, disability, ethnicity/race, national origin, religion, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation or veteran status.

    • Tulsa Transit - CEO/General Manager


      Tulsa Transit, located in the charming community of Tulsa, Oklahoma, seeks a dynamic CEO/General Manager. The new CEO/General Manager will report directly to the Board of Trustees and will be responsible for the planning, organization, supervision, and direction of all transit services. He/She must be a passionate advocate for public transit and fully understand the role it plays in the lives of Tulsa residents. The new CEO must be able to work effectively with city, state, and federal agencies to enhance this community’s transit options. Outstanding leadership qualities, a history of innovative and strategic management, and a high energy level are critical to success in this role. The successful candidate will be an excellent communicator who can effectively build collaborative relationships with key stakeholders and community leaders. The best candidates will blend a business-like approach with a welcoming and approachable manner. Tulsa is an affordable city with a significant local commitment to an enhanced quality of life. With its wonderful Art Deco architecture, its new and upcoming urban neighborhoods, its growing riverfront park area, and a wealth of new restaurants, Tulsa is an exciting community looking for the right person to lead its transit services into the future. To be considered for this exciting opportunity and to receive a detailed position description, please apply at and provide your resume, salary history, and 4 to 5 professional references. If you have questions, please contact Al Schlimm at Tulsa Transit values diversity at all levels of its workforce — women and minority candidates are encouraged to apply.

    • Regional Transportatin District - General Superintendent, Rail Transportation


      RTD is currently seeking a motivated individual with a Bachelor's Degree in Transportation, Business Management, Public Administration or other closely related field of study preferred.  
      Applications will be accepted through May 5, 2017. For a complete job description and to apply for this position, please visit our website at
      Regional Transportation District (RTD)
      Denver, CO 80202
      EOE/AA/Drug Free

    • Norwalk Transit District - Procurement and Grant Specialist

      Procurement and Grant Specialist
      The position is responsible for the management and oversight of all activities associated with capital procurements and grant administration. 
      Procurement Activities
      •       Assisting functional area managers in developing technical specifications
      •       Developing Requests for Proposal (RFP), Requests for Qualification (RFQ), and Invitations for Bid (IFB) that adhere to Federal and state requirements
      •       Identifying suppliers
      •       Communicating with prospective bidders as appropriate
      •       Developing source selection criteria and recommending selection
      •       Organizing and implementing the District’s procurement procedures and policies
      •       Following industry best practices related to procurement
      •       Procuring of goods and services, including transportation vehicles, construction services, support equipment, and professional services

      Grant Activities

      •       Facilitating grant administration activities including researching potential grant sources, developing grant documents, submitting grant applications, and preparing status reports for management and Federal and state agencies
      •       Tracking of project activities and financial reconciliations
      •       Following Federal and state granting agency rules and regulations
      The Norwalk Transit District is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer.
      To apply go to

    • Metrolink - Director, Compliance

      Director, Compliance

      The Southern California Regional Rail Authority, operator of the METROLINK Commuter Rail System, is seeking a Director, Compliance for field operations management and compliance who will monitor, review and analyze the performance of the operations compliance function in accordance with 49 CFR part 200-399. The ideal candidate for this position will demonstrate a high level of analytical skills to identify and measure metrics for contractor performance, customer requirements, safety and efficiency testing. Requires BA/BS degree and 8 years of work experience in commuter railroad/freight operations including work on a Class 1 regional railroad, Amtrak or Commuter Railroad. This is a continuous recruitment; interested applicants are encouraged to apply immediately. For additional information and to apply, visit EEO/ADA

    • Golden Gate Bridge, Highway and Transportation District - Senior Buyer, Ferry Engineering


      Position is located at Golden Gate Ferry, Larkspur, CA

      SALARY RANGE: $93,579.20 - $113,110.40 annually (40-hour work week)

      Employee pays up to 7% of salary/wage toward CalPERS retirement plan

      DATE POSTED: Monday, April 3, 2017
      CLOSING DATE: Open Until Filled (First Review of Applications: 4/24/2017)
      OPEN TO: All Qualified Applicants
      OPENINGS: 1 Position and to create an eligibility list
      Under the Contracts Officer’s general direction, this position is responsible for the management of multiple complex contracts for Ferry Engineering and Operations; preparation and processing of various competitive and non-competitive procurement documents; conducting pre-proposal conferences, selection committee meetings, interviews, negotiations, and price/cost analyses; carrying out established procurement policy and procedures; and regular contact with a variety of District staff, vendors, consultants, and contractors. Provides direct support to Ferry Division management in procurement of contracts and services necessary to support uninterrupted Ferry vessel service. The ideal candidate will have the required knowledge and experience in the marine industry to help draft specifications, and will understand the vernacular, operational, and project management requirements of that environment.

      • Bachelor’s Degree in Business or Public Administration; Engineering (marine transportation) or a closely related field. Additional position-related experience may be substituted on a year per year basis in lieu of degree.
      • Three (3) years of recent full-time position-related procurement experience with the responsibility of preparing complex solicitation documents and contracts.
      • Public Agency experience is desirable.


      • A current, valid California driver’s license and satisfactory driving record. Position occasionally travels to other District offices and to meetings using District vehicles.
      SENIOR BUYER (PS101141)
      • Certified Professional Public Buyer (CPPB) or equivalent certification is preferred.
      • Merchant Mariners License (Chief Engineer or Deck Officer) is desired.


      • Plans, organizes and processes necessary procurement documents and contracts for competitive and non-competitive procurements including requests for proposals, invitations for bids, solicitation letters, simplified negotiations, sole source and other procurements.
      • Ensures compliance with federal, state, local laws and regulations and District procurement policies and guidelines.
      • In coordination with the project manager and attorney, negotiates and prepares contracts that are highly complex and sensitive in nature.
      • Maintains complete contract files, ensuring pertinent documents are current and all auditable contract records are included.
      • Coordinates and facilitates selection committee meetings and explains and enforces selection process.
      • Conducts cost and price analyses for products and services.
      • Collaborates with other transit and public agencies to develop cooperative procurements.
      • Participates in Procurement Department initiatives and takes lead as assigned for Department projects.
      • Provides guidance for Procurement Agents and support staff.
      • Establishes and maintains effective working relationships with District employees, customers, vendors and all others contacted during the course of work using principles of excellent customer service.
      • Performs additional related duties as assigned.
      • Reliable and regular attendance and performance are required.


      Knowledge of: Applicable state, federal (Federal Transit Administration Third Party Contracting Guidelines), local laws, rules and regulations governing public agency procurement and contract administration principles, practices, and terminology. Passenger vessel industry and vessel systems including terminology, operational, and project management requirements. District Policies.

      Skills in or Ability to: Interpret and apply District policies and procedures to contract documents. Plan and work on multiple contracts, set priorities and meet critical deadlines with interruptions. Take initiative and exercise sound judgment within established guidelines. Maintain professionalism while under extreme pressure, tight deadlines, or handling difficult situations. Develop and maintain cooperative, effective, productive and tactful working relationships with District staff, attorneys and the general public. Strong organizational and analytical skills. Excellent oral and written communication skills. Proficient use of personal computer and software applicable to the work. Positive attitude and proven ability to work with diverse populations and multiple stakeholder groups. SENIOR BUYER (PS101141)


      TO APPLY:

      For directions and general information, visit our website

      The District’s primary and official means of application notification is via EMAIL. Thus, applicants are advised to check their email for their application status updates.


      1. GGBHT Online Employment Application
      2. Resume (Scan and attach as PDF to your online application)
      • Assessment of education, training, and experience
      • Oral Panel Interview
      • Department interview for final candidates
      • Background, Employment and Security Investigation
      **The District will invite ONLY those candidates whose qualifications MOST CLOSELY MATCH the position requirements to continue in the selection process. SENIOR BUYER (PS101141)


      It is the policy of the Golden Gate Bridge Highway and Transportation District to take all personnel actions on the basis of merit and other job-related factors, without regard to race, color, national origin, religion, sex (including pregnancy, childbirth, and related medical conditions), disability: physical or mental, age (40 and older), genetic information, marital status, sexual orientation and identity, medical condition, political affiliation or military status.

      Applicants with Disabilities: The Human Resources Department will make reasonable efforts to accommodate applicants with disabilities to complete the Employment Application and in any job- related examination process. If you have special needs, please call (415) 257-4521 (Human Resources). The District’s telecommunications device (TDD) for Persons with Hearing Disabilities is (415) 257-4554.
      Revised 03/17/2014 SS

    • Dikita Enterprises, Inc. - Transit, Marketing Research Manager


      Founded in 1979, Dikita is an established engineering, planning, and market research consulting firm with a successful track record for providing quality services primarily to public transit authorities for over 38 years.

      Job Description
      Seeking Department manager to manage its Market Research/Transit data Collection Division.

      The candidate will manage and work on transit projects that require:
      • The collection of travel behavior patterns for public transit vehicles.
      • All phases of the market research process, including proposal preparation, client management, and recommendations concerning designing and implementing research approaches, survey questionnaires design, technological methodologies, survey (fielding) administration, and personnel oversight, etc.
      • Software and hardware database management skills to guide development, data collection, and enhancements
      • Must have data analysis experience and report writing using ArcGIS, SPSS, Excel, and/or Tableau.
      • 5-6 years of work experience in market research and management.
      • Bachelor’s degree with a strong academic record in a technical field i.e. statistics, math, GIS, data science, transit planning, market research, or business.
      • Must be able to travel, interface with clients, and data collection teams.

      Compensation: Excellent benefits with comparable salary.
      To obtain more information or apply for the position, visit our website at

    • Council on Aging of St. Lucie, Inc. - Transit Director, VP, CTO


      Four year degree in Business Administration; 5 years supervisory experience, preferably Transit related; responsible for the administrative, supervisory and coordination responsibilities relating to all facets of transit in St. Lucie County. Apply at Council on Aging of St. Lucie, Inc., 2501 Bayshore Blvd., Port St. Lucie, Fl 34984 or 1505 Orange Avenue, Fort Pierce, Florida 34950 email:

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

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

    • American Public Transportation Association - Assistant Vice President, Member Services


      American Public Transportation Association (APTA) has an immediate need for a dynamic Assistant Vice President-Member Services to lead the delivery of a quality customer experience through APTA’s Membership and Conference Teams. He/she will represent APTA on various internal committees as well as be a liaison to the larger association industry to ensure engagement and continuous improvement. Requirements include a Bachelor’s degree in a related field and/or a minimum of eight years of related association management experience; specifically, with experience leading a membership based organization. Preference includes a Master’s degree and/or 10+ years of direct management experience in the association industry or transit industry in the development and oversight of similar programs.

      Other requirements are direct knowledge of and job related experience in a member based organization, strong project management (handling multiple, ongoing projects), willingness to take initiative, strong organizational skills, superior time management/prioritization skills, committee management/engagement experience, exceptional customer service skills and attention to detail. Must have strong knowledge and background in financial management of conferences, trade shows which includes budgeting, forecasting, and tracking of trends. Computer skills include the Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook); experience with NetForum (or ability to learn within three months). Must be able to travel to assigned conferences and meetings. Metro Center location with excellent benefits. Send cover letter and resume with salary history to: Human Resources, American Public Transportation Association, 1300 I Street, NW, Suite 1200 East, Washington, DC 20005 or email resume to or fax resume to 202-496-4326 EOE M/F/D Principals Only

    • Hampton Roads Transit - Safety Manager


      Hampton Roads Transit is seeking a Safety Manager to coordinate, administer and promote safety activities of rail operations, its employees and patrons, reduce employee and patron injuries and train accidents, and maintain compliance with all state and federal regulations. Collect, organize, record and verify accuracy of data and information from project sources. Research activities may require travel to field locations encompassing construction activities to assess and validate information. Prepare or assist with the preparation of Incident Reports for the Executive Staff including determinations of failure and recommendations for prevention of reoccurrence. Establish and maintain procedures for configuration control of safety critical documents. Support all HRT departments by providing training, and distributing information on all matters related to job-site safety. Oversee bus safety implementation.

      Essential Job Functions:
      Manages and evaluates the industrial safety and operational safety for HRT’s Rail department and develops effective safety performance standards for rail transportation; conducts comprehensive unacceptable hazardous conditions and accident/incident investigations; manages the development, implementation, administration, and review of the effectiveness of the industrial safety, industrial hygiene, construction safety, and environmental safety aspects of the HRT’s System Safety Program Plan; directs oversight of RAIL compliance with the standard and regulations of the following agencies: U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Safety and Health Administration, U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Transit Administration; and the agencies of the Commonwealth of Virginia and local jurisdictions; interprets, in coordination with the General Counsel, and disseminates applicable regulations and standards to departments and offices and assists in developing programs to ensure regulatory compliance; coordinates and provides input to ensure that the agency-wide document control and configuration system meets the required documentation needs to support the final safety certification process as prescribed by federal and state regulations.

      Knowledge, Abilities and Skills:

      Completed all required FTA TSI courses; extensive knowledge in Emergency Management as well as possess required NIMS, ICS and other FEMA courses; strong working knowledge of transit agency capitalSSprojects safety programs and the FTA/VDRPT requirements for safety certification of fixed guideway transit systems; general knowledge of OSHA regulations as related to general and heavy construction; comprehensive understanding of current federal regulations mandating State Safety Oversight.

      Bachelor’s degree in business administration, project administration or safety; specialized training in safety administration or construction safety inspection; seven years of progressive experience in a transit agency environment requiring independent analysis and action; five years’ experience monitoring and/or investigating job-site safety practices or incidents.

      Certificates: Certified Engineer Technician or Certified Safety Professional optional

      Apply online at

      Hampton Roads Transit is an Equal Opportunity Employer

    • Laketran - General Manager


      Laketran is seeking an experienced and accomplished professional to serve as General Manager and lead a dedicated transit team in providing the residents of Lake County, Ohio with exceptional public transit service.

      Laketran offers a family of services consisting of local, in-county fixed route service; commuter express service to downtown Cleveland from seven (7) Park-n-Ride locations and premier complementary paratransit service (Dial-a-Ride) with special emphasis on meeting the transportation needs of seniors and people with disabilities.

      The General Manager reports to a nine (9) member Board of Trustees. The General Manager is responsible for the providing the strategic vision and leadership to the transit system as well as the overall planning, organizing, budgeting and directing of all services of the system.

      Laketran’s annual operating budget is $15.2 million for 2017. The agency’s primary source of income is a one-quarter of one percent (0.25%) permanent county sales tax, which accounts for sixty percent (60%) of Laketran’s operating budget. Approximately ten percent (10%) of revenues are generated from passenger fares, twenty percent (20%) from federal and state aid, and the remaining revenue comes from new revenue streams such as Medicaid IO waivers and Non-Emergency Medicaid Transportation.

      Over the years, Laketran has been the recipient of many transit safety, marketing, operating, maintenance, financial and audit awards as well as being recognized twice by the American Public Transportation Association as the “Outstanding Transit System” among its peers.
      During its forty-year history, Laketran has been led by two outstanding transit managers. Therefore, the organization is looking for a dynamic individual prepared to make a long term commitment to building on what has been accomplished in the past and capable of taking Laketran into the future.

      Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in transportation, business, management, planning, public administration, engineering and ten (10) years of senior management experience with progressive responsibility over a multiple number of functional areas. A Master’s Degree in business or public administration can be substituted for an equivalent number of years of experience.

      This position requires extensive knowledge of paratransit operations and financial best-practices. Laketran is unlike most large to medium sized transit systems, paratransit is the main focus of Laketran’s operations versus fixed route as in a traditional transit system. Therefore, preferential consideration will be given to candidates with demonstrable accomplishments in providing complementary paratransit service to seniors and people with disabilities.

      How to Apply: Interested candidates should submit their cover letter, application, resume and salary requirements to: Cannon, Aveni & Malchesky Co., L.P.A., Laketran General Manager Search, c/o Paul R. Malchesky, 41 East Erie Street, Painesville, Ohio 44077 or email to

      Candidates may refer to Laketran’s website at for more detailed information about the job description under the tab “General Manager Search”.

      A downloadable application form is available on Laketran’s website.
      Salary: Commensurate with experience and education.
      Deadline: Open until filled.

      Successful candidate will be subject to pre-employment drug screening, fingerprinting and background check.

      Laketran is an equal opportunity employer.

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    • Jaunt, Inc. - AVL and Automated Fare Collection Systems


      JAUNT Inc. is a regional transportation system providing service to the citizens of the City of Charlottesville, Albemarle, Fluvanna, Louisa, Nelson, Buckingham, and Culpeper Counties.

      JAUNT is interested in learning more about Automated Vehicle Location (AVL) and Smart Fare Payment (automated fare collection) systems. Both systems must be compatible with our existing scheduling software, TripSpark by Trapeze.

      The core system for both AVL and Smart Fare Payment should be able to track vehicle performance such as vehicle mileage, rider count, time of pickup/drop-offs, and estimated travel time.

      The AVL system should be outward facing for customers to be able to track the location and status of buses and inward facing for dispatch staff.

      Our long-term goal with the Automated/Smart Fare payment collection is to eliminate cash and paper tickets; however, the system must be able to process cash and paper tickets until we reach that point. We would like the ability to collect fare payment via smart cards, credit cards, smart phones, and other “smart” forms of payment (i.e. other company’s badges). Additionally, the system must be compatible with fare payment used by the fixed-route service provider in the area – Charlottesville Area Transit.

      JAUNT, Inc. will accept on-site demos from May through June. Our intent is to get a better understanding of available technology in the marketplace that best fit JAUNT’s operations so we can submit a formal request for purchase by the end of July 2017.

      The contact person for this project is Matthew Anderson;, 434-296-3184 x 103.

    • South Florida Regional Transportation Authority - Industry Forum


      The South Florida Regional Transportation Authority (SFRTA) is hosting an Industry Forum on Tuesday, May 9, 2017 from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM at the SFRTA Board Room located at 801 NW 33rd Street, Pompano Beach, FL 33064. The project to be presented is the SFRTA Northern Layover Facility to be located at the Mission Spur of the Florida Department of Transportation’s (FDOT) South Florida Rail Corridor (SFRC) in Palm Beach County, Florida. The Northern Layover Facility project consists of the design and construction of a new layover and light maintenance facility at the north end of SFRTA’s Tri-Rail commuter rail service area. The purpose of the Industry Forum is to inform potential Design-Build-Finance teams, including contractors, subcontractors, and design consultants, of the important elements and considerations of this proposed contract.
      For more details and further information regarding this industry forum please visit SFRTA’s website at:

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