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American Public Transportation Association

 Classifieds for July 6, 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

    • Culver City - RFP

      RFP #1904

      Notice is hereby given that sealed proposals will be
      received by the
      City of Culver City, California for furnishing the following:

      In strict accordance with the Specifications on
      file in the office of the CULVER CITY PURCHASING
      DIVISION, 4343 Duquesne Avenue, Culver City, California 90232.
      Copies of specifications and proposal
      documents may be obtained from the City’s website
      Any and all changes
      in the RFP will be made by written addendum, which
      shall be issued by the City to all prospective bidders
      who have registered for the RFP via the City’s website.

      One original, one electronic, and seven copies of
      the proposal must be submitted in an envelope to
      the CITY CLERK at CITY HALL, 9770 Culver Boulevard,
      Culver City, California 90232, not later than 3:00 p.m.
      on Thursday, August 2, 2018, at which time they will
      be opened at the City Clerk’s Desk on the First Floor of
      City Hall. Late submissions will not be accepted.
      Facsimile proposals will not be accepted. Any proposer
      may withdraw his/her proposal, without obligation,
      at any time prior to the scheduled closing time for receipt of proposals.
      A withdrawal will not be effective unless made personally or by telephonic notification
      received prior to the closing date. Proposals may later be referred to the City Council for appropriate action.

      The City reserves the right to reject any or all proposals
      as the best interests of the City may dictate.

    • Merrimack Valley Regional Transit Authority - RFP


      will receive sealed proposals until 2:00 p.m. Friday,
      August 10, 2018 for providing Maintenance, Operation and Management
      of the Multiple MVRTA Parking Facilities.

      A copy of the RFP is available
      upon request made to the following email address:
      Any name appearing on the U.S.
      Comptroller General’s list of ineligible contractors is
      not an eligible proposer and will not be considered.
      All proposers will be required to certify that they are
      not on the U.S. Comptroller General’s list of ineligible
      contractors. MVRTA reserves the right to accept or
      reject any and all proposals as it deems in its own best
      Joseph J. Costanzo

    • Bi-State Development Agency - RFI


      SD-400 DC LRV   
      End of Life Rebuild Info 
      Bi-State Development Agency
      d/b/a Metro St. Louis is requesting Letters of Interest
      and Technical Information Understanding Application
      for an End of Life rebuild for up to 16 existing DC
      propulsion SD-400 LRVs to be fully train line compatible
      with the existing fleet of SD-460-AC rail vehicles.

      A copy of 18-RFI-105251-DH may be obtained by
      registering for and logging into Bi-State’s i-supplier
      Contact Bi-State for instructions on registering
      for this free, on-line bidding program.  
      314-982-1400 X1635 or log on at
      Date Issued 
      Last Modified 
      Pre-Bid/Proposal Conference Date:  Qualified
      light rail vehicle manufacturers/rebuilders considering
      submitting a Letter of Interest can request an Information Meeting
      with Metro staff on-site at the Ewing LRV Maintenance Facility
      after obtaining a copy of the RFI Due Date 
      7/30/18  3:00 P.M. Central Time

    • Lane Transit District - RFI

      (RFI) #2018-49

      Notice is hereby given that Lane Transit District (LTD)
      is seeking information regarding Electronic Fare
      Management Systems. The District wishes to gain
      a greater understanding of the options available in
      the industry and, from the information collected, will
      release a Request for Proposals (RFP) at a later date. 
      The RFI document is available for download via
      LTD’s eBid eXchange web portal at
      You must create a user ID and a password to access the portal.
      Be certain to make a note of logon information as it will be needed
      any time you log in to the eBid eXchange site. If you
      already have a user ID for eBid eXchange, be certain
      that your profile is updated with your latest contact
      information. All questions regarding this RFI must be
      submitted through LTD’s Ebid site.

      Submittals will be due Wednesday, August 1, 2018, by 12:00 p.m. (PST)
      Responses to this RFI must be submitted via upload to LTD’s eBid eXchange
      portal. To be subject for review, submittals must be received on or before the date and time specified.

      Any responses received after the specified submission deadline will not be considered.
      Additionally, any submittals that contain or allude to pricing information will not be reviewed by the evaluation

    • LYNX - RFP

      This solicitation can be obtained from our website

      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.

    • Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority - IFB


      LACMTA will receive Bids/Proposals for OP47489-2-Tow Tractors (Yard Mules)
      at the 9th Floor Receptionist Desk, Vendor/Contract Management Department, One Gateway Plaza, Los Angeles, CA 90012
      (9th Floor).

      All Bids must be submitted to LACMTA, and be
      filed at the reception desk, 9th floor, V/CM Department, on
      or before 1:00 p.m. Pacific Time on Tuesday, July 17, 2018, at
      which time bids will be opened and publicly read.
      Bids received after the above date and
      time may be rejected and returned unopened. Each
      Bid must be sealed and marked Bid No. OP47489-2.
      A Pre-Bid conference will be held on 21-Jun-2018,
      10:00:00, at One Gateway Plaza, Los Angeles, CA
      90012, Arcadia: Room 08-95. For a copy of the Bid
      specifications go to

      Solicitations or for further information email Aryani
      Guzman at
      7/9/18 CNS-3144039#

    • Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority - RFP



      LACMTA will receive Proposals for MA53984 - P2550
      AND UPGRADE at the 9th Floor Receptionist Desk,
      Vendor/Contract Management Department, One
      Gateway Plaza, Los Angeles, CA 90012 (9th Floor).

      All Proposals must be submitted to LACMTA, and
      be filed at the reception desk, 9th floor, V/CM Department,
      on or before 2:00 Pacific Time on September 5, 2018.
      Proposals received after the above date and
      time may be rejected and returned unopened. Each
      proposal must be sealed and marked Proposal No. MA53984.
      A Pre-Proposal conference will be held on
      11-Jul-2018 11:00 AM, at One Gateway Plaza, Los Angeles, CA 90012
      Pacific Conference Room 08-20, on the 8th Floor in Metro Headquarters building.
      Solicitations or for further information email Jean Davis at
      7/9/18 CNS-3147485#

    • City of Norwalk - RFP

      NO. 19-573

      NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the City of Norwalk
      invites prospective Proposers to compete for the
      opportunity to provide Project Management services
      for the Norwalk Intelligent Transportation System
      (NITS) for Norwalk Transit System (NTS), a department
      of the City of Norwalk, a municipal government.
      A pre-proposal conference will be held at 10:00
      a.m. on Monday, July 16, 2018 at the Norwalk Trans
      portation and Public Services Facility, 12650 Imperial
      Hwy., Norwalk, CA. The pre-proposal conference is
      not mandatory but strongly encouraged.
      All requests for clarification, questions and comments concerning this
      RFP are due on Friday, July 20, 2018 no later than 5:00 p.m. (Pacific Time) and must
      be clearly labeled “Written Questions for RFP No. 19-573” and faxed to (562) 929-5966,
      Attention: Darlene Mena, Purchasing Division. The City is not responsible
      for failure to respond to a request that has not been
      submitted in accordance with the RFP.
      The successful Proposer will be required to comply with all applicable
      Equal Opportunity Laws and Regulations. The City of Norwalk hereby notifies
      all prospective Proposers that the City will require each
      Proposer affirmatively demonstrate that Disadvan
      taged Business Enterprises are afforded full opportunity to
      participate in the performance of contracts
      and sub-contracts financed in part or in whole under
      this RFP, and will not be discriminated against on the
      grounds of race, color, gender, age, or national origin
      in consideration for an award.

      Proposals must be in writing and must be received by the City of Norwalk Purchasing Division
      by 11:00 a.m., on Thursday, August 9, 2018via U.S.
      Mail, FedEx, UPS or courier or in person. Proposals
      received after the above listed date and time will not
      be considered, regardless of postmark.
      Copies of the RFP may be obtained from the City’s website at
      on Monday, July 9, 2018.
      All contacts concerning this RFP must be referred

      to the City of Norwalk Purchasing Division, (562) 929-5712. Dated: July 9, 2018
      /s/Darlene Mena Purchasing

    • Regional Transit Authority - IFB

      INVITATION FOR BID (IFB) #2018-005

      Project Description:
      The Regional Transit Authority
      of New Orleans invites qualified vendors to provide
      Tracks for the St. Charles streetcar line’s double
      crossover at Claiborne & Carrollton, the Riverfront
      streetcar line and the new connector between the
      Canal and Riverfront streetcar lines per specifications
      in IFB 2018-005.  Special Trackwork is a technical term
      that represents special rail components of streetcar
      tracks that have to be manufactured for repairs and
      improvements to be later made to our current streetcar system.
      Special Trackwork does not represent
      the actual installation of these components. It only
      represents its fabrication and delivery.
      How to obtain a copy of the IFB:
      Specifications and further information concerning the IFB may be
      obtained June 22, 2018 from the RTA’s Procureware
      website at You
      will be required to first register on this website. The
      IFB can also be obtained at Regional Transit Authority’s website at
      and at 2817 Canal Street, New Orleans, LA 70119.
      A Pre-Bid Conference will be held in the RTA
      Board Room on Monday, July 9, 2018 at 11:00 AM.
      Responding to IFB: Bids shall be submitted thru
      the RTA’s Procureware website and upon request (1)
      one hardcopy may be accepted by mail or delivered
      to the Regional Transit Authority, Procurement Department, 2817 Canal St., New Orleans, LA, 70119

      on or before 11:00 A.M., Thursday, July 19, 2018.
      A Bid Opening will be held in the RTA Board
      Room on Thursday, July 19, 2018 at 11:00 AM. Any
      questions or further information concerning the IFB
      may be submitted via, beginning on June 21, 2018.
      RTA in accordance with 49 Code of Federal
      Regulations (CFR) Part 26 has an obligation to ensure
      nondiscrimination of Disadvantaged Business Enterprises (DBEs) and to comply with all federal, state
      and local regulations relative to utilization of DBEs on publicly funded projects. The RTA is committed
      to utilization of DBEs on all federally funded projects toward attainment of the agency’s established
      overall goal of 31%. No goal has been established for this project.
      Notice to all offerors is hereby provided that in accordance with all applicable federal, state and local laws the RTA will ensure that DBEs are afforded
      full opportunity to submit offers and responses to this solicitation and to participate in any contract
      consummated pursuant to this advertisement. Additionally, no offeror will be discriminated against
      on the basis of age, sex, race, color, religion, national origin, ethnicity or disability. As such, award of the
      contract will be conditioned on meeting the requirements of the federal, state and local laws for Equal
      Opportunity including compliance with the policies of DBE Program.
      The RTA reserves the right to accept or reject any
      and all proposals submitted.
      Justin T. Augustine, III
      Vice President – Transdev
      In Service to the RTA

    • Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation - RFQ


      The Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation (HART) is seeking services for the Honolulu Rail Transit Project’s Safety and Security Support Services Contract. 
      Statements of Qualifications in response to this Request for Qualifications are due no later than 2:00 p.m. HST, July 20, 2018, at the HART Project Office, 1099 Alakea Street, Suite 1700, Honolulu, Hawaii 96813. 
      Questions may be directed to: Interested parties are advised to visit HART’s website at for the solicitation notice. 
      HART is required through the FTA to develop, maintain, and effectively implement the Project Safety and Security Management Plan (SSMP), Safety and Security Certification Plan (SSCP), and the Construction Safety and Security Plan (CSSP). Under the FTA requirements, HART is required to perform a safety and security certification of the Project before commencing revenue service. This certification requires both HART and the Contractor to coordinate and oversee the contractor certification tasks including those for Design-Build (DB), Design-Build-Operate- Maintain (DBOM), and Design-Bid-Build
      (DBB) design Contractors, and construction contractors. Under the certification requirements, HART and the Contractor shall coordinate with various public safety and emergency response agencies to ensure these agencies are familiar with the HRTP and can effectively respond to any emergencies that may arise. The Contractor will conduct system design risk assessments as needed, provide technical support during State Safety Oversight audits, site visits, reviews and technical support of State Safety Oversight audit reports and requests for information.

      The Contractor shall provide a System Safety and Security Oversight Team. In the provision of these services, the Contractor's advice and recommendations will be based upon the conditions that are
      known by and communicated to the Contractor, or that are reasonably observable during safety reviews, audits, and site visits. The Contractor shall oversee HART contractor’s implementation of the SSMP and SSCP.
      The Contractor shall provide a Construction Safety and Security Oversight Team that includes a Construction Safety and Security Manager and up to five (5) Construction Safety and Security Representatives. In the provision of these Services, the Contractor's advice and recommendations will be based upon the conditions that are known by and communicated to the Contractor, or that are reasonably observable during safety reviews, audits, and site visits.

  • For Sale

    • Low Floor Trolleys


      Freightliner, Low Floor Chassis
      Cummins Diesel / Allison Transmission
      Heavy Duty Rooftop Air Conditioning
      Exterior Wood or Wood Graphics Available
      Lease/Rentals Available
      Specialty Vehicles

  • Help Wanted

    • Rail~Volution - Associate Director


      Rail~Volution is poised for growth and seeks an Associate Director to work closely with the CEO.
      A key responsibility will be leading the organization’s new place-based program.

    • City of Tucson - Director of Transportation


      Hiring salary: Negotiable
      Application deadline: Open until filled.
      Strong candidates will be visionary leaders capable of advancing alternate means of transportation
      while efficiently operating existing mass transit and
      roadway systems. A Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering, Traffic Engineering, Transportation Planning,
      Business or Public Administration, and seven years of
      progressive management experience is required; a
      Master’s degree is preferred.

      Submit a cover letter, résumé, current salary
      and six work-related references. Submit materials
      on our website:
      For additional information:
      Josh Jones
      CPS HR Consulting
      Ph: 916 471-3301
      Online brochure:

    • Jacksonville Transportation Authority - Vice President/Chief Development Officer


      Division: Economic Development & Long-Range
      Planning Division

      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.

    • South Florida Regional Transportation Authority - Executive Director


      KL2 Connects LLC has been retained by the South
      Florida Regional Transportation Authority (SFRTA)
      to recruit an Executive Director who will lead it into
      its exciting future! SFRTA operates the Tri-Rail commuter rail service in Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm
      Beach Counties.  The winning candidate will report to
      SFRTA’s 10-member Governing Board and, under its
      direction, will be responsible for administration of the
      agency (approximately 120 employees and multiple
      contractors); governmental relations; new service expansion and funding initiatives; Positive Train Control
      implementation; and the management, planning, organization, and marketing of the Tri-Rail service. He/
      she must be comfortable addressing regional political complexities, forming effective and collaborative
      partnerships, representing SFRTA’s regional interests,
      and working effectively with the public, local, state,
      and federal agencies; counties; municipalities; planning organizations; other transit providers; and private railroads and other stakeholders. The Executive
      Director must be able to deal effectively and professionally with Board members and provide them with
      advice on key strategic, policy and legislative issues
      facing the agency and implement their decisions.  
      He/she will be a confident team builder and have experience working effectively in the public sector and
      with an agency that relies on successful partnerships
      for funding and operations. Outstanding leadership
      qualities, superb communication and negotiation
      skills, a history of innovative and strategic leadership
      in the public sector (preferably transit), management
      skills, a sound understanding of the role of transit in
      community building, a grasp of commuter rail’s technical issues, and a personable and respectful style will
      be highly valued. SFRTA is looking for an Executive Director who will make a long-term commitment to the
      organization. To be considered, please go to, select the SFRTA listing, and
      upload your letter of interest, resume, salary expectations, and 4-5 professional references (preferably
      supervisory). SFRTA values and celebrates diversity
      at all levels of its workforce — women and minority
      candidates are encouraged to apply. Thank you for
      your interest in this excellent opportunity!

    • Santa Cruz County Regional Transportation Commission - Executive Director


      Annual salary: Competitive and Negotiable
      Application Deadline: 07/27/2018
      Exceptional opportunity to join a dedicated and
      technically adept staff in planning the transportation
      needs for one of California’s pristine coastal communities.

      To view additional qualifications and submit your
      résumé, cover letter, and a list of six work-related
      references (two supervisors, two direct reports and
      two colleagues) please go to our website to read
      the detailed recruitment brochure and submit your
      For further information contact: Pam Derby CPS
      HR Consulting Ph: (916) 263-1401 Online brochure: SCCRTC website: www.sccrtc.
      org EOE

    • Fairfax County Government - Maintenance and Facilities


      Closes 7/20/2018 5:00 PM Eastern
      Salary $77,362 - $128,937 Annually

      Oversees the Fairfax County Connector maintenance and facility programs, and capital project activities. This includes responsibility for fleet
      maintenance of a 300-vehicle fleet. Requires close
      coordination with other Fairfax County support
      agencies/departments, third party professional facility maintenance support staff, contractual service
      vendors and contractors and representatives from
      outside agencies. Serves as the manager overseeing facility coordination activities for county-owned
      transit facilities, including Fairfax Connector transit
      centers, operational divisions, and park-and-ride lots.
      Responsible for all fleet programs for fixed route bus
      system. Determines needs for existing and proposed
      facilities and makes recommendations for system

      For more information and to apply:

    • Community Transit - Transit Integration Manager


      A managerial level position with authority and
      responsibility to act on behalf of the agency with
      outside partners. Oversees major programs, plans
      and projects by others to protect and ensure consideration and incorporation of priorities and mobility
      needs. Provides leadership to internal teams of
      professional staff for managing the portfolio of major
      projects being implemented by others.

      Apply online
      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.

    • Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority - Metrorail Safety Commission


      Come join an organization whose mission is dedicated to ensuring safe Metrorail for the Washington
      D.C. region. The Metrorail Safety Commission (MSC)
      is the new federally mandated State Safety Oversight
      Agency that is responsible for safety oversight of the
      second largest Metrorail system in the United States,
      operated by the Washington Metropolitan Area
      Transit Authority (WMATA).

      The MSC is governed by a 9-member commission
      from Maryland, Virginia, and Washington, D.C.  The
      powers and authority of the Commission and its staff
      have been established through an interstate compact.  The MSC is seeking experienced, safety-focused
      individuals who are eager to use their knowledge,
      skills and abilities to help drive the mission of the organization.  Areas of expertise being sought include
      track and structures, vehicles, operations, signals/
      communications, traction power, accident investigations, program specialist, and emergency management.  
      The MSC staff will be a combination of subject
      matter experts and technical program specialists in
      the various areas.
      For additional information, or to apply for a
      specific  position,  visit  Interested candidates must submit a resume, cover letter with salary
      requirements and an employment application to be considered.
      If you need a reasonable accommodation to apply for a job, or participate in the application process,
      please contact Human Resources at
      The positions will be open until filled.

    • IndyGo - Job Opportunities


      IndyGo is a Municipal Corporation of Indianapolis –
      Marion County and the largest public transportation
      provider in the State of Indiana. We are looking for
      individuals who are committed to safety, service and
      helping IndyGo grow!

      Here are some of the positions we currently
      have open:
      Maintenance Technical Training & Development Manager
      Vehicle Maintenance Manager
      Vehicle Maintenance Supervisor
      Fleet Services Supervisor
      Electrical Vehicles & Special Projects Supervisor
      Mechanic – HVAC/Electrical Vehicles
      Mechanic – Defect
      Mechanic – Body Repair

      For other opportunities, complete position
      descriptions and to apply, please visit

      IndyGo is an Equal Opportunity Employer

    • Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority - Program Manager


      Open until filled
      Bulletin No: 001230-009
      Salary Range: $82,805 - $103,480 - $124,176

      This position will perform complex oversight and
      administration of Metro’s programs and services to
      maintain compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) regulations that ensure accommodation of qualified individuals with disabilities and
      provide easy access and use of Metro’s transportation system and facilities.

      Application Procedure
      To apply, visit Metro’s website at
      and complete an Online Employment Application.

      Note: All completed online Employment Applications must be received by 5:00 p.m. on the closing
      Metro/PTSC is an equal employment opportunity

    • Sportsworks Northwest, Inc. - Director of Sales and Marketing


      Sportworks Northwest is an industry-
      leading manufacturer of commercial bicycle infrastructure products. Our bike racks for buses enjoy
      wide acceptance, they transport more than 2 million
      bikes per month worldwide, while our innovative
      bike parking products continue to push the industry
      forward. We also manufacture complex assemblies
      for a variety of contract customers who are leaders
      and innovators in their own industries.
      We have an immediate opening for a Director
      level position that will help shape and grow our organization for years to come.

      Core Responsibilities:

      • Be directly responsible for key relationships
      with vehicle rack customers
      • Drive vehicle rack sales growth in nascent segments while defending established market position
      • Manage bike parking sales growth, with some
      direct involvement
      • Manage the Sales and Marketing group, presently with a staff of five including: two inside sales
      staff focused primarily on vehicle racks, two outside
      sales staff focused primarily on bike parking, and one
      marketing position
      • Oversee all marketing efforts including web,
      print, trade shows, social media, e-mail, and phone
      campaigns, as well as relationships with transportation planners, operators, and advocates, in ways that
      are fully compatible with commercial mechanical
      product in a B2B environment
      • Be an active participant in the product development process, distilling customer feedback and
      market research into clearly articulated product and
      feature recommendations for our product roadmap

      • Proven results
      • B2B sales experience with mechanical products
      • Team leader experience
      • CRM experience, preferably Salesforce
      • Continue our history of leveraging satisfied
      customers and enthusiastic advocates as our most
      important market messengers

      Sportworks employees enjoy our casual work
      environment, emphasis on work-life balance, and
      working alongside others who share a passion for the
      active lifestyle available in the Puget Sound region
      of Washington State. More information about Sportworks is available at

      Please send resumes to Please note that we are not accepting inquiries
      from agencies or recruiters for this position.

    • San Mateo County Transit District - Manager, Rail Operations Compliance


      San Mateo County Transit District is seeking a Manager, Rail Operations Compliance to be responsible for overseeing the rail contract operators’ safety, performance and regulatory compliance for the Peninsula Corridor Joint Powers Board (Caltrain). For a complete view of the job description and to apply online, please visit our website at:

    • Regional Transportation District - Manager, Facilities Buildings and Bridges


      Description of Work: This position manages facilities maintenance functions and is responsible for buildings, stations, bridge management (including FRA inspections), and grounds maintenance for commuter rail operating facilities. This position is open until filled. 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

    • Sacramento Regional Transit District - Operations Training Specialist


      $36.00 - $50.00 hourly (Plus Excellent Benefits)
      The purpose of this position is to conduct training with operators in the safe and proper operations of fixed route services through developing training, instruction materials, facilitate classroom instruction, conduct behind the wheel training and defensive driving techniques. For complete information on position and application filing instructions, contact RT at 2810 O Street, Sacramento, or (916) 556-0298. RT will make reasonable efforts to accommodate applicants with disabilities. RT is an Equal Opportunity Employer. EOE – Minorities/Women/Disabled/Veterans

    • City of Edmonton - Branch Manager, Light Rail Transit Expansion & Renewal


      The City of Edmonton is a vibrant, multicultural, and cosmopolitan city with a regional population of over 1.1 million. Growing faster than almost any other Canadian city, Edmonton is at the heart of Alberta’s economic engine and is fueled by change. City council has developed a future vision for Edmonton that includes a denser urban form – and this requires infrastructure to support this vision. City Council approved a comprehensive Light Rail Transit (LRT) network plan as the most significant infrastructure investment in support of helping spur on development density and to move people throughout the City. The City of Edmonton is now seeking outstanding leadership for the role of Branch Manager, LRT Expansion & Renewal.

      Reporting to the Deputy City Manager, Integrated Infrastructure Services, the Branch Manager, provides leadership, strategic management, and financial stewardship for the City’s LRT network expansion. With a growing team of 25 staff, the Branch Manager designs and delivers the LRT Expansion Network in the overall context of city-building and the evolving transit vision for the City of Edmonton. Responsible for the effective management of P3 consortiums, the Branch Manager oversees multitudes of consultant and contractor teams, and a total budget of $4B.The Branch Manager works closely with the leadership teams at the City, Council, staff, citizens, and industry leaders. With more than 15 years of progressively responsible experience, you have managed the design, build or operation of large, complex transit initiatives. You are skilled in bringing to the table partners from the private and public sectors, have demonstrated success in leading change, building organizational talent, and empowering resources to achieve outcomes. Your proven track record of strong fiscal management and continuous improvement set you apart. With significant experience managing multi-disciplinary teams, accountability for large, politically sensitive projects in a fully integrated system, you are ready to build a portfolio to serve this City building vision.

      To explore this opportunity further, please contact Julia Robarts in Odgers Berndtson’s Toronto office at 1 866-962-1990 or submit your resume and related information online to: no later than July 20, 2018.

      The City of Edmonton is an equal opportunity employer. In accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (2005), upon request, accommodation will be provided by both Odgers Berndtson and the City of Edmonton throughout the recruitment, selection and/or assessment process to applicants with disabilities.

    • Hillsborough Area Regional Transit - Director of Service Development and Planning

      Director of Service Development and Planning

      Directs and supervises a functional unit of the HART Operations Department. Serves as economist and development specialist for transit services to plan/cost new and proposed services; develop detailed long and short range service plans; monitor, evaluate, and report performance in transit service delivery; supervise ridership and service data collection and reporting to the National Transit Database (NTD); provide key operating statistics into the annual budget; oversee the development of a minimum of three annual schedules and run cuts; develop annual divisional budget; and supervise planning and scheduling staff.

      • Coordinates planning activities with local short and long range plans including HART annual Transit Development Program update, MPO Long-Range Transit Plan (LRTP), regional transit plans, and planning activities. Attends meetings, serves on committees, and makes presentations as needed; conducts MPO Board and advisory committee meetings; presents alternative transportation modes to other governmental entities, community groups, and other organizations; attends regional/state meetings relating to traffic and alternative transportation issues. Participates with FDOT, MPO and peer transit agencies in coordinating and planning on county and regional initiatives.
      • Manages the service-planning process with other HART departments; develops, at a minimum, three service plans per year including scheduling (public and staffing levels); coordinates activities with other divisions/departments.
      • Manages and supervises activities and work assignments for subordinate staff.  Meets daily with various staff to monitor progress, offer advice and direction, assure task and task progress is consistent with HART plans, goals, objectives, and Key Performance Indicators and ensure staff has tools to succeed in tasks.
      • Provides, where fiscally feasible, opportunities for subordinate success including training and the provision of equipment including software. Oversees division evaluation reviews at mid-year and year-end.
      • Works with the HART Tech and Innovation Division on Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) programs. Assists Tech and Innovation in the development of a 5 year ITS Master Plan and annual plan updates.
      • Manages National Transit Database ridership and operating statistical compilation and reporting for all HART modes; bus including Flex, paratransit, and streetcar. Works with independent outside auditor on certification of annual NTD submission. Provides monthly and annual NTD reports. Oversees data collection and reporting of HART automatic passenger counters (APC) operating on HART vehicles.
      • Develops cost/revenue/ridership detail and service information on new and existing services.  Manages trend review and analysis process. Including alternative transportation models.
      • Determines via HART policy if service changes require Title VI analysis. Provides or supervises provision of Title VI analysis for service and fare changes.  Works with HART EEO in the submission to the Federal Transit Administration recertification of HART’s Title VI program.
      • Supervises subordinate staff in the provision of Geographic Information System (GIS) mapping and data.  Supervises coordination of GIS into HART planning, public information, use in the TBEST modeling tool.
      • Conducts planning studies internally or with consultants in order to attain the Authority’s short and long-range goals; monitors the Authority’s overall goals, objectives and long-term plans.
      • Make route enhancement recommendations based on ridership demands, geographical demands available funding
      • Works with the Chief Operating Officer in assignments toward preparation of the Authority’s transit development plan, including coordination of several sections, providing a status report on regional and local planning for transit, and a status report on Authority initiatives.
      • Responsible for published reporting on transit performance, ensures consistency and accuracy of all performance data.  This includes monthly Board reports, reports to the National Transit Database and the American Public Transit Association, and annual reports to the Metropolitan Planning Organization and other local governments. Posts ridership reports on HART website and maintains records of historic ridership and performance data.
      • Manages the preparation of service and ridership data and projections for use in the Authority’s budget preparation and development process.
      • Track and evaluate key performance indicators to include route on time performance, ridership, cost of service and service trends.
      • Performs other work-related duties as assigned.

      Education and Experience:
      • Graduate Degree in Public Administration, Transit Planning, Urban Planning, Business Administration or related field required. 
      • Seven (7) years of related experience.
      • Five (5) or more years of leadership, management and supervisory experience.

      Machines, Tools, and Equipment Used:
      • Ability to operate small office equipment, including copy machines or multi-line telephone systems, as well as a computer for data entry, word processing, accounting purposes, and/or highly technical applications, such as GIS and/or CAD.

      • Must be able to obtain a valid Florida Driver’s License within 10 days of hire.

      • Excellent verbal, written and interpersonal skills with ability to prepare clear and concise written reports.
      • Ability to organize work around broad organizational goals and processes, while overseen by a supervisor through regular meetings.
      • Ability to follow basic guidelines for operational activities and make decisions that govern the activities and behaviors of staff members. Work directly impacts other workers, citizens, or both.
      • Ability to organize and prioritize work to meet deadlines.
      • Ability to perform professional-level work dealing with data, people, and technology that relates to administrative, technical, scientific, engineering, accounting, legal, or managerial skills.
      • Ability to prepare and edit clear and concise written reports.
      • Ability to work in a dynamic environment that requires the incumbent to be sensitive to change and responsive to changing goals, priorities, and needs.
      • Ability to work under stress.
      • Ability to interact positively with a variety of personalities internally and externally.
      • Ability to oversee the work of a team engaged in providing specific services, completing specific projects, or assisting other units.
      • Ability to oversee and manage work involving multiple units and work regularly with other managers to successfully meet the goals and objectives of our organization.
      • Ability to understand and interpret service concepts.
      • Ability to maintain strict confidentiality.
      • Analytical/problem solving ability.
      • Ability to perform transit modeling.
      • Ability to develop detailed presentations to public and private groups.
      • Ability to follow established safety and security procedures.
      • Knowledge necessary to make responsible recommendations that impact the budget; assist with the management of the departmental and divisional budget; manage or administer grant funds; prepare and/or process purchase orders.
      • Planning, Intelligent Transportation Systems and scheduling.
      • Knowledge of accepted principles of planning practices.
      • Knowledge of principles of statistical analysis and reporting.
      • Transportation knowledge including fixed route and Paratransit public transit and experience in the planning thereof.
      • Knowledge of Federal Transit Administration and Florida Department of Transportation reporting requirements.
      • Knowledge of Federal, State and Local policies regarding transit activities.
      • Knowledge of urban development, land use and socioeconomic indicators as they relate to mass transit.
      • Knowledge of rules, regulations, procedures and functions of the Authority.
      • Knowledge of standard office practices, procedures and equipment.
      • Knowledge of fixed route and paratransit standards and practices.

      SAFETY: Physical Demands/Work Environment:

      • Work is performed in a standard office environment. Incumbent may sometime be located in an outdoor, street, community, or shop environment.
      • Ability to hear, see, speak, and perceive color, depth and texture.
      • Subject to standing, walking, bending, reaching, stooping, and lifting of objects up to 25 pounds.
      • May be exposed to potentially intimidating and/or unreceptive members of the public; may occasionally be exposed to extreme noise and physical harm or fumes and airborne particle.

      It is the responsibility of all HART employees to provide a safe and secure environment for HART customers, contractors, visitors and fellow co-workers. HART employees are also responsible for:
      • Adhering to stated policies and procedures relating to health and safety, security, and quality management.
      • Recognizing and reporting all accidents and hazardous conditions.
      • Assisting in the development of workplace safety procedures for their respective departments.
      • Promoting workplace safety procedures within their department.
      • Adhering to procedures relating to the proper use and care of equipment and materials for which the role has responsibility.

        The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this job. The statements are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified. All employees may perform other duties as assigned.
      The Agency promotes a safe and healthy work environment and provides appropriate safety and equipment training for all personnel as required.
      EEO Compliance: HART is committed to equal employment opportunity for all persons, regardless of race, color, creed, national origin, sex, age, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, disability, veteran status or other status protected by Federal or State law. 
      ADA Compliance: Reasonable accommodations are available to persons with disabilities during the application process and/or interview process in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act.

  • Notices

    • Amtran - Auction


      Amtran (Altoona, PA)
      will be auctioning three 1974-
      76 GMC New Look buses between August 15-31 on
      the website.  The buses have not
      been running recently and are most useful for parts. 
      Interested parties can see the buses at 3301 Fifth Avenue, Altoona
      to assess their value, but we will not be
      answering questions via phone or email.

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