Classifieds for May 20, 2019

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Chatham Area Transit –  Planning Manager

Department: System Development FLSA Status: Exempt
Reports To: Chief Strategy Officer Hours/Days: Monday-Friday 8 am – 5 pm
Salary Range: $60,000 -$70,000 Status: Full Time

The Planning Manager advances the mission and goals of CAT through the development of thoughtful and technically sound plans and projects. Provide staff support in the development, analysis, implementation, and community engagement of the Authority’s transit planning programs and grants.

The Planning Manager leads the planning department functions within CAT and coordinates with other department heads. The planning department is responsible for scheduling, capital programs, and intergovernmental coordination. The planning department prepares short range and long range plans for the authority, prepares grant applications, and performs other analysis duties as assigned.

o Develops departmental work program in concert with Chief Strategy Officer (CSO) and Transit
Development Plan.
o Oversees service-planning activities for multiple modes of transportation.
o Develops, maintains and updates program databases, including database reports, scenarios,
and cost benefit analyses.
o Maintains effective communications with external stakeholders, the CAT Board and internal
departments. Effectively communicates CAT services and initiatives in public forums.
o Stays abreast of legal, regulatory and policy development affecting areas of responsibility.
o Treats passengers and employees with respect and dignity and ensures the needs of
passengers and employees with disabilities are accommodated and/or addressed (within their
area of responsibility) in accordance with the ADA and FTA regulations so that they can fully
benefit from CAT as a service-provider and an employer
o Performs other duties as assigned by the CSO.
• Transit Service Planning
o Develops service planning policies and standards, and continually monitors and improves
service based on these standards.
o Prepares corridor-specific transit service plans including ridership estimation, and
capital/operating costs.
o As assigned, serves as CAT’s representative to coordinate on joint agency planning projects.
Reviews plans, reports, and studies from other studies.
• Plan Development, Review, and Research
o Takes a lead role in the planning and design of CAT services, including longer-term transit
plans within Chatham County
o Researches, assembles, analyzes and presents data.
o Initiates and directs system planning studies to improve transit services. Develops service
strategies involving new types of service, operating approaches, and technologies
o Uses available technology such as Automatic Vehicle Location (AVL) to monitor schedule
adherence, ridership, and other metrics.
o Performs analysis of service changes to determine community impacts in accordance with Title VI. o Utilizes Reports from APCs, GFI and Trapeze to develop planning strategies and reporting current data and trends
• Capital Projects o Pursues funding opportunities and maintains associated stakeholder relationships. Drafts related contracts in collaboration with Procurement Manager
o Prepares grant proposals and applications. Responsible for grant application process from initial application submission to execution in FTA or other related software systems
o Evaluates project costs and benefits, and submits project justification and supporting data for management review.
o Coordinates with CAT finance department and legal counsel regarding proposed and ongoing capital projects.
o Participates as member of the Transit Asset Management Committee
o Agency Coordination and Public Engagement
o Responsible for submitting to the MPO information required for the Transit section of the Transportation Improvement Plan adopted each year by the MPO, amended when necessary and incorporated into the State of Georgia Transportation Improvement Plan.
o Responsible for data collection and entries to the National Transit Database.
o Reviews ridership, on-time performance, productivity and other service measurement reports as prepared by department staff.
o Interacts with agency staff to complete route, service and schedule analysis.
o Represents CAT at various county, district, state, federal, and public meetings including MPO Technical Coordination Committee (TCC).
o Interacts with, and makes presentations to, community organizations, non-profits, and private businesses to support CAT Public Outreach Programs.
o Responsible for coordination of all aspects of route and service planning to include service changes. o Briefs members of the public and representatives from the community on pending service changes.

Thorough knowledge of the principles, standards, and practices of transportation planning and modelling, and comprehensive knowledge of transit service along with statistical research methods, policy development, and strong research methods and techniques.
• Excellent analytical, budgeting, verbal and written communication skills for preparing reports and making presentations to decision makers and the ability to deal tactfully and effectively with employees, the general public, governmental officials, professional and technical persons as well as make presentations at public meetings. Submission of writing samples will be required.
• Sound judgment and highly developed management, organizational and interpersonal skills as well as problem-solving skills related to analytical and quantitative methods.
• Thorough understanding of the relationship between land use and transportation.
• Understanding of how active transportation interacts with transit.
• Skill and experience in complex analytical and/or modelling procedures, and cost-benefit analyses.
• Ability to manage complex, multi-disciplinary projects and to carry out special studies completed in a timely fashion.
• Knowledge of applicable Federal, State and Local laws, rules and regulations related to transit including National Transit Database (NTD), Americans with Disabilities Act of 1992, and Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.
• Experience working with municipal and regional transportation issues including coordinated planning through a Metropolitan Planning Organization.
• Knowledge of fiscal and human resources policies and legislation/regulations regarding safety, employment, etc.
• Knowledge of FTA grant programs such as 5307, 5303, etc. as well as experience in working with the FTA grant portal TRAMS.

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.


Bachelor’s Degree required, preferably in Urban Planning, Public Administration, Engineering, Geography, or similar. Master’s Degree preferred.


Requires at least 4 years professional experience in transit planning or community planning, public administration, or related duties. Preferred experience with one or more of the following: Transit/Transportation industry (agency or consultant), Geographic Information Systems, AICP, PE or PMP. Requires at least 1 year experience of employee supervision.


Ability to read and comprehend instructions and write full reports and correspondence both for the public and for a technical audience. The ability to effectively present information one-on-one and in small group situations to customers, clients, and other employees of the organization is necessary. English required, additional language capacities are an advantage.


Able to apply common sense understanding to carry out detailed written or oral instructions, Ability to deal with problems involving several variables in standardized situations. Strong analytical skills are required.


Strong computer skills are required including experience with spreadsheets, word processing, presentation, internet, e-mail, and database software. Experience working with specialized transportation, and/or geographic information system (GIS) software is an advantage.


AICP, PE or PMP or equivalent designations would be preferred.
Researches, assembles, analyzes and presents data. Initiates and directs system planning studies to improve transit services. Develops service strategies involving new types of service, operating approaches, and technologies


Directly supervises Transit Planner and Service Planner/Scheduler including hiring/termination, planning, assigning, and directing work; appraising performance; rewarding and disciplining employees; addressing complaints and resolving problems.

Interested candidates must e-mail resume to and state the title of the position applying for in the subject line of the email.

Drug – free workplace

Chatham Area Transit – Master Tech

Under general supervision, performs skilled preventative maintenance, troubleshooting, primary and secondary repair and modification to mechanical, electrical, pneumatic, and hydraulic components of major coach systems.

Assist in the development and training of employees engaged in vehicle and equipment maintenance and repair; identifying and recommending measures to improve and maximize production methods, quality, equipment performance and utilization, and working conditions. Performs acceptance testing and pre-service inspections of new equipment, all levels of preventative maintenance and repairs to transit coach and bus equipment.
Must be able to diagnose, repair and/or replace any subsystem including but not limited to: axles, steering and associated gears, suspension, charging and other electrical equipment, engine, transmission, air conditioning, brake systems, hydraulic systems, including steering and wheelchair lift apparatus. Reads schematics, identifies symbols, and uses tools, meters, gauges and other test equipment necessary to troubleshoot, repair, and service these systems.
Disassembles, cleans, inspects and makes repairs to defective mechanical, electrical, pneumatic, and hydraulic systems. Disassembles components to gain access to defective parts. Inspects parts to detect imperfections and or changes in dimensional requirements. Lubricates and cleans functional parts; repairs or replaces defective parts. Adjusts functional parts of mechanical, electrical, pneumatic, and hydraulic systems .Performs road testing of vehicles to troubleshoot systems or determine the performance of corrective actions. Prepares written reports and work orders indicating the corrective action needed as well as document repair procedures and time. Responds to road calls and performs remedial action required to return bus to garage. Must be able to work in a time stamped environment. Safely operates shop equipment such as fork lifts, floor scrubbers, lathes, and drill presses, grinders, welding machines and other tools within close tolerances by following verbal and written instructions, understanding blueprints, drawings and specifications. Follows departmental policies and FTA/DOT regulatory guidelines. Cleans assigned work areas. Performs other related work.

Equivalent to graduation from high school or vocational school. Experience equivalent to completion of an apprenticeship program in a mechanical trade or ten (10) years ‘work experience as an automobile/truck mechanic; or equivalent combination of education and experience.

Must be able to obtain a valid Georgia Commercial Driver’s License with passenger endorsement. Must have a valid Medical Examiner’s DOT card. ASE master certified in medium/heavy truck areas or Transit Bus or dealer certified in Cummins, Caterpillar, Detroit, International or Volvo. Must have a complete mechanics tool set to include a rolling tool storage cabinet. ASE certified in Electrical/ Electronic systems or equal experience or certificates in the electronics field. Must have a complete mechanics tool set to include a rolling tool storage cabinet. Must be able to obtain a valid Georgia Commercial Driver’s License, valid Medical Examiner’s DOT card and pass a drug screen.

Work days/hours: Must be available to work any shift between the hours of 4:00 am – 2:30 am and any workdays scheduled between Mondays – Sunday.
Pay Rate: $26.51/hour

E-mail resume to and state the title of the position applying for in the subject line.

Bay Area Rapid Transit – Assistant General Manager, External Affairs (8174)

Non-represented Pay Band 14 ($170,533 – $264,330)
The Assistant General Manager, External Affairs provides strategic leadership and direction of long and short-term plans of the Office of External Affairs, which includes Community and Government Relations, Communications, Marketing and Research, and Customer Services. The AGM, External Affairs directs key interactions including those with community, state, and federal government representatives; existing and prospective customers; the media; and the public at large. The role is the District’s primary resource on issues relating to stakeholders outside the agency, providing leadership and management oversight and directing external communications and advocacy with community and government officials at all levels regarding funding, service, and related issues.

For detailed information, visit

Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro) – Chief Risk, Safety and Asset Management Officer

Metro is seeking a Chief Risk, Safety and Asset Management (CRSAM) Officer to assist in executing Metro’s mission to provide a world-class transportation system. This is an opportunity to join one of the nation’s largest and most innovative transportation systems.

The CRSAM Officer will oversee the overall administration of Metro’s transit safety functions and compliance activities; oversee Risk Management functions, and oversee the development, implementation, administration and review of all aspects of Metro’s asset management objectives and initiatives.

Required qualifications include a Bachelor’s degree Safety, Public Administration, Engineering, Business, Accounting, or a related field; and five years executive management-level experience administering programs and plans in safety, risk management, asset management for a public agency

The salary range for the CRSAM Officer is $176,000 – $264000. Please apply by June 17, 2019.

For consideration, please email a letter of interest and resume to attention Michele James.

American Public Transportation Association – Legislative Analyst

American Public Transportation Association (APTA) has the immediate need for an individual to assist our Government Affairs team in researching legislative issues and federal agency activities and communicating the public transportation industry’s position on federal legislative issues to APTA members, outside interests, Members of Congress, and the Executive Branch. Duties will include obtaining, analyzing and organizing information on federal legislation, regulations and other federal activities related to public transportation; preparing memoranda, talking points, and speeches to communicate the public transportation industry’s views on federal legislative and government affairs issues; building public awareness/support for public transportation; and assisting with the preparation of Congressional testimony.

Bachelor’s degree in Transportation, Public Policy, or Public Administration with at least one to two years’ work experience on Capitol Hill or programs related to public policy. Familiarity with federal legislative process including transportation authorization, budget, and appropriations issues, desirable. Must have strong writing and communications skills. Convenient Metro location. Excellent benefits with competitive salary. Please email cover letter and resume to Human Resources at EOE Principals Only

Los Angeles Metro – Construction Manager

Construction Manager for Los Angeles Metro to work near LA Airport area. Assignment is between three to six years. Requirements and duties:
Construction Manager with minimum 15 to 25 years of experience in rail transit stations; “Cut n’ Cover” and/or “Tunnel“ construction and Station fit / finishes experience, Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering, Construction Management or other related field. PE Registration is Desirable. Please provide resume with project details and references, as position open in LA, California.
Partial Duties include:
Monitor construction activities
Manage CM staff
Review Daily Inspection reports
Assess quality and completeness of work performed
Review and process claims, change notices, modifications
Attending owners and construction meetings
Review progress and monitor schedule
Review contractors’ pay requests
Resolve issues and differing site conditions in a timely manner
Prepare progress reports
Experience with City, County, State and Federal codes and guidelines
Participate in activities as required by the clients

Please email resume to if you are interested.

Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) – Vice President of Human Capital

Salary: DOE
Application deadline: 05/28/2019
Known as the “trusted guide” to operate a safe, efficient and effective transportation to over 13 cities in the Dallas area, DART’s 3,500+ employees are respected for their unique perspectives, recognized for high performance, trained to do their jobs well, and empowered to achieve excellence.

Candidates must have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in Business Administration, Human Resources or related field. Master’s degree preferred. Candidates shall have 14 years of progressively responsible experience in human capital management, development of strategic initiatives, employee benefits, labor unions, talent management and recruitment, including 7 years managing a professional staff. Senior HR certification (SHRM-SCP) is a must! Experience working in the public sector is imperative. For information visit:

Apply online:

Kylie Wilson
CPS HR Consulting Email:
Online brochure: DART website:


Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada (Las Vegas) – Project Delivery Manager

The Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada (Las Vegas) is hiring a Project Delivery Manager.

The Project Delivery Manager oversees a variety of complex, emergent technical projects in the space of advanced mobility & intelligent transportation systems.

This position requires: Equivalent to a Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering, Computer Science, Business Management, Information Systems or a closely related field; AND four (4) years of demonstrated project management experience overseeing complex IT and/or Transportation type projects.

Salary Range: $72,571.20 – $127,171.20 Annually

Nevada Employees Do Not Pay State Income Tax Or Social Security, Employer Paid Retirement

For more information and to apply, visit our website at

RTC is an Equal Opportunity Employer & E-Verify Participant

Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada (Las Vegas) – Manager Technical Equipment

The Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada (Las Vegas) is hiring for Manager Technical Equipment.

The Manager Technical Equipment manages and coordinates the operations of the transit equipment maintenance unit.

This position requires: Equivalent to a Bachelor’s degree in a related field and five (5) years of technical experience in electronic and/or mechanical systems, two (2) years of which were in a supervisory/managerial role.

Salary Range: $96,886.40 – $152,817.60 Annually

Nevada Employees Do Not Pay State Income Tax Or Social Security, Employer Paid Retirement

For more information and to apply, visit our website at

Spokane Transit Authority – Senior Transportation Manager, Fixed Route
Spokane, Washington

Spokane Transit is looking for an exceptionally talented Senior Transportation Manager that has the ability to lead and inspire the Fixed Route Transportation team towards successfully meeting and exceeding operational objectives during a 10-year period of unprecedented growth. We have exciting changes ahead to include the implementation of Bus Rapid Transit service and adding battery electric buses to our fleet.

As the Senior Transportation Manager, you will be responsible for effectively and efficiently delivering Spokane Transit’s fixed route bus services for a 248 square mile service area in Spokane County. You provide operational oversight and evaluation of transportation activities. As you lead your department of approximately 300 employees, and handle the day-to-day operational needs, the steps you take will directly impact Spokane Transit’s ability to successfully deliver a safe, reliable, and customer focused experience.

Education And Experience
• Bachelor’s degree in business, operations management, or related field of study highly preferred.
• Equivalent and specialized or technical training which may be obtained in vocational courses or on-the-job experience may qualify.
• Seven years of increasingly responsible experience directly related to public transit operations including at least three years’ experience in a supervisory capacity.
• Comprehensive knowledge and experience with public transit operations, scheduling, accessibility, planning, and administrative practices and methods.
• Experience with MS Office and transit software applications (Trapeze preferred).

We Have Great Benefits!
• Annual salary of $83,365 – $ 111,706 DOQ
• Robust medical, dental, and life insurance plans with affordable monthly premiums
• Competitive vacation & sick leave
• Relocation assistance based on location negotiable

How To Apply
Qualified individuals are strongly encouraged to apply. Please visit our website at to download a job description and for information on how to apply. This position is open until filled.

Spokane Transit is an Equal Opportunity Employer, EOE/M/F/Vet/Disabled.

AC Transit – Assistant Transportation Superintendent

AC Transit is actively recruiting for the position of Assistant Transportation Superintendent. This position supervises the activities of assigned Bus Operators, and other subordinate transportation and clerical staff in an operating Division or other District Transportation facility or function.

To apply visit:

Equal Opportunity Employer

Alameda-Contra Costa Transit District – Digital Communications Specialist

Under general direction, coordinates and participates in the District’s digital communication functions and activities in support of the District’s websites, social media platforms, and other digital communication channels and programs. Incumbents in this classification work collaboratively to implement the District’s digital communication strategies requiring the use of discretion, independent judgment, and creativity in performing the full range of social media/digital communication functions. This classification may provide technical and functional direction and training to assigned professional, technical, and contract staff.

To apply, visit:

Equal Opportunity Employer

Maryland Department of Transportation’s Maryland Transit Administration (MDOT MTA) – Director of Metro Operations

The Maryland Department of Transportation’s Maryland Transit Administration (MDOT MTA) is seeking a Director of Metro Operations. The right leader will be responsible for providing overall leadership of Metro Operations in formulating and achieving public transportation goals and objectives. The Director of Metro Operations contributes to short-term and long-term planning to ensure that the MTA can manage assigned rail operating resource and capital assets and respond to operational issues and meet program and safety compliance objectives to provide safe and efficient customer service and to support a diverse customer base throughout Maryland.

Sounds interesting? Submit your application online by registering at

Community Transit – Manager of System Planning
Snohomish County, WA

A managerial position responsible for development of Community Transit’s service vision and strategies to meet agency goals and the needs of a growing community. Facilitates development and approval of financially-constrained six-year transit service and capital plans, annual service improvement plans, service and fare policies. Coordinates with land use and transportation planning of cities, counties, state and metropolitan planning organizations. Manages planning studies and formulation of policies for adoption by Executive Team or Board of Directors; provides expertise and recommendations to leadership on technically and politically complex issues or policies.

This position has oversight of the following areas: development of transit markets, design and implementation of new services, route restructures and enhancement of existing service; development of service and fare policy; regional planning coordination; translation of leadership directives into complex decision support models including a cost allocation model, revenue/expense model, ridership forecasting model, and capital needs model. This position requires strategic thinking, exceptional communication and relationship building skills, and the ability to integrate diverse needs and priorities into cohesive and achievable plans.

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.

Los Angeles Metro/Public Transportation Services Corporation (PTSC) – Senior Director, Quality Management

Bulletin No: 006806-003
Closing Date: 22-MAY-19
Salary Grade: H1Q
Salary Range: $122,970 – $153,691 – $184,434
At Will**

Basic Function
To direct and administer quality management programs in design, construction, and start-up operations of major Metro capital projects

Requirements For Employment

• Bachelor’s degree – Engineering or other related field
• 5 years’ management-level experience administering and implementing Quality Management programs for major capital projects

Preferred Qualifications

Due to the competitiveness of the recruitment, consideration may be given to those candidates who demonstrate the following additional qualifications:
• Experience administering and implementing quality management programs for rail transit engineering and construction projects
• Experience developing or implementing quality management systems compliant with ISO 9001:2008 or 2015
• Manager of Quality/Organizational Excellence (American Society of Quality) certification or equivalent
• Quality Auditor (American Society of Quality) certification or equivalent

Selection Procedure

Applicants who best meet job-related qualifications will be invited to participate in the examination process that may consist of any combination of written, performance, or oral appraisal to further evaluate job-related experience, knowledge, skills and abilities.

Application Procedure
• To apply, visit Metro’s website at and complete an online Employment Application.
• Metro/Public Transportation Services Corporation (PTSC) is an equal employment opportunity employer.
**This is an At-Will position and employee serves at the pleasure of the hiring authority.

LA Metro – Facilities Maintenance Supervisor (Contract & Admin)

Start Rate: $39.07 – Top Rate: $52.10
To Apply, visit our website:

Equal Employment Opportunity Employer

Transportation Authority of Marin San Rafael, California – Executive Director

Annual salary range: DOQ-DOE
Application deadline: Open until filled.
First review of resumes: 05/24/2019

The successful candidate should bring solid experience in capital improvement planning and provide an unbiased opinion for achieving the correct balance of transportation modes. The successful candidate will have an articulate and transparent method to make planning concepts understandable for the average resident. A transportation management background is preferred as well as knowledge of local transportation funding, proven leadership in mobility management, and high ethical standards as a steward of public funds.

To view additional qualifications and submit your resume, cover letter, and a list of six work-related references (two supervisors, two direct reports and two colleagues) please visit our website:

Andrew Nelson
Pam Derby
CPS HR Consulting
Ph: 916 471-3329

Online brochure:
Transportation Authority of Marin website:


Greater Richmond Transit Company (GRTC) – Chief Executive Officer

Greater Richmond Transit Co. (GRTC) is seeking candidates for the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) position which reports to a six-member Board of Directors, three of which are appointed by the City Council of Richmond and three by the Chesterfield County Board of Supervisors. GRTC has an approved FY2019 budget of $53 million and 409 FTEs. Requirements include a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in Business or Public Administration or related field; a Master’s is preferred. Must have a minimum of ten (10) years of senior management transit-related experience. Experience in budgets/financial management, grants, labor relations, transportation planning, and technology is desired. The starting salary is open, dependent upon qualifications. GRTC offers an attractive benefits package. To apply, visit and apply online. Questions may be directed to Ms. S. Renée Narloch, President, S. Renée Narloch & Associates, (850) 391-0000 or A detailed brochure is available at GRTC is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Golden Gate Bridge Highway & Transportation District – Bus Operator, Full Time (PS101326)

Position is represented by the ATU Local Division #1575
Posted on December 5, 2018 and is open until filled

Position Summary:
Under general supervision, operates a variety of transit vehicles to transport passengers along specific, assigned routes according to the District’s requirements. Provide service in a safe, courteous and reliable manner. Responsible for written reports and other information as required. Upon completion of the Golden Gate Transit Training Program, the employee operates regularly scheduled assignments. All runs will originate in either Santa Rosa, Novato or San Rafael.

Salary Range: $24.48 per hour – During training

Golden Gate Bridge, Highway & Transportation District’s Bus Operator Training Program runs approximately twelve (12) weeks, Monday through Friday, 6:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., which includes a 60-minute unpaid lunch period. There will also be three (3) nights of night driving scheduled from 2:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m.

Upon successful completion of training: $25.92 per hour, plus benefits – for the first six (6) months of service
$27.36 per hour, plus benefits – for the second six (6) months of service
$28.80 per hour, plus benefits – thereafter

Application Screening Dates:
Review Date/s Class Estimated begins
1st Batch: January 1, 2019 March 2019
2nd Batch: April 1, 2019 To be announced
3rd Batch: July 1, 2019 To be announced
4th Batch: October 1, 2019 To be announced

***Applications received on or after the review date will be processed on the next review date.

Minimum Qualifications:
• No experience is necessary.
• Must be a licensed driver for at least seven (7) years prior to the date of this posting.
• Satisfactory Driving Record (See pages 2 & 4 for detailed requirements).
• Must pass the Student Bus Driver Training program and Probationary period.

For the Application Procedure And Required Application Documents, please go to page four (4).
For Employee Benefits, please go to page three (3).
For Job Description, please go to page two (2).
For the Selection Process, please go to page five (5).

Essential Responsibilities:
• Transports passengers along assigned routes, making designated stops as required or requested.
• Uses the fare box to accurately collect fares, issues transfers and gives general information.
• Completes reports on patron count, non-scheduled mileage, vehicular deficiencies, fare box, accidents and other reports as required.
• Operates automatic lift on buses and assists passengers in wheelchairs, those using crutches or walkers, or who have speech or mental difficulty.
• Ensures that Driver’s license and all other documents required of a commercial licensee are maintained and are current and valid.
• Knows and follows the safety and health rules and safe working practices applicable to his or her job.
• 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.
• Regular and reliable attendance and performance are required.

Required Knowledge, Skills And Abilities:
Knowledge of: District policies and labor agreement (MOU) provisions. Occupational health and safety rules and working practices applicable to this position.
Skills or Ability to: Read, write and speak English and perform basic mathematical procedures. Safely and smoothly operate coaches. Follow instructions and work independently. Effectively communicate and be able to work with a diverse public in a courteous, calm and professional manner under all circumstances. Respond quickly, accurately and pleasantly to customer needs. Speak distinctly, clearly, and professionally. Work during the week and evenings, nights, weekends and holidays.

Physical Requirements:

• Must be able to successfully pass the District’s pre-employment drug and physical tests and acquire at least a six (6) month medical clearance. The District’s pre-employment tests include the DMV physical, functional performance physical and FTA DOT drug screen.

Required License:

• Must possess and maintain a current, valid California driver’s license and satisfactory driving record.
• Must be a licensed driver for at least 7 years prior to the date of posting.
• No more than 1 moving violation and no “at fault” accidents within the last 3 years.
• No reckless driving and DUI within the last 7 years.
• No license suspension, revocation or probation for a period of 3 years prior to the date of this posting.
• No Failures to Appear or Failures to Pay on DMV printout at the time of submission.
• Other violations, citations, and/or accidents will be reviewed on a case by case basis and may be cause for non-selection.
• Ability to obtain a Commercial Driver License (CDL) is part of the completion of the Student Bus Driver Training program.


• Ten (10) paid Legal Holidays:
• New Years Day
• Martin Luther King Jr.’s Birthday
• Cesar Chavez Birthday
• President’s Birthday
• Memorial Day
• Fourth of July
• Labor Day
• Thanksgiving
• Day after Thanksgiving
• Christmas Day
• District-paid benefits for the employee:
• Health care (choice of one): either Blue Shield (HMO only for the first 2 years of employment) or Kaiser
• Prescription Drug
• Dental Insurance
• Vision Coverage
• Life Insurance of $20,000 (on employee)
• Employee Assistance Program
• Deferred Compensation Program (optional)
• Membership in a Credit Union (optional)
• Pension
• Pension: The pension contribution amounts are subject to determination based on currently pending legislative decisions

Application Procedure:
Failure To Meet Any Of The Requirements Stated Below May Result In Rejection Of Your Application


Applicants must apply online by the deadline date. Applications received after the deadline will not be considered.

The District’s Human Resources Kiosk is available for filling out and submitting your online application and employment documents. The HR kiosk is located at the San Rafael Office. For directions and general information, visit our website

All notices related to District recruitments for which you apply will be sent via email. Please ensure the email address you provide on your application is correct, and add ‘’ as an accepted address to any email blocking or spam filtering program you may use to ensure receipt of notification from the District regarding your recruitment application. The District is not responsible for notices that are not read, received, or accessed by any applicant for any District recruitment.

The Following Document(s) Must Be Submitted At Time Of Application:
• GGBHT Online Employment Application
• DMV Report H-6 printout (Scan and attach as PDF to your Online Employment Application)

Applicants with DMV printouts older than 30 days will be eliminated (NOTE: You will be required to provide your original DMV H6 print-out if you are invited to the next step of the process). The printout should reflect a pattern of safe, responsible vehicle operation, and demonstrate a clean driving record which would include the following:
a) NO Reckless Driving CVC 23103 through 23109 (reckless driving), or Driving Under the Influence CVC 23152 – 23153 (driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs). Any DUI or Reckless Driving violation on your DMV printout within the last seven (7) years is an automatic disqualification.
b) NO more than 1 moving violation and no “at fault” accidents within the last 3 years NO license suspension, revocation or probation for a period of 3 years prior to the date of this posting.
c) NO convictions of California State Vehicle Code 20001 (leaving the scene of an accident involving bodily injury or death).
d) NO Failures to Appear or Failures to Pay on DMV printout at the time of submission.
e) Any accidents on DMV printout must be accompanied by an insurance or police report verifying that you were not at-fault.
• If accident occurred while driving for an employer a company report is also required.
f) Other violations, citations, and/or accidents will be reviewed on a case by case basis and may be cause for non-selection.

NOTE: ONLY DMV H6 or K4 reports will be accepted. A DMV H6 or K4 printout report MUST come from any DMV office. A complete DMV H6 or K4 report has the word ***END*** in capital letters at the end of the report. H6 or K4 reports that state: Unable to Print Entire Record will not be accepted. Request that the DMV provides you with a complete DMV H6 or K4 report with the final page that states ***END***

The Selection Process For This Position Will Include:
There are six steps in the selection process. You must pass each step to move on to the next step. The steps consist of the following:
1. Successful completion of application screening process
2. Video Examination and Written Examination
3. Panel Interview
4. Medical Examination, post offer of “conditional employment” (includes DOT medical and physical guideline requirements, a drug screen and physical abilities examination)
5. Criminal Investigation
6. Ten (10) year history conducted on Employment Background

*This position is classified as U.S. Department of Transportation – Federal Transit Administration “Safety Sensitive.” Under DOT FTA regulations, employees in “Safety Sensitive” positions are subject to pre-employment, reasonable suspicion, post-accident, random and return-to-duty drug and/or alcohol testing.
**The District will invite only those candidates whose qualifications most closely match the position requirements to continue in the selection process.

An Equal Opportunity Employer
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) 257-4535 (Human Resources).
Revised 02/15/2019
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Long Beach Transit – Project Engineer

Department: Maintenance and Infrastructure
Reports To: Manager, Facilities and Infrastructure
FLSA Status: Exempt
Wage Band: H

Job Summary:
Under the direction of the Executive Director/VP, Maintenance and Infrastructure; and the guidance of the Manager, Facilities and Infrastructure; the Project Engineer develops and implements critical infrastructure projects for Long Beach Transit (LBT). The Project Engineer establishes cost estimates; writes Scopes of Work; evaluates proposals and makes recommendations; and manages contractor deliverables. The Project Engineer works cross-departmentally with key departments and units, such as Transit Service Delivery and Planning; the Manager, Transit Customer Amenities; Regulatory Compliance and Civil Rights Officer; as well as externally with municipalities and partner agencies, delving into projects to enhance safety and service quality, as well as enhancing the customer experience.

Essential Duties And Responsibilities include the following:
• Plans, manages and finalizes projects in accordance with commercial, technical, and regulatory specifications
• Maintains involvement at all stages of a project life cycle
• Develops conceptual facility plans and scoping documents in support of approval and procurement processes
• Manages detailed facility design plans
• Manages third-party professional services consultants
• Manages and facilitates design modifications and obtains necessary approval for contract change orders
• Defines typical building systems, construction methods, equipment and materials, and the ability to define scopes of work and oversee new construction, remodel and tenant improvement projects
• Establishes, maintains, implements, and audits cost and schedule management activities to ensure project conformance with requirements
• Coordinates final design plans and specification, recommends appropriate construction delivery method, establishes bidding requirements and technical procurement documents
• Establishes criteria for evaluating qualified vendors for professional services and construction contractors
• Manages construction and renovation projects including quality assurance, delivery schedules, contract construction costs and vendor coordination
• Ensures accurate management of project documents, closeout and commissioning
• Ensures accurate asset management and documentation of warrantees and other assets in the appropriate system
• Takes action to correct and/or report unsafe conditions or actions to the Safety Officer; ensures that personal protective equipment is worn when necessary; investigates and reports all accidents and incidents, and issues warnings per disciplinary procedures for violations of company health and safety procedures
• Other duties as assigned


To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The following requirements are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable qualified individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Attributes and Skill Sets:
• Knowledge of applicable State of California building codes, fire and life safety regulations, permitting and inspection equipment, particularly with ADA requirements
• Ability to prioritize multiple complex projects
• Ability to properly create written reports
• Ability to read, manage, and understand construction drawings and specifications
• Ability to work independently and in a team environment
• Be open to new ideas and continuous improvement
• Consider “customer first” in decision making
• Excellent collaboration skills with both internal and external clients
• Excellent written and oral communication skills, interpersonal skills, tact and diplomacy
• Proactive and achievement driven
• Strong decision-making and problem-solving skills
• Strong proficiency in MS Office Suite programs, Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Outlook, Project
• Ability to review conceptual facility plans and familiarity with AutoCAD program

Education and/or Experience:

• Minimum of five years of increasing responsible experience in facilities engineering and construction or a related field.
• Bachelor’s degree in Engineering, Construction Management or Architectural field is preferred
• Project Management Professional (PMP) certification is preferred
• Experience dealing with architectural, engineering and construction firms
• Experience overseeing commercial facility building projects such as equipment installations, lighting, HVAC, interior renovations, and civil infrastructure projects
• Ability to read, understand and manage construction drawings and specifications
• Demonstrated experience coordinating activities on construction projects

This job description is not intended to be a complete listing of all the job duties required of this position, but to provide information on the general scope of the position.
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Long Beach Transit – Manager, Materials and Warehouse

Department: Finance and Budget
Reports To: Executive Director/VP, Finance and Budget
FLSA Status: Exempt
Wage Band: I

Job Summary:
The Manager, Materials and Warehouse leads Long Beach Transit’s (LBT) materials and warehouse section including parts replenishment, warranty recovery and warehouse operations. The Manager ensures a steady supply of parts and materials and creates and analyzes various reports and performance indicators to measure and assess warehouse performance in comparison to departmental and organizational goals.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following:
• Manages the daily operations of the material section ensuring a steady supply of parts, fuel, lubricants, shop supplies, facility supplies, office supplies and safety equipment
• Identifies opportunities for more economic parts procurements and efficiencies, such as 1) consolidating purchases to fewer and best performing vendors; 2) using new and more economic sources and 3) putting packages of buys together
• Develops goals, KPIs and other metrics by using and analyzing baseline data that advance the organization’s ability to measure results against key performance areas
• Oversees stock room operations including; issuing, receiving, cycle counting and storing of all parts and material, inspecting equipment, issuing work orders for repair and requisitions
• Prepares analysis on monthly, quarterly and annual reports on spending
• Develops policies and deploys best practices in ethical business behavior
• Increases efficiency and uses leverage to drive savings by monitoring and analyzing high-volume, low-dollar spending
• Partners with the procurement and maintenance departments to plan and determine future parts needs and 1) creates a purchasing plan and budget; and 2) provides full and open competition to the maximum extent possible
• Analyzes best purchasing strategy for individual buys
• Collaborates with the quality assurance unit to ensure products meet specifications
• Oversees all department recruiting, hiring and training of personnel; as well as schedules workdays
• Evaluates the performance and plans career development of personnel
• Maintains clean, safe and secure working environment for all storerooms and material functions
• Provides direction and support for warranty recovery, claim activity, settlement negotiations and enforcing warranty agreements
• Performs other duties as assigned


To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed are representative of the knowledge, skill, experience, and/or ability required or to be successful in this position. Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable qualified individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Attributes And Skill Sets:

• Maintain a strong workgroup focus to inspire, engage, coach, develop and mentor a diverse team
• Strong analytical skills to perform forecasting, cost assessment and analysis
• Excellent communication skills, interpersonal skills, tact and diplomacy
• Commitment to continuous improvement
• Performance and result oriented
• Ability to understand and apply replenishment calculations
• Basic warehouse management which includes:
• Leads the department in best practices, continuous improvement and compliance with ethical principles
• Collaborates with functional counterparts/stakeholders on optimization of materials
• Efficient and effective inventory control
• Demand forecasting using statistical techniques
• Material handling to process orders efficiently
• Warehouse design, organization and layout
• Proactive obsolescence forecasting and planning
• Actively works with internal customers and suppliers to ensure smooth day-to-day operations
• Develops strategies and buying programs for a range of commodities

Education and/or Experience:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to a bachelor’s degree in business, quantitative analysis, statistics, project management or related field with a minimum of three years of material management experience; one year of supervisory experience preferred.

An acceptable background check to include a local and state criminal history check and a valid California driver’s license with an acceptable driving record is required.

Working Conditions/Physical Activities

(The physical demands described are representative of those that must be met by the employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Long Beach Transit provides reasonable accommodation to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.)

Positions in this class typically require:

• Ability to fulfill the physical demands of the job such as walking, stooping, sitting, bending, reaching for overhead files and occasional lifting
• Work will at times require more than 8 hours per day or an irregular work week to perform the essential duties of the position
• Duties will be performed primarily in a warehouse/office environment and will require travel to external locations and agencies
• Requires ability to understand verbal communication and to respond effectively

This job description is not intended to be a complete listing of all the job duties required of this position, but to provide information on the general scope of the position
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Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority – Director of Safety

As the recipient of the gold-level award from The Partnership for Excellence (TPE, Baldrige Award) and the national APTA award for bus safety, we continue to be a well-recognized and high-performing public agency providing public transportation to the greater Cleveland area. We are proud to be one of northeast Ohio’s major employers with over 2,300 employees.

Director of Safety

Reporting to the Deputy General Manager of Legal Affairs and the General Manager, the Director of Safety sets, directs and implements safety policies for the organization. The position directs, facilitates, and takes a proactive approach towards the implementation of a safety management system. Reports to State Safety Oversight agency on all aspects of regulation 49 CFR Part 659, including preparation and implementation of System Safety Program Plans, investigations, audits, unacceptable safety hazards and corrective action plans. Has working knowledge of rail state safety oversight regulations and safety certification of large projects. Understands engineering principles so that various systems are reviewed in a manner that reduces hazards or risk to an acceptable level. Evaluates safety processes through preliminary hazard analysis and job safety analysis, and formulates solutions to improve effectiveness and reduce incidents. Directs and supervises Safety personnel. Directs and conducts the investigation of accidents and oversees preparation of root-cause analysis reports and recommendations. Ensures that RTA facilities are in compliance with federal, state and local safety regulations and standards, NFPA and Fire codes. Conducts and performs drills to ensure and validate emergency response. This position will promote a secure and safe environment.

Salary Range: $87,026 – $115,308

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City of Charlottesville, Virginia – Director of Charlottesville Transit

The City of Charlottesville, Virginia is seeking qualified candidates to be considered for Director of Charlottesville Transit who are highly motivated and who strive for success by demonstrating Charlottesville’s Core Values of Leadership, Trust, Creativity, Respect, and Excellence. The Director position is a highly visible job, which will require a person with well-developed operations, marketing, and administrative skills. The individual must be an outstanding communicator, responsive to the needs of the public, other officials and employees.

The Director is appointed by the City Manager and serves as a senior member of the City Manager’s leadership team. The Director is responsible for the management of Charlottesville Area Transit (CAT) and currently also for the Charlottesville City Schools Pupil Transportation, via a contract between the City and Schools, including all departmental functions, programs, budget and activities. This includes the operation, maintenance and service planning for fixed routes for CAT and Pupil Transportation. This position oversees the planning and operations of the municipal transit services and works in close collaboration with regional partners, and plays a pivotal role in the planning functions, enhancing and expanding transportation infrastructure in the region. To apply, an application must be completed online at prior to the closing date of June 7, 2019 at 5pm EST. Include with your online application a cover letter, resume, salary history, and at least five professional references. Visit our website to view a more complete posting and to view a downloadable brochure about our Community, City Government, and position. The City is an Equal Opportunity Employer

WeGo Public Transit – Facilities Maintenance Manager

WeGo is situated in the beautiful and thriving city of Nashville within the Middle Tennessee Region.

At WeGo Public Transit, it is our ongoing mission to connect people to their lives and community. We strive daily to become an embraced part of the community of Nashville and Middle Tennessee by providing friendly, sustainable, reliable, trusted public transportation – everywhere for everyone.

Position Purpose

• Responsible for all facets of renovation and maintenance projects for the facilities of WeGo PublicTransit; and will facilitate close coordination with WeGo Project Planners and Engineers on the development, design, and construction of future facilities.
• Responsible for the management and performance of the maintenance department, as it relates to the maintenance and cleanliness of the shop, general and passenger facilities, park and ride stations and bus shelters/bus stop signs, as owned and operated by the transit authorities.
• Effectively manage all facility and transit stop state of good repair budgets and planning efforts, to ensure proper maintenance and repair campaigns are incorporated into the agency’s capital planning process as needed.
• Provide support as needed to uphold the overall health and wellness of the maintenance department, as directed by the Director of Maintenance (DOM) or Chief Operating Officer (COO).
Recommended Preparation for Employment: Any combination of education, training, and experience equivalent to: 1) bachelor degree in engineering, public administration, transportation, construction management or related field; 2) seven years of experience as a manager or supervisor of a similar department or equivalent; and 3) two years of experience in labor relations. The successful applicant will have a proven record of communication skills, project management/construction experience, computer proficiency, statistical analyses, and ability to handle several projects at once, interpersonal skills, fleet diagnostics, alternative fuel systems, statistical analyses, team building techniques, and causal inference.

We offer an outstanding portfolio of benefits including health, dental, vision, defined pension plan, vacation time, student loan fulfillment, floating holidays and more.

Salary range: $62,866 to $81,725

Our shared values of at WeGo Public Transit
• Exceptional Service
• Security and Reliability
• Integrity and Trust
• Honest Collaboration
• Community Steward

If you want to make a difference and contribute to our vision for the City of Nashville, we invite you to submit your resume and letter of interest today.

Apply at or contact Carole Earls, HR Recruiter for more information at 615-862-6204. WeGo Public Transit is an equal opportunity employer.



The City of Lawton Transit Trust will receive proposals for Transit Management Services until 5:00 p.m. CDT on June 19, 2019. Proposals are to be delivered to the City Clerk, City Hall, 212 SW 9th Street, Lawton, Oklahoma, 73501.

The RFP is posted on the City of Lawton’s website, or you can request a copy by contacting the City of Lawton’s Planning Division at 580-581-3375. Proposals must be submitted in a sealed envelope or package and clearly labeled Transit Management Services Proposal.

Traci Hushbeck, Secretary

VIA Metropolitan Transit

VIA Metropolitan Transit is seeking proposals from responsible firms for Project Management Consultant. Proposals will be accepted until 4:45 PM, June 19, 2019. Proposals received after that time and date will not be considered.

A Pre-proposal Conference will be held at 10:00 AM, May 14, 2019, in the VIA Metro Center (VMC) Board Room at 1021 San Pedro, San Antonio, Texas 78212.

Proposal documents may be obtained from VIA’s Procurement Department, 800 W. Myrtle, Suite 203, San Antonio, Texas 78212. Please visit to register with VIA and to download the document. Information on current solicitations is listed under the View Procurement Opportunities section.

Contract Solicitations

SSE #: 263375
DUE DATE: 6/5/19
TITLE: Furnish and Deliver 275 Low Floor 40-Foot Diesel-Electric Hybrid Buses.
Proposals will be evaluated on the following criteria:
1) Overall Project Cost;
2) Overall Quality of Proposer and Product;
3) New York State Content;
4) Other Relevant Matters.

More details & the MTA-NYCT contact info


LACMTA will receive Proposals for EG62412 – Request for Interest and Qualifications CBRS / Private LTE POC at the 9th Floor Receptionist Desk, Vendor/Contract Management Department, One Gateway Plaza, Los Angeles, CA 90012.

A Pre-Proposal conference will not be held. All Proposals must be submitted to LACMTA, and be filed at the reception desk, 9th floor, V/CM Department, on or before 1:00 PM, Pacific Time on June 10, 2019. Proposals received after the above date and time may be rejected and returned unopened. Each proposal must be sealed and marked Proposal No. EG62412.

For a copy of the Proposal/Bid specification visit our Solicitation Page on our Vendor Portal at or for further information email Lorretta Norris at



VIA Metropolitan Transit is seeking proposals from responsible firms for Unified Development Code Revision Recommendations and Station Area Planning Typologies for Transit Oriented Development. Proposals will be accepted until 4:45 PM, June 12, 2019. Proposals received after that time and date will not be considered.

A Pre-proposal Conference will be held at 10:00 AM, May 8, 2019, in the Administration Board Room at 800 W. Myrtle, San Antonio, Texas 78212.

Proposal documents may be obtained from VIA’s Procurement Department, 800 W. Myrtle, Suite 203, San Antonio, Texas 78212. Please visit to register with VIA and to download the document. Information on current solicitations is listed under the View Procurement Opportunities section.

The County of Westchester, New York

To Provide: Consultant Services For The Procurement of 40-foot Hybrid Diesel-Electric Buses

The County of Westchester, acting by and through its Department of Public Works & Transportation (WCDPW&T) and under a grant from the Federal Transit Administration (FTA), is seeking proposals from qualified firms to provide Consultant Services for The Procurement of 40-foot Hybrid Diesel-Electric Buses.

The Selected Consultant shall develop technical specifications and provide related services and assistance for procurement of 40-foot Hybrid Diesel-Electric buses based upon the latest clean diesel technology. Working in concert with both personnel from WCDPW&T and Liberty Lines Transit, Inc., the County’s primary bus operator, the Consultant shall develop technical specifications which reflect the current requirements of the Bee-Line operating environment. Specifications shall also comply with New York State and Federal Transit Administration (FTA) requirements.

The successful proposer must comply with the terms of financial assistance agreements with the FTA and with New York State. The proposer is subject to requirements of Title 49, Code of Federal Regulations, Part 26, participation of by Disadvantaged Business Enterprises in Department of Transportation Financial Assistance Programs. Any name appearing on the Comptroller General’s list of ineligible contractors for federally financed and assisted construction is not an eligible bidder and will not be considered.

The County of Westchester, in its own best interest, reserves the right to withdraw this request for proposals, to waive any informality in the proposals and to reject any and all proposals. Detailed specifications, further information and updates may be obtained by going to or a copy of the RFP may be requested by contacting Robert G. Essick, Program Administrator at (914) 813-7746, at the Westchester County Department of Public Works and Transportation.

Proposals are due by 12:00 p.m. EST Monday, July 1, 2019. The individual(s) or firm(s) exhibiting the best combination of technical skills, relevant experience, and lowest costs, as determined by a selection committee, will be offered a contract.

Hugh J. Greechan, Jr., P.E. Commissioner
Westchester County Department of Public Works and Transportation
Room 518
Westchester County Office Building
148 Martine Avenue
White Plains, New York 10603

Central Midlands Regional Transit Authority d/b/a The COMET

The Central Midlands Regional Transit Authority d/b/a The COMET (referred to as either The COMET or the Authority) will accept proposals from qualified firms to perform IT Management and Support Services as specified in this RFP. The contract to resulting from this RFP shall be known as the “IT Management and Support Services” contract.

All proposals must be submitted by June 7, 2019. Please reference the RFP document(s) for submission requirements. The COMET encourages the use of recycled paper, and where practicable, printed on both sides, for all submittals.

There will be a nonmandatory pre proposal conference at 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday, May 14, 2019.

All proposal responses should be mailed or delivered to:
The COMET Administrative Offices
ATTN: Virginia Goodson—Procurement Officer
Virginia Goodson
3613 Lucius Rd.
Columbia, SC 29201

For a copy of the RFP, please contact Ms. Virginia Goodson, Procurement Officer, at A copy of the RFP is also posted on The COMET website. Please include your name, contact information (e-mail and mailing addresses, telephone number), including how you want to receive a copy of the RFP, and the name of the organization you are representing.

Contract Solicitations

SSE #: 267429 DUE
DATE: 6/21/19
TITLE: Automatic Bus Lane Enforcement (ABLE).
DESC: New York City Transit/MTA Bus (NYCT/ MTAB) is seeking an expression of interest in order to identify and obtain information from firms experienced in designing, furnishing, installing and maintaining Automatic Bus Lane Enforcement (ABLE) on buses. For purposes of this RFI, Automatic Bus Lane Enforcement is defined as a system that is “In-stalled on a bus and automatically collects evidence to identify vehicles illegally in a designated bus lane.” A minimal amount of human intervention is acceptable to ensure a bus lane violation has occurred. The system must be able to detect bus lane traffic violations and provide compelling evidence that supports the issuance of a notice of liability (NOL) to the owner of the vehicle. More detailed info. & the MTA-NYCT contact for the above solicitation(s) can be found on the MTA Vendor Portal at

Topeka Metropolitan Transit Authority (Metro)

Topeka Metropolitan Transit Authority (Metro) will receive proposals from qualified firms to provide various types of technology for its fixed route buses. Proposals must be received in the Metro office at 201 N. Kansas Avenue, Topeka, KS 66603, in sealed envelopes marked “BUS TECHNOLOGY / RFP TM-19-03” no later than 3:00 PM Central Time on Tuesday, June 25, 2019. The proposal schedule will allow for thirty-six (36) calendar days for proposal submission.

The RFP document package may be obtained from Metro’s office at 201 N. Kansas Avenue, Topeka, KS 66603, on or after Monday, May 20, 2019 by contacting Karla Richardson. Interested firms may download the RFP document package from Metro’s website ( or call (785) 730-8622 to arrange for pickup or mailing.

The proposers will be required to comply with all applicable state and federal Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) laws and regulations. Metro, in accordance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and related regulations, hereby notifies all proposers that minority business enterprises will be afforded full opportunity to submit proposals in response to this invitation and will not be discriminated against on the grounds of race, creed, color, religion, gender, marital status, sexual orientation, familial status, national origin or ancestry, age, physical or mental handicap unrelated to ability, or military status in consideration for an award.

Any agreement resulting from this RFP is subject to financial assistance agreements between Metro and the Federal Transit Administration.

In order to be eligible to submit a proposal, the proposer must not be included on the United States Comptroller General’s Consolidated List of Persons or Firms currently debarred or suspended from participating in public contracts.

Metro reserves the right to accept any proposal or any part or parts thereof. Metro reserves the right to reject any or all proposals and to waive irregularities therein, and all proposers must agree that such rejection shall be without liability on the part of Metro for any penalty brought by a proposer because of such rejections, nor shall the proposer seek any recourse of any kind against Metro because of such rejections, and the filing of any proposal in response to this solicitation shall constitute an agreement of the proposer to these conditions.

Topeka Metropolitan Transit Authority
201 North Kansas Avenue
Topeka, KS 66603

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