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Hyundai-Rotem USA hereby notifies the public that is proposing the following Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (“DBE”) goal for the Fiscal Year 2020 for eligible professional services and procurement contracts. The overall proposed goal for the Fiscal Year 2020 commencing October 1, 2019 and ending September 30, 2020 is 6.8 % and it is set in accordance with the requirements of the U.S. Department of Transportation, set forth in 49 C.F.R. Part 26. Information regarding the methodology used to develop the goal and background information on how it was determined is available for review on Hyundai-Rotem website’s at Please send written feedback on this goal to Rocky Chong, via email at and in writing to: 1300 Virginia Drive, Suite 103, Fort Washington, PA 19034. Thank you in advance for your anticipated input.

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Location: San Francisco, CA – Golden Gate Bridge
Salary Range: $125,153.60 – $151,257.60 annually, plus benefits (40-hour workweek)
Employee pays up to 7% of salary/wage toward CalPERS retirement plan
Position Description:
Under direction, perform varied professional and mechanical engineering work of above average difficulty in the field and office. May supervise subordinate engineering personnel engaged in design and construction work. May act as resident engineer on construction projects. Interpret, explain and carry out existing engineering construction, design and inspection methods and procedures. Responsibilities include regular contact with mechanical suppliers, contractors and their representatives, the general public and other professional engineering personnel obtaining and providing technical engineering data and information, preparing, checking and reviewing detailed and complex engineering plans, specifications and related reports. Perform related duties as required.

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

For directions and general information, visit our website


Join a team of innovative researchers creating knowledge to support and transform public transportation, shared mobility, and multi-modal access for the benefit of society. The Transit Mobility Program in the Texas A&M Transportation Institute (TTI) is seeking a Research Scientist to help grow and develop TTI’s transit research and technology transfer activities- especially in the areas of technological innovation and on-demand transit (including ADA paratransit).

Preferred job location is at TTI’s Headquarters in Bryan, TX; however, other TTI urban offices will be considered for qualified candidates.

To apply to this position please visit our career website,

For questions, please contact Michael Walk, the Transit Mobility Program Manager at 512-799-1319 or at


Applications are now being accepted for a Rideshare Coordinator at Ada County Highway District’s Commuteride in Boise, Idaho. This position is non-exempt, with a starting wage of $26.11 – $30.02 per hour, DOQ.

ACHD offers an excellent benefit package with medical, vision and dental insurance, paid vacation, holidays, and membership in the Public Employee Retirement System of Idaho (PERSI).
Primary Responsibilities:
• The Rideshare Coordinator is responsible for all Transportation Demand Management TDM related operational strategies for the Commuteride program including the vanpool and park/ride programs.
• Directs the activities of the rideshare support staff and provides technical supervision.
• Establishes cooperative working relationships with staff, volunteer drivers, contractors/ vendors, stakeholder organizations/agencies, the general public and District employees.
• Must have 3-years of experience in program management, transportation operations, and/or public transportation.
• Considerable knowledge of volunteer recruitment, training, and oversight; stakeholder facilitation techniques; program management and public relations techniques; Federal Transit Administration and Federal Highway Administration regulations; Transportation Demand Management planning.
• Good knowledge of transit operations and service planning.
• Supervisory principles and practices.
• Computer operation with desk top publishing and database knowledge.
• Ability to obtain an Idaho Driver’s License within 14 days of employment.
• College degree with major coursework in transportation planning, business administration or public administration; or any equivalent combination of education, experience and training which provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities, is acceptable.

A completed ACHD application is required and must be submitted to Human Resources no later than 4:30 p.m., October 22, 2019. Applications are available at 3775 Adams St.; Garden City, ID 83714 or visit our website at

An AA/EEO/ADA Employer
Preference may be given to veterans who qualify under state and federal laws and regulations


Hampton Roads Transit is seeking an innovative and experienced professional to serve as Chief Information Officer/Chief Technology Officer to support the advancement of mobility in the region by expanding into new areas of IT and incorporating new technology areas in support of the vision and mission of HRT. The CIO/CTO’s primary role is to make sure that technology is working throughout the agency and serve as a consultant and advisor to all departments of HRT in order to assure collaborative efforts are made towards the common goals of the agency’s technology objectives. Provide leadership in the successful implementation of transit-specific and all other information technology throughout all modes of the organization’s transit. Establish governance and regulatory compliance processes of direction and control to ensure that agency and departmental technology objectives are achieved. Establish Technology policies, standards, practices and security measures to ensure effective and consistent information processing operations and to safeguard information resources. Build an IT strategy that tightly aligns/connects with the agency business strategy. Develop, implement and maintain a long-range staffing, hardware, operating systems, data networking and security plans that meet the strategic and growth needs of the business and ensure regulatory compliance. Oversees all technology of the agency as it pertains to resources, funding, capital and expense budgeting, development, implementation, maintenance and training.

Knowledge, Abilities and Skills:
• Decision-making, follow-up, follow-through, priority setting and attention to detail skills.
• Strategic planning, leadership, interpersonal and change management skills.
• Knowledge of networking, communications, application administration, development, emerging technologies, database management and enterprise system implementation.
• Writing and presentation skills.

Education and Experience: Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, Management Information Systems or related field. Master’s degree, PMP and Technology Certifications a plus. 10-15 years’ experience in managing one or more IT processing functions. Transit technology experience.

Apply online at
HRT is an EOE.


How would you like to work for a progressive passenger rail agency, alongside a committed staff, in one of the most beautiful areas of the country? KL2 Connects LLC has been retained by Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA) to recruit its next Los Angeles – San Diego – San Luis Obispo Rail Corridor Agency (LOSSAN Agency) Managing Director. OCTA is the managing agency for the LOSSAN Agency. The LOSSAN Agency is a joint powers authority that works to increase ridership, revenue, capacity, reliability, coordination, and safety on the coastal rail line between San Diego, Los Angeles, and San Luis Obispo. The Managing Director will lead the LOSSAN Agency, establishing objectives, strategic plans, and policies. He or she will be directly accountable to the LOSSAN Board of Directors and the OCTA Executive Office for fulfillment of agency objectives and will represent the agency to government officials, agencies, financial communities, and the public. He or she will be: a “hands on” leader with basic technical knowledge of transportation and railroad issues; able to work with small-to-large public agencies; able to make convincing arguments in high profile political environments; able to present to and work with boards, the public, and federal, state, and local elected officials; able to negotiate complex agreements with agencies, businesses, freight railroads, and AMTRAK; able to relate to operations personnel; and able to oversee compliance for complex multi-million dollar construction projects. OCTA and the LOSSAN Agency seek a dynamic professional with strong leadership and interpersonal skills; a demonstrated capacity to lead multi-disciplinary teams in a complex organizational setting; and the ability to work independently on multiple program objectives. The winning candidate will hit the ground running, bring a great deal of political savvy to the role, and have a talent for building consensus among parties with divergent priorities. This position requires a combination of education and experience equivalent to a Master’s in business (or a related area) plus a minimum of ten years of executive management experience (five in the transportation field at the executive level). This is an excellent executive opportunity that offers attractive compensation, benefits, and relocation. OCTA values equal opportunity at all levels — diverse candidates are encouraged to apply. To be considered, go to, select the appropriate listing, and upload a letter of interest, resume, and 4-5 professional references (preferably supervisory and including name, title, relationship to you, phone, and email address). For additional information, contact John Bartosiewicz at An initial review of resumes will be completed by October 25, 2019, so please submit your credentials at the earliest opportunity. Thank you for your interest in Orange County Transportation Authority!


Where: 100 Leibert Road, Hartford, Connecticut
Hours: Monday – Friday 8:00 am – 4:30 pm.
Compensation: Competitive Salary with Excellent Benefits! Employees ride for free on CTtransit buses.

CTtransit, New England’s second-largest bus transit system, is seeking a highly motivated and public-spirited individual to join our team. As a member of the Planning & Scheduling Department, you will play an important role in ensuring that the CTtransit/CTfastrak system meets the present and future travel needs of 27 million annual bus riders. Duties include all facets of operational planning, including: route design, scheduling, service monitoring, evaluating service requests, public outreach and more. Candidates should have excellent written and verbal communication skills, be comfortable working with large volumes of data, and enjoy working in a fast-paced work environment.

Apply Now: Please visit our website at to view the full job description and apply.

CTtransit is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer

CTtransit is the brand name of the eight bus transit systems owned by the Connecticut Department of Transportation and operated by various contractors. HNS Management Company operates the Hartford, New Haven, and Stamford Divisions of CTtransit, and, in 2015 assumed responsibility for operating most of the service on CTfastrak, the State-owned bus rapid transit line serving Central Connecticut. HNS employs over 1,200 bus operators, maintenance employees, and administrative personnel. HNS management reports to the Connecticut Department of Transportation’s Bureau of Public Transportation.


Position is affiliated with the International Federation of Professional and Technical Engineers, Local #21
Location: San Francisco, CA – Golden Gate Bridge Toll Plaza
Salary Range: $125,153.60 – $151,257.60 + Benefits (40-Hour Workweek)
Employee pays up to 7% of salary/wage toward CalPERS retirement plan
Minimum Job Requirements:
Education And Work Experince Requirements
• Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering or closely related field
• Five years’ progressively responsible experience in design, estimating, specification preparation, contract preparation, related phases of engineering and inspection of construction projects, including one year supervisory experience.
Application Procedure:
Failure To Meet Any Of The Requirements Stated Below May Result In Rejection Of Your Application
To Apply:
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:
1. GGBHTD Online Employment Application
2. Resume (Attach as PDF copy to your online application)
3. Registration (P.E. license) as an Civil Engineer in the state of California (Attach as PDF copy to your online application)
The Selection Process For This Position May Include: (**)
• Oral Panel Interview
• Department interview for final candidates
• Medical Examination (post offer of employment)
• Drug Testing (post offer of employment)
• Background, Employment and Security Investigation
*The District is a drug free workplace. Applicants under consideration will be required to undergo and pass drug testing prior to District employment.
**The District will invite Only those candidates whose qualifications Most Closely Match the position requirements to continue in the selection process. The District may convene the panel for interview process as needed to establish a reasonable pool of candidates to consider for final rounds of interviews and selection.
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; 10/2/2019


The City of Greensboro is seeking a Transportation Director who will increase public safety and mobility through the effective planning, construction and maintenance of transportation infrastructure and operation of municipal transit. The Transportation Director plans, directs, manages, oversees, and is responsible for all activities and operations of the Transportation Department. Greensboro Department of Transportation Overview: The new Transportation Director will report to one of four Assistant City Managers. The Transportation Department is a major operating department with an annual budget of $38.1 million with 79 full time employees and 256 contracted employees. The Department identifies local transportation needs, develops plans to make improvements to the transportation system, and secures funding (through local Bonds, State, and Federal sources) to implement improvements. In addition to Transportation Engineering and Planning functions which identify transportation improvement needs, develop transportation improvement projects, and secures funding for implementation, the Transportation Department is also responsible for the transit, parking, and signal operations, street lighting and traffic signs and pavement markings. Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree and 10 or more years of progressively responsible transportation experience that includes Managing operations, services, and activities of a comprehensive transportation program that includes engineering and planning functions which identify transportation improvement needs, 2 years working with boards and commissions, 6 years supervisory experience and budget management skills. A bachelor’s degree in engineering or planning, a PE license and local government experience are preferred. The hiring range is $107,474.00 – $143,298.00 plus Executive Compensation Supplement (beginning salary will be commensurate with experience). The City offers a highly competitive benefits package. Additional information about the benefits package can be found at There is a residency requirement to live within thirty miles of the city limits of Greensboro or move within these boundaries within 12 months of appointment to the position. To apply, please go to, and click on the Greensboro – Transportation Director link on the home page. All applications must be submitted online via the Developmental Associates application portal – NOT the City portal, nor any other external website; it is not sufficient to send only a resume. Resumes and cover letters should be upload through the application site. Application review begins November 7, 2019. Semi-finalists will participate in on-site assessments in Greensboro on December 11-12, 2019. We recommend that all applicants reserve these dates should you be invited to participate. All inquiries should be emailed to EOE.

Developmental Associates, LLC is managing the recruitment and selection process for this position.


VIA Metropolitan Transit is seeking a Manager of Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Accessible Services. Directs the ADA paratransit eligibility determination process and related activities, identifies federal, state and local statutory and regulatory requirements pertaining to transit service for persons with disabilities. Identifies and interprets Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) requirements related to the design and delivery of transit service, including programs and facilities, and to the employment of persons who are disabled; identifies and interprets similar requirements derived from state and local legislation. Collaborates in the development and analyses of service options and opportunities for persons with disabilities and related populations. Participates in the development of agendas and presentations for internal and public VIA meetings concerning transit services for persons with disabilities and related populations. Serves as VIA’s designated ADA Coordinator. Represents VIA on external committees as directed. Bachelor’s degree and three (3) years of experience with programs or services targeted to persons who are disabled, two (2) years in a supervisory role, or an equivalent combination. Salary commensurate with experience. For the complete job description and to apply please visit our website at

Equal Opportunity Employer
VIA Values Diversity and Inclusion.


Supervisor: Chief Executive Officer
Closing Date: October 21, 2019
Salary Range: $130,000 – $175,000

The New Orleans Regional Transit Authority (RTA) is seeking a human resources director to join the Executive Team. The RTA is responsible for operating transit services bringing commuters to their jobs, students to their schools, and people to entertainment, shopping, and restaurants. The RTA system currently includes five streetcar lines, 34 bus routes, and two ferry routes, plus paratransit services. The RTA moves more than 19 million passengers throughout the system every year. This includes the St. Charles Streetcar Line, our system’s most highly traveled line and the longest continually operating streetcar in the country, founded in 1835.

Position Description
The human resources director leads all human resource services, policies, and programs for the organization. As a member of the executive team, the human resources director is also charged with the strategic leadership and day-to-day management of the Human Resources department to ensure all employees and HR programs uphold RTA’s mission and policies as well as any local, state, and federal regulations.
• Directs human resources strategies and establishes departmental objectives, to include talent acquisition, onboarding, compensation, employee benefits, training and development, records management, wellness, safety and health, succession planning, employee relations and retention, employee engagement, equal employment opportunity (EEO) compliance, and labor relations.
• Ensures strict compliance with all applicable local, state and federal regulations as well as RTA policies and procedures, including but not limited to Department of Labor, Civil Rights Act, Americans with Disabilities Act, and Department of Transportation regulations, collective bargaining agreement, etc.
• Oversees the employee lifecycle to include the recruitment and application process, selection, onboarding and orientation, development, leaves of absence, discipline, and separation.
• Supports the fostering and administration of diversity and inclusion and employment opportunity programs.
• Ensures effective employee engagement and performance by communicating job expectations; evaluating job results, ensuring performance evaluations are tied to established goals; provides coaching, counseling, and disciplining of employees with a focus on enforcing consistency and quality work.
• Leads and supports compensation program including job evaluations, creation and review of job descriptions, and ensures competitive position by collecting and analyzing pay data.
• Provides recommendations related to performance management, employee conduct, corrective actions, policy interpretations, and separations; minimizes legal exposure and ensures employment actions are appropriately documented and consistent with policies and laws.
• Develops organizational strategies by identifying and researching human resources issues and best practices.
• Provides employee-related information, analysis, and recommendations to lead organization’s strategic thinking and direction.
• Ensures organizational compliance by recommending and developing new or updated policies and procedures as needed based on regulatory or organizational changes.
• Leads the organization’s benefit program, including annual open enrollment and benefits administration.
• Supports the preparation and completion of payroll, the Designated Employer Representative (DER) for Drug & Alcohol Program and the Compliance Coordinator/EEO Officer.
• Maintains all employment documentation.
• Leads or supports investigation and documentation efforts related to disciplinary matters, grievances, arbitrations, or other non-bargaining unit employee issues; collaborates with the chief executive officer or designees to prepare for grievance meetings, arbitrations, and other legal proceedings.
• Prepares reports and serves as project manager for a variety of special projects by collecting, analyzing, and summarizing information and trends; facilitating project activities and resolving issues; developing and sharing data with General Manager, Board of Directors, and management.

Minimum Qualifications

Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent in Human Resources, Business, Business Administration, Organizational Development or a related field. Training and certification in employment law, compensation, employee relations is preferred. Minimum of ten years’ executive level experience in human resources in government agencies. HR Certification (SPHR, PHR, SHRM-SCP, SHRM-CP, IPMA-CP) strongly preferred.

Valid Driver’s License.

Additional Information

• Knowledge of public sector human resources administration and/or labor union environment.
• Excellent interpersonal and public communication skills.
• Exceptional organizational skills and ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously.
• Team-focused with the ability to interact with diverse colleagues, and facilitate strong working relationships between intra-agency partners.
• High level of detail and procedural skills.
• Ability to maintain strict level of confidentiality and support appropriate response to employee issues.
• Ability to plan, review, assign, evaluate and delegate work.
• Ability to resolve conflicts and problems that arise.
• Ability to implement short- and long-term strategies to meet organization goals.
• Ability to strategically plan ahead to meet future company needs.
• Excellent problem solving and analytical skills.
• Results oriented with a sense of urgency.
• Demonstrated history of anticipating issues and taking proactive action to develop and implement an appropriate response plan.

This posting will remain open until Monday, October 21, 2019.
* To apply, please follow the steps below:
* Go to
* On the top bar, there are seven words: hover over “About”.
* Click on “Jobs at RTA” located in the purple banner.

To apply for this position, send your Resume to:


Job Specific Duties: Under broad supervision in the Intermodal Division, performs work of considerable difficulty in the administration and management of federal, state, and local funds for the Aviation Program, Rail Program, State Safety Oversight Program, Transit Program, and the Waterways Program. Performs functions in the Intermodal Division as lead budget officer. Identifies and manages the funding needs across the five program areas. Though coordination with the five programs, manage the Fiscal Activities of each of the programs, including federal apportionments, grant awards, grant balances, bond approvals, project funding, contract execution and subsequent fund encumbrance, project and program expenses, and fiscal year end program balances. Budget activities involve multiple federal agencies with different requirements.

For additional information and to apply please go to:


Position is located in San Rafael, CA
Salary Range: $63,169.60 – $76,336.00 annually plus benefits (40 hour workweek)
Employee pays 7% of salary/wage toward CalPERS retirement plan.

Position Description:

Under direct supervision, the Office Specialist in the Bus Administration Office exercises the highest level of discretion, initiative and independent judgment within established guidelines. Provides a high level of responsible, varied and confidential administrative and clerical assistance for the Bus Division, including Maintenance, Operations, Scheduling, and Procurement Departments. This position requires strong word processing, organizational, time-management and interpersonal skills and the ability to work effectively in a fast paced environment with frequent interruptions. Must be able to work as a team member with strong internal and external customer service skills to provide varied services to District-wide staff, outside agencies and the public.

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

To Apply:
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:
1. GGBHT Online Employment Application
2. Resume (Scan and attach as PDF to your online application)
3. Cover letter demonstrating applicable work experience (Scan and attach as PDF to your online application)

The Selection Process For This Position will include:
• Skills Testing
• Oral Panel Interview
• Department interview for final candidates
• Background, Employment and Security Investigation

* The District will only invite those candidates whose qualifications Most Closely Match the position requirements to continue in the selection process.


Yearly Salary Range: $77,772-97,215
Reporting to the Department Head, Industrial Hygiene, the Manager Environmental Compliance will manage all aspects of environmental compliance on capital construction and rehabilitation projects ensuring compliance with applicable laws and ordinances, Metra quality standards, and industry best practices. Review construction designs and remediation plans for major capital projects and apply subject matter expertise to recommend best practices that ensure compliance with environmental laws and ordinances. Supervise staff, consultants, and teams in conducting environmental inspections of major public works construction projects, lead investigations and consult on incidents, and oversee remediation work ensuring corrective action is taken to contain hazards and minimize impact on the environment. Develop and manage the contract services budget for environmental inspection and remediation work including: developing cost estimates, contract specifications, and scope of services for Request for Proposals; participating in the vendor selection process; managing selected vendors including: reviewing, approving, and tracking work orders; approving expenditures; and assuring project deliverables. Analyze complex environmental issues, identify and evaluate alternative measures, and recommend solutions that are cost-effective, feasible, timely, and comply with hazardous waste management and environmental laws, ordinances, and Metra standards. Develop, implement, and maintain an Environmental Management System similar to ISO 14001 and compliant with Metra’s Quality Management Plan that identifies environmental aspects of construction projects; documents deficiencies, corrective action, and follow up; and includes comprehensive data for generating various management reports. Approve time off, coordinate staff schedules, fill vacancies as necessary, and ensure compliance with departmental and company policies and objectives. Decide/implement staffing decisions, performance evaluations, and performance improvement, disciplinary, and/or termination procedures. Make recommendations regarding hiring, performance evaluations, disciplinary and/or termination procedures. Responsible for the safety objectives, goals, and program of the organization ensuring compliance with applicable safety rules and regulations. Works under both inside and outside environmental conditions under prevailing conditions of heat, cold, rain, and snow.

Apply at


Salary Range: $123,027 – $208,944

Miami-Dade County, Department of Transportation and Public Works (DTPW) is seeking a progressive, experienced, and results-oriented Assistant Director, DTPW (Rail Services) to lead the County’s rail system into the future with enhancements designed to meet the growing needs of the community. Miami-Dade County operates the 15th largest public transit system in the country, and the largest transit agency in the State of Florida. The Department of Transportation and Public Works controls a 25-mile dual track elevated Metrorail rapid transit system which encompasses twenty-three Metrorail stations with 136 rail cars; twenty-two Metromover stations with twenty-nine automated cars on a 4.4-mile electronically powered track that is among the longest in the United States.

The Assistant Director, DTPW (Rail Services) exercises significant autonomy directing rail transportation, operations and maintenance of rail vehicles, metromover system and track and guideway. The incumbent will have oversight of approximately $61M budget. Rail operations are guided by and must be in compliance with federal and state laws; regulatory agencies; and local policy direction of the Board of County Commissioners. The Assistant Director, Rail Services reports to the Deputy Director, DTPW Operations.

For Fiscal Year 2019-20, the County’s adopted budget is $8.9 billion. Miami-Dade County is internationally recognized for its achievement in implementing a results-oriented government culture. The County’s Strategic Business Plans are developed with significant input from the community in setting priorities. Plans are established for all departments outlining projected activities and anticipated results for the fiscal year. The plan and associated budget are adopted by the Board of County Commissioners annually. The annual budget represents appropriations for service levels provided to the citizens and capital investments in the community.

Minimum Qualifications:
The Assistant Director, DTPW (Rail Services) shall possess a Bachelor’s degree in Public Administration, Business Administration, Mechanical, Electrical/Electronics, Civil, Industrial Engineering; Engineering Technology or related field. A minimum of six years of progressively responsible experience in mass rail transportation operations or maintenance to include supervisory experience direction, management, planning and oversight of a large workforce of administrative, technical, skilled and operating personnel for executing revenue operations and maintenance of fixed guideway rapid transit systems and rolling stock. Proof of education and work experience to meet minimum qualifications must be presented and will be verified.
Benefits: Miami-Dade County offers outstanding comprehensive benefits that include: full medical, dental, vision and disability insurance; an optional 457 pre-tax savings plan, optional flexible spending accounts, 14 paid holidays; vacation and sick leave; and employee contributory membership in the Florida Retirement System. Applicants qualifying for employment will be subject to an extensive background check including, but not limited to, fingerprint checks, employment verification and other procedures. All resume submittals are subject to State of Florida Public Records Law.

Apply online to Job Opening #54816 at or send resumes to Jennifer Walker, Department of Transportation and Public Works, 701 NW 1st Court, Suite 1300, Miami, FL 33136 or email to no later than October 31, 2019. For additional information contact Jennifer Walker at (786) 469-5089.


This is an exceptional career opportunity with the busiest NEW Light Rail Transit system in North America for a strategic transit safety executive and collaborative relationship builder to lead the Safety Program.

Canada’s Capital, with over 900,000 residents, the City of Ottawa is blessed with a mix of great urban neighbourhoods and dynamic suburban communities. Ottawa boasts one of Canada’s most highly educated and talented workforces and is home to one of the largest concentrations of hi-tech firms in the country. Visitors and residents alike thrive in this dynamic urban environment and can choose from an exciting array of museums, art galleries, theatres and cultural events, parks and recreation facilities, restaurants and shopping venues.

Ensuring the safety of OCTranspo’s public transit and light rail services is a critical mandate that calls for the visionary leadership and the expertise of a proven safety professional with knowledge of industry best practices and a talent for capacity building and fostering change and innovation. If you’re such a leader, consider joining the City of Ottawa as Chief Safety Officer (CSO) within the Transportation Services Department. With the successful launch of the City’s very new, modern and busy line and it’s second stage already under construction, this is a high-profile opportunity that will offer prospects for career growth while making noteworthy impact on Canadian transportation service excellence and standards.

Reporting to the General Manager of the Department, you’ll provide vision, leadership and strategic direction to the overall Safety Program, including Safety Compliance, Training and Development Services, and planning for expansion plans already underway.

The Service’s two units – Transit Safety and Transit Training – deliver safety and job training for transit services employees, and ensure the compliance, development and implementation of safety standards to protect the general public. As Chief Safety Officer, you’ll also manage the Service’s human and financial resources, including contracted services for large capital programs, staff development and performance, and financial planning and reporting. This requires you to lead and oversee a unique and distinct Safety Officer role at an agency that has an intricate relationship with a private sector entity in the delivery of the LRT service and the next stages of that system’s growth. You will understand the implications of contracting out the safety responsibilities of the maintenance portion of the LRT system, while at the same time keeping the overall accountability for complex system engineering and technical issues that will be sure to occur with respect to the LRT going forward. You will be expert in system safety as well as institutionally astute in organizational dynamics, and able to guide and mentor to ensure both collaboration and high performance.

Complementing your university degree in Engineering, Business Administration, Public Administration, Risk Management, Safety or a related field, you bring significant senior level transit industry experience, with a specific background in safety management and a multi-modal transportation (bus and rail) environment. This will have included strong demonstrated experience managing human resources, operating and capital budgets, and external contract resources in a complex public or private sector organization. Canadian Registered Safety Professional Certification (CRSP), a Certified Health and Safety Consultant designation, or equivalent safety-related credentials would be considered an asset.

This senior role will demand strong leadership competencies along with intimate knowledge of applicable principles, practices, procedures, techniques, laws and regulations related to rail and transit regulations in Canada. Equally important, you’ll be familiar with sustainable development, environmental compliance practices, the development and implementation of long-range and short-term Transit Safety strategies, trends and developments in the field, and systems safety engineering principles.

To apply for this mission-critical safety leadership role, submit your application to Phelps, at, specifying the job title in the subject line of your e-mail.

Application deadline:
November 22, 2019.

Phelps, 401 Bay Street, Suite 1400, Toronto, ON M5H 2Y4
Phone: 416 364 6229



The Central Midlands Regional Transit Authority (The COMET) will accept proposals from qualified manufacturers for the delivery of a new low floor medium or heavy duty trolley bus. This is a joint procurement between The COMET and Pee Dee Regional Transportation Authority (PDRTA). The COMET at the minimum would require one (1) trolley bus and PDRTA would require one (1) trolley bus. Total maximum trolley vehicles for the duration of the five (5) year contract timeframe is 10 between the two agencies.

All proposals must be submitted by October 25, 2019, by 10 a.m., EDT. 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.

All proposal responses should be mailed or delivered to, in accordance with the requirements in the RFP to:
ATTN: John Andoh, Contracting Officer
3613 Lucius Road
Columbia, SC 29201

A copy of the RFP is posted on The COMET website at


LACMTA will receive Proposals for PS65340 – Enterprise Asset Management System (EAMS) System Implementation, Integration & Business Process Engineering Services at the 9th Floor Receptionist Desk, Vendor/Contract Management Department, One Gateway Plaza, Los Angeles, CA 90012.

A Pre-Proposal conference will be held on Friday, October 18, 2019, 1:00 p.m., at One Gateway Plaza, Los Angeles, CA 90012, Huntington: Room 03-30A. All Proposals must be submitted to LACMTA, and be filed at the reception desk, 9th floor, V/CM Department, on or before 2:00 p.m. Pacific Time on Monday, November 25, 2019. Proposals received after the above date and time may be rejected and returned unopened. Each proposal must be sealed and marked Proposal No. PS65340.

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


On September 13, 2019 the New Orleans Regional Transit Authority (RTA) will release a Request for Proposals (RFP) for the provision of Ferry Service Operations and Maintenance (O&M). The RTA is seeking to engage a qualified firm, or a joint venture of qualified firms, to provide the day-to-day O&M for the passenger and vehicular ferry services crossing the Mississippi River in New Orleans and the vicinity. The deadline for submissions is November 7, 2019. Visit for more information and instructions to proposers.


Notice is hereby given that the City of Gainesville, Florida will receive sealed bids for “Replacement of Cummins Diesel Engines in up to Twenty Eight (28) Transit Buses”, ITB #RTSX-200007-DS.
A pre-bid meeting will not be held. Sealed bids will be received by the City of Gainesville until 3:00 p.m. (local time), on November 6, 2019 at which time bids will be publicly opened.

The City utilizes to perform bid notification and document fulfillment. They can be reached at 1-800-711-1712 or For additional information please contact the Procurement Division at (352) 334-5021.

The City of Gainesville reserves the right to reject any and all bids received in response to the Invitation to Bid as determined to be in the best interest of the City of Gainesville.


The Central Midlands Regional Transit Authority (The COMET) will accept proposals from qualified vendors with requisite experience to provide bus stop amenities installation services. The Contract to resulting from this RFP shall be known as the “Bus Stop Amenities Installation Services” Contract. This is a three (3) year contract with two (2) one year options.
All proposals must be submitted by Friday, November 8, 2019, by 10 a.m., EDT. Please reference the RFP document(s) for submission requirements. There will not be a pre-proposal conference for this RFP.

All proposal responses should be mailed or delivered to, in accordance with the requirements in the RFP to:
ATTN: John Andoh, Contracting Officer
3613 Lucius Road
Columbia, SC 29201

For a copy of the RFP, please visit The COMET website at


The Central Midlands Regional Transit Authority (The COMET) will accept proposals from qualified vendors with requisite experience to provide armored truck services. This is a three (3) year contract with two (2) one year options.

All proposals must be submitted by Friday, November 8, 2019, by 10 a.m., EDT. Please reference the RFP document(s) for submission requirements. There will not be a pre-proposal conference for this RFP.

All proposal responses should be mailed or delivered to, in accordance with the requirements in the RFP to:
ATTN: John Andoh, Contracting Officer
3613 Lucius Road
Columbia, SC 29201

For a copy of the RFP, please visit The COMET website at


Notice is hereby given that Delaware County Transit Board (DCTB), Ohio is requesting proposals for: Modified High Roof Vans (as used in this RFP “Buses” or “Vehicles” or “Vans”)
Detailed specifications are available by contacting Ed Pierson, Facilities, Assets and Technology Manager at 740-368-9033. A request may also be made by emailing

All proposals must be submitted electronically in PDF format in accordance with requirements set forth in the RFP, and must be received by email sent to on or before Thursday, October 31, 2019 by 2:00 PM EST. There will be NO public bid opening.

DCTB reserves the right to solicit or to waive a new solicitation, for new proposals if sufficient effort, as determined by DCTB, in its sole discretion, has not been made to comply with the DBE goals and requirements.

All bidders are certifying that they are not on the Comptroller General’s list of ineligible Contractors by signing the proposal page.
DCTB reserves the right to reject any and/or all proposals, to re-advertise for proposals and to waive any informality in any proposal and to determine the most responsive proposal by its own criteria, as described within the specification.

DCTB further advises prospective bidders that all proposals must be filed on the forms provided by DCTB and that all proposals must be submitted electronically in PDF Format to with a Subject Line: RFP VANS 2019.

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