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American Public Transportation Association

 Classifieds for June 8, 2018

Passenger Transport classified ads are the leading marketplace for the public transportation industry. In every biweekly issue, transit systems and businesses place their requests for bids and proposals, help wanted notices, and for sale advertisements - and they get results. All classifieds that appear in print also appear in the online electronic version of Passenger Transport, reaching more than 18,000 readers. 


Table Of Contents

  • Bids/Proposals

    • Champaign-Urbana Mass Transit District - RFP


      The Champaign-Urbana Mass Transit District (MTD) will receive proposals for a Demand Responsive Transportation Technology project. Bids must be submitted by 2:00 pm on Friday, July 20, 2018 to MTD’s Administration & Operations Facility 1101 E. University Avenue, Urbana, Illinois 61802-2009.

      Project Description: MTD is issuing a Request for Proposals seeking responses from qualified entities for a demand responsive transportation product for scheduling, dispatching, monitoring, and reporting. One of the services that MTD provides is demand response service within the communities of Champaign, Urbana, and Savoy, and the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

      Request for Proposals may be obtained by contacting Jay Rank, Planner, via email, phone, or in person:
      1101 E. University Avenue
      Urbana, Illinois 61802-2009

    • Estuary Transit District - RFP


      The Estuary Transit District (ETD) is seeking sealed proposals for a contractor to provide transit management services for the district. Copies of the RFP are available by emailing or by phone at 860-510-0429 ext 104. Proposals will be accepted until 3:00 P.M. on July 12, 2018 by Noel Bishop, Town of Westbrook, 866 Boston Post Rd., Westbrook, CT 06498.

    • Topeka Metropolitan Transit Authority - RFP


      Topeka Metropolitan Transit Authority (Metro) will receive proposals from qualified firms to provide bus shelters. Proposals must be received in the Metro office at 201 N. Kansas Avenue, Topeka, KS 66603, in sealed envelopes marked “BUS SHELTERS / RFP TM-18-02” no later than 3:00 PM Central Time on Wednesday, July 18, 2018. The proposal schedule will allow for thirty-seven (37) 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, June 11, 2018 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

    • Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority - IFB


      LACMTA will receive Bids/Proposals for OP54348 - Metro Transit Security SUV’s at the 9th Floor Receptionist Desk, Vendor/Contract Management Department, One Gateway Plaza, Los Angeles, CA 90012 (9th Floor).

      All Bids must be submitted to LACMTA, and be filed at the reception desk, 9th floor, V/CM Department, on or before 1:00 p.m. Pacific Time on Tuesday, June 26, 2018, at which time bids will be opened and publicly read. Bids received after the above date and time may be rejected and returned unopened. Each Bid must be sealed and marked Bid No. OP54348. A Pre-Bid conference will be held on 31-May-2018, 11:00:00, at One Gateway Plaza, Los Angeles, CA 90012, Alhambra: Room 09-84.

      For a copy of the Bid specifications go to or for further information email Aryani Guzman at


    • National Transit Institute - RFS


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

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

      NTI conducts approximately 300 facilitator-led learning events per year throughout the United
      States. NTI seeks to implement/continue a structured process for storing document files,
      producing printed materials on demand, and delivering the materials to the desired locations
      The number of participants for each learning event can range from 15 to 200. The format of
      the required materials can range from a 12-page saddle-stitched booklet, to a 100-page spiral
      bound book, to a 300-page multi-tabbed manual in a three-ring binder. NTI has determined
      that a structured on-demand printing process to produce and deliver our materials will provide
      the flexibility and cost effectiveness we need to fulfill our mission. This solicitation is intended to
      serve NTI’s needs for up to a two (2) year period from the time of award while NTI evaluates its
      future needs for participants in our training.

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

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

  • Help Wanted

    • Federal Transit Administration - Associate Administrato

      ​The Federal Transit Administration (FTA) seeks candidates who are experienced and passionate about public transportation to fill an important Senior Executive Service (SES) level position at the agency. FTA is recruiting candidates with both transit experience and strong executive leadership skills in hopes of attracting a diverse pool of candidates to the position of:

      FTA works to improve public transportation in America’s communities. To accomplish its mission, FTA provides financial and technical assistance to local public transit systems, including buses, subways, light rail, commuter rail, trolleys and ferries. FTA also administers a national transit safety and oversight program in addition to leading next-generation public transportation research and innovation. FTA’s programs are aimed at increasing transit ridership, improving transit safety and security, increasing mobility and economic competitiveness, and minimizing fuel consumption and air pollution.

      The FTA AA for Planning and Environment exercises executive direction over activities in the office to effectively promote, implement, and administer FTA programs stemming from Federal public transportation law (49 U.S.C. § 5301et seq.), the National Environmental Policy Act and related laws, and the Clean Air Act. This AA also manage substantial human, financial and technical resources, and direct program implementation for (1) the Federal surface transportation systems planning requirements, (2) the agency’s environmental review responsibilities, including the National Environmental Policy Act, Clean Air Act and related environmental laws, and (3) the discretionary Capital Investment Grants program to plan, evaluate, and develop new bus and rail fixed guideway projects. The high national visibility of these responsibilities requires complex negotiations with CEOs of state departments of transportation, metropolitan planning organizations, major transit agencies and local elected officials, as well as extensive interaction with the Office of Management and Budget, the Government Accountability Office, the Office of Inspector General, and Congress.

      If you have outstanding leadership qualities and a strong interest in public transportation, apply for this FTA vacancy, which can be found on the Office of Personnel Management USAJOBS website:
      • Associate Administrator for the Office of Planning and Environment -

      Please share the vacancy announcements with the most promising and qualified leaders you know through your professional and business networks.

    • Indianapolis Public Transportation Corporation - Superintendent of Operations


      This is a highly responsible managerial, technical, administrative and customer service work of a critical nature. The Superintendent of Operations will be responsible for proper direction, coordination and administration of the Corporation’s Transportation (Fixed Route and Bus Rapid Transit services) department. In addition to direct oversight of the Transportation Department, this position will provide a high level of oversight of the entire Fleet Services Department to include: Fleet Inventory Control and Vehicle Maintenance. This position reports directly to Vice President of Operations & Chief Operating Officer.
      For a full job description and to apply please visit

    • Jacksonville Transportation Authority - Vice President/Chief Development Officer

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

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

    • Federal Transit Administration - Regional Administrator for Cambridge, MA office

      ​The Federal Transit Administration (FTA) seeks candidates who are experienced and passionate about public transportation to fill an important regional Senior Executive Service (SES) level position at the agency. FTA is recruiting candidates with both transit experience and strong executive leadership skills in hopes of attracting a diverse pool of candidates to the position of:

      FTA works to improve public transportation in America’s communities. To accomplish its mission, FTA provides financial and technical assistance to local public transit systems, including buses, subways, light rail, commuter rail, trolleys and ferries. FTA also administers a national transit safety and oversight program in addition to leading next-generation public transportation research and innovation. FTA’s programs are aimed at increasing transit ridership, improving transit safety and security, increasing mobility and economic competitiveness, and minimizing fuel consumption and air pollution.

      FTA Regional Administrators exercise direction over activities in FTA’s 10 regions to promote, implement, and administer FTA programs under federal public transportation law. America’s transportation network is essential to quality of life and the nation’s economy. Transit programs administered by FTA’s regional staff are characterized by the highest degree of complexity, due to the diverse number of ongoing transit projects; management of grants that range into billions of dollars; the requirements of diverse transit systems and the involvement of multiple agencies and governmental jurisdictions; and politically sensitive projects. The RA is responsible for overseeing these activities to ensure that the portfolio of transit programs and projects are well managed and that federal funds are protected, while also serving as FTA’s primary representative in the region promoting new initiatives and programs. Additionally, the Region 1 RA is responsible for serving as the USDOT Secretary’s Regional Emergency Transportation Coordinator for New England, providing leadership during emergency incidents and events that affect transportation systems and infrastructure.

      If you have outstanding leadership qualities and a strong interest in public transportation, apply for these FTA vacancies, which can be found on the Office of Personnel Management USAJOBS website:
      • Regional Administrator for Cambridge, MA office -

      Please share the vacancy announcements with the most promising and qualified leaders you know through your professional and business networks.

    • Metropolitan Transportation Commission - Job Opportunities


      MTC is seeking applications for the positions of Section Director, Design & Project Delivery and Section Director, Field Operations & Asset Management.
      A Master’s degree is desired; a Bachelor’s degree with an equivalent combination of education/experience is acceptable. Requires 6 years of increasingly responsible experience effectively leading and managing a division/department doing related work.
      The annual salary range is $177,963 to $221,276 (DOQ) plus excellent benefits.

      Interested candidates should apply by submitting a compelling cover letter and comprehensive resume to by June 18, 2018. Confidential inquires welcomed to Heather Renschler, Ralph Andersen & Associates, (916) 630-4900. Detailed brochure available at

    • Tse, Inc. - Traction Power Engineers

      ​TSE ( is recruiting for experienced traction power engineers for our rail systems technology practice. We are expanding our West Coast production center in Emeryville, California (San Francisco Bay Area) and establishing an East Coast production center. Experience with design of substation, catenary and third-rail traction power systems is required. TSE is also recruiting for experienced systems engineers for railroad signaling, Next Gen Train Control (CBTC and PTC), and trunk and passenger communications systems. Experience in Systems Integration and/or Safety Certification is also desireable. Professional registration is a plus. We are recruiting mid-level and senior engineers.

      Please send your letter of interest and CV or resume to:
      Human Resources
      2200 Powell
      Suite 300
      Emeryville, California 94608

    • Sound Transit - Job Opportunities


      Sound Transit is looking for dedicated professionals for our winning team to make more connections for more people, to more places. People who share a commitment to building a sustainable environment, stronger communities, and a better quality of life in the Greater Seattle area will enjoy a fulfilling career at Sound Transit.
      Here are some of the positions we are currently recruiting for:
      • Program Manager Risk Engineering - Job #17-01163
      • Deputy Executive Director, Facilities & Systems Maintenance - Job #17-01177
      • Design & Construction Contracts Analyst - Job #18-01351
      • Link Transportation Superintendent - Job #18-01375
      • Systems Engineer, Traction Electrification - Job #18-01380
      • Structural Engineering Manager - Job #18-01383
      • Information Security Analyst - Job #18-01384
      • Disaster Recovery Administrator - Job #18-01385
      • Director, Commuter Rail, Bus & Paratransit - Job #18-01389
      • Deputy Director, Light Rail Operations - Job #18-01394
      • Deputy Executive Director, Capital Project Development - Job #18-01406

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

    • Southern California Regional Rail Authority - Senior Manager, Dispatching

      $109,906.00 - $171,735.00 Annually

      The Southern California Regional Rail Authority, operator of the METROLINK Commuter Rail System, is seeking a Dispatching Manager to oversee dispatching of Metrolink trains, provide train movement decisions and take actions to sustain alternate service in case of service disruptions.

      This position ensures compliance with Regulation 217 and safety policies and procedures, participates as a member of the timetable committee and prepares detailed daily records of train movement events. The ideal candidate will have strong communication skills, technical skills, understand regulatory and governmental functions related to FRA, GCOP and CPUC General Orders, Regulation 217 and all safety policies and procedures.

      Requires a bachelor’s degree in a related field, a minimum of seven years of experience managing Train Dispatchers and Chief Dispatchers engaged in railroad or rail transit environment and a minimum of five years of experience with Maintenance of Way window planning and special train moves.

      This is a continuous recruitment with the first review of applications occurring 5/30/18. Interested candidates are encouraged to apply immediately. For additional information and to apply, visit EEO/ADA

    • Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority - Rail/Construction Schedulers


      We are hiring Rail and Construction Schedulers to join our team! The individuals in this position will provide support to the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA), who owns, operates, and maintains 234 miles of mainline track with over 280 mainline switches within the states of the DMV area. The position will be in Maryland, Virginia, and the District of Columbia sites and non-local travel will be reimbursed.

      • Provide scheduling and planning services to develop work plans and new work processes to improve work planning and coordination agency-wide.
      • Proficiency with Primavera 6 (P6) is required
      • Preparation and presentation detailed work execution schedules (march charts/time-location diagrams).
      • Support work groups to help determine needs and logistics for materials and equipment.
      • Help with the handling, storage and staging of materials and equipment.
      • Support for assessment of work-arounds/contingency planning for major work events.
      • Support annual and long-term capital project planning.
      • Report progress against plan on weekly, monthly and quarterly basis.
      • Rail construction and maintenance experience is strongly preferred; along with rail and signaling systems experience.

      For more information about this role and other positions we have open, please look at our website:

    • Ann Arbor Area Transportation Authority - Deputy CEO, Planning and Innovation


      The Ann Arbor Area Transportation Authority (TheRide), which operates accessible fixed-route bus, commuter bus, demand-response, vanpool and airport service in the Ann Arbor-Ypsilanti area — home to the University of Michigan, Eastern Michigan University and Washtenaw Community College — is looking for a C-Suite level transportation professional to serve in the newly created position of Deputy CEO, Planning and Innovation.

      TheRide’s over 124 buses, paratransit and service vehicles, 289 employees, and $45M operating and $5.2M capital budgets support 30 routes carrying over 6.8 million trips/yr to over 1,100 stops throughout the region.

      As a member of AAATA’s Executive Leadership team, the Deputy CEO, Planning and Innovation will lead and oversee the planning of all agency services and infrastructure, and related policies, programs and partnerships. This includes identifying needs and opportunities in the community; leading public engagement efforts; developing and refining plans, policies, programs and standards; and monitoring performance of program design. While fixed-route bus service is a focus, other areas include paratransit, transportation demand management, facilities, and new mobility.

      Direct reports include Services and Data Coordinator, Service Planning and Communication Coordinator, Bus Stop and Service Planning Coordinator, Planning Coordinator, and Financial Analyst/Planner.
      In addition to being an experienced planner,s/he must also be a strategic thinker who will develop a high-performance team to ensure service meets the highest standards of safety, customer satisfaction, efficiency, and excellence in accordance with AAATA policy and goals. S/he will be attuned to emerging technologies and industry developments to keep TheRide at the forefront of operational excellence and optimal service delivery.

      AAATA offers competitive salary and benefits. For a complete job description and details on how to apply, go to and click on “Current Searches,” or submit cover letter, resume and salary requirements in confidence to Christopher Boylan, at Harris Rand Lusk Executive Search: cboylan@

    • TransLink - President an dGeneral Manager

      Location: Metro Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

      As Metro Vancouver’s transportation authority, TransLink delivers a wide range of services and programs across a service area of 1,800 square kilometres to provide for the transportation needs of Metro Vancouver residents and businesses. Of the world’s major cities, only Vancouver, London and Paris have integrated their public transit and road network under one central authority with its own revenue stream. TransLink has a combined workforce of over 7,500 employees and manages a total asset portfolio valued at $9 billion, which includes buses, trains, stations, track, bridges, facilities, structures, and systems. For the 2.4 million people who live in Metro Vancouver, TransLink is an essential contributor to their quality of life, work and play.

      TransLink is in an exciting period of growth and development as it rolls out a historic investment of $9 billion in expansion plans as part of its 10-Year Vision for Metro Vancouver’s future; providing more transit, better roads, safer cycling and pedestrian access — for everyone. With new Federal and Provincial funding commitments, TransLink is poised to expand its world renowned SkyTrain system to develop the region’s first light rail service, complete upgrades to the Millennium and Expo Lines’ infrastructure to significantly increase capacity by 60%, and increase bus and rail services across the region to meet the demands of Metro Vancouver’s growing population and booming increase in ridership. The SkyTrain rail system is the backbone of the regional transit system with massive residential and commercial development activity continuing to be focused around the lines. The 10-Year Vision propels TransLink forward in addressing the region’s transportation needs, especially as transit ridership continues to grow at record levels and as we anticipate another million Metro Vancouver residents and 600,000 new jobs over the next 30 years. More information about TransLink’s 10 Year Vision can be found at:

      The opportunity exists for a seasoned executive to join TransLink as the new President of its rail subsidiary, the British Columbia Rapid Transit Company Limited (BCRTC). BCRTC operates two of the three SkyTrain lines as well as the West Coast Express commuter rail service. BCRTC also manages the agreement with InTransit BC for the operation and maintenance of the Canada Line.

      The successful incumbent will be accountable for providing effective and dynamic leadership and for achieving strategic and operational objectives. They will lead the organization, ensuring a high level of business performance and customer satisfaction, fostering the highest safety standards, and championing the organization’s vision, mission, and values at all levels, and with critical stakeholders.

      As the ideal candidate, you have a successful track record of providing strategic leadership that has resulted in the achievement of corporate goals and objectives as a President, General Manager, business unit leader, or in another senior corporate leadership responsibility—ideally, in an environment with close parallels to rail transportation, BCRTC or TransLink. In addition to being a consummate relationship builder, you are extremely service driven in every aspect of the leadership dimension and bring a high level of political acuity.

      This is an incredible opportunity to drive one of Canada’s most innovative transportation companies and to be on the inside growth of Metro Vancouver.

      To explore this opportunity further, go to:

    • Southern California Regional Rail Authority - Business Operations Administrator

      $72,322.00 - $113,007.00 Annually

      The Southern California Regional Rail Authority, operator of the METROLINK Commuter Rail System, is seeking a Business Operations Administrator who will be responsible for filing all Accident and Incident Reports to the Federal Railroad Administration (FRA), and managing SCRRA’s Random Drug and Alcohol Program Plan. This position also provides administrative support, prepares reports and other information necessary to support the Department.

      Requires a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and four years’ experience performing similar job duties as described in the position description.

      This is a continuous recruitment with the first review of applications occurring 6/1/18. Interested candidates are encouraged to apply immediately. For additional information and to apply, visit EEO/ADA

    • MGM Brakes - Field Technician


      MGM Brakes, a division of Indian Head Industries, Inc., is the leading supplier of spring brake actuators and service chambers for domestic and global truck, trailer, bus and specialty vehicles for the commercial vehicle industry. We are currently seeking a highly enthusiastic individual for our Field Technician position, located in our Charlotte, N.C. corporate office.
      POSITION SUMMARY: The Field Technician is responsible for the overall field technical support of the MGM Brakes product line. This position requires proactively working with customers to ensure that MGM field issues are addressed. Up to 60% business travel is required primarily in the United States and Canada with occasional overseas travel. A portion of this travel will be based on a flex schedule with customer requests taking priority.

      • Field experience in the commercial or transit industry using electromechanical disciplines is preferred
      • Proficiency of electrical diagnostic and testing equipment
      • Solid knowledge of MS Office Programs
      • Effective oral and written communication skills
      • Strong organizational skills and attention to detail
      • Ability to prioritize and manage workload
      • Ability to work independently with minimal supervision
      • Develop and maintain current product knowledge
      • Effective problem solving and decision making skills
      • Strong technical and electrical troubleshooting skills
      • Ability to learn operational upgrades of electrical diagnostic equipment
      • Ability to adapt to customer needs in regards to scheduling and differing work environments

      Submit your resume today for immediate consideration. Position will remain open until filled.
      • Competitive wages
      • Medical, dental and vision plans
      • Company paid life insurance
      • Company paid accidental death and dismemberment
      • Company paid short-term disability and long-term disability
      • Voluntary supplemental life insurance for employees and family members
      • Flexible spending account
      • 401K retirement savings with an employer match
      • Traditional pension plan
      • Paid time off for vacation and holidays

      TO APPLY:

      Visit or https://mgm and email your resume and salary requirements to

      Indian Head Industries/MGM Brakes is an equal employment opportunity employer and will recruit, hire, train, and promote persons in all job titles, without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, physical or mental disability, or status as a special disabled veteran or other protected veteran. IHI/MGM Brakes will consider all qualified and interested applicants for career opportunities. If you need assistance with accessing our website, please contact our Human Resources Department at 704.547.7411 or 1.800.527.1534.

      IHI/MGM BRAKES is an EEO/Affirmative Action Employer

    • Southern California Regional Rail Authority - Project Engineer II

      $86,894.00 - $135,763.00 Annually

      The Southern California Regional Rail Authority (SCRRA), operator of the METROLINK Commuter Rail System, is seeking a Project Engineer II.

      The Project Engineer II will provide oversight and lead cross functional efforts to maintain and improve project management practices to mitigate operational and financial risks associated with SCRRA Railroad Purchase and Sale Agreements (PSA) and Railroad Shared Use Agreements (SUA), Railroad Construction and Maintenance (C&M) Agreements and other related Railroad Agreements with freight railroads, Amtrak and member agencies.

      Requires a bachelor’s degree in Engineering, Transportation, Business Administration or a related area, a minimum five years of work experience in Class 1 or Commuter Railroad Operations and Engineering, strong capability to analyze and work with Railroad Maps, Track Charts, Timetables, Passenger and Freight Railroad Equipment, Operating Parameters and strong capability to negotiate, develop and write Railroad Agreements including operation and engineering estimates and related commercial issues.

      This is a continuous recruitment with the first review of applications occurring 5/30/18. Interested candidates are encouraged to apply immediately. For additional information and to apply, visit EEO/ADA

    • Translink - Senior Planner, Policy Development

      Join one of the most innovative transportation agencies in the world and find more than just a job. Build a career in transportation and help keep Metro Vancouver moving!
      Reporting to the Policy Development Manager, this position will provide senior planning and project management expertise to major regional transportation policy and strategy files and initiatives, including in areas related to: long range transportation planning, strategic transportation planning, customer experience, policy-oriented service design, transportation pricing, and funding in an integrated, multi-modal environment.
      Key Accountabilities include:
      • Contributes senior transportation planning expertise to development of program/project strategies, plans and tactics and provides senior technical guidance while also providing leadership to designated projects.
      • Develops advanced transportation planning, methods, techniques and models in support of designated project deliverables, ensuring compliance with department standards, policies and procedures.
      • Contributes as a member of a program team, providing a senior level of transportation planning expertise, identifying and recommending action on planning and project risks and opportunities, based on analysis of transport data, trends, and issues.
      • Develops and manages relationships with stakeholders; provides senior technical support and advice to municipal/provincial working teams and advisory committees as well as to other planning professionals, including involvement in development and performance management.
      The competencies for this position are acquired through a Master’s degree in Planning, Engineering or a related discipline, plus four (4) years’ experience providing an advanced level of expertise and leading projects in an agency specializing in planning or transportation; or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
      We Offer
      As a member of our team you will have access to exciting projects and a true possibility to impact the livability and sustainability of Metro Vancouver and its residents; as well as e.g. flexible benefits, employee development opportunities, Corporate Wellness Program, onsite gym, Public Pension Plan, employee and dependent transit pass.
      For more details and how to apply:
      Please go to to apply for this position and view instructions on the process.
      Work Schedule: 37.5 hours per week.
      Location: Sapperton, New Westminster, Metro Vancouver, B.C. Canada
      Full/Part-Time: Full-Time Regular
      Salary Range: $74,733 to $93,416 per annum ($38.19 to $47.74 per hour)
      TransLink is committed to employment equity.

    • Springfield Area Transit Company - Director of Maintenance


      Springfield Area Transit Company, located in scenic Western Massachusetts, has an outstanding position available within our senior management team. The Director of Maintenance oversees and directs the day-to-day maintenance activities for the Pioneer Valley Transit Authority’s vehicle fleet and facilities. Overall responsibilities include supervising 50 maintenance department employees at two locations as well as developing and implementing departmental policies and procedures, worksite training programs, and environmental and workplace safety initiatives; and ensuring compliance with all related federal, state and local regulations. This position also oversees multiple facilities and is involved with a variety of capital projects.

      This position will be overseeing the upcoming move for the maintenance department to a new state-of-the-art Fixed-Route Bus Operations & Maintenance Facility Project, which is located on an 18.3-acre industrial site located in the heart of the Springfield Metropolitan Area. The new facility will provide light- and heavy-duty maintenance to PVTA’s fleet of over 175 fixed-route buses. Construction is underway and will be completed by December 2018.

      The ideal candidate will have a very strong maintenance background including at least five (5) years of demonstrated experience in a similar role within the public transit industry. Must have excellent working knowledge of the mechanics and technologies used in public transit buses and vans and have demonstrated experience with facilities management and capital projects. Must have strong management experience within a unionized environment, with excellent computer, organizational and prioritization skills. This position requires occasional travel within the service area and availability on evenings and weekends as needed.

      Salary commensurate with experience with excellent benefits package. Please review a detailed position description and qualification requirements at If you would like to be considered for this excellent career opportunity, please submit your resume and cover letter (including your salary requirement). Submit electronically via our website or you can mail to SATCo, Attn: Director of Human Resources, 2840 Main Street, Springfield, MA 01107.


    • Regional Transportation District - Deputy Assistant General Manager, Communications


      At the Regional Transportation District, our mission is to meet our constituents’ present and future public transit needs by offering safe, clean, reliable, courteous, accessible and cost-effective service throughout the District.
      The successful person will ensure the Public Relations and Marketing divisions meet departmental goals to enhance the customer experience, provide timely public information, increase ridership, and enhance the organization’s brand/image. For a complete job description and to apply for this position, please visit our website at
      EOE/AA/Drug Free

    • Park City Municipal - Job Opportunities

      Exempt $57,279.00-$84,213.00
      Oversees dispatch services and the ADA Mobility Program. Responsible for bus deep cleaning contract, shelter maintenance, training, special events planning, and equipment. Develops and executes new driver training and safety program. Also coordinates technology of buses, and supervises an IT Coordinator II. Tasked with collaborative participation with the Transit System and Transit Business divisions in regards to procurement of equipment, route design, and safety.

      Please apply online at: and click on ‘Jobs.’

      Exempt $57,279.00-$84,213.00
      The primary task of the Transit System Manager is to execute the planned routes and schedules in an efficient, effective, and timely manner. Tasked with collaborative participation with the Transit Quality and Transit Business Division. Of special importance is the focus on the safe and efficient operation of the Transit Routes through empowerment of staff to create a culture of accountability and ownership. Responsible for on-going training, safety, customer service, day-to-day driver operations, and shift scheduling.

      Please apply online at: and click on ‘Jobs’.

    • VIA Metropolitan Transit - Director of Marketing


      VIA Metropolitan Transit is currently seeking candidates for Director of Marketing. This position is responsible for developing and leading VIA’s strategic marketing plan, including brand identity, digital asset development, internet presence, market position, marketing operations and advertising efforts. As part of a larger creative team, this person will lead the effort to develop, shape, direct, plan and produce the agency’s brand to a variety of audiences using various marketing approaches and mediums. The ideal candidate will possess the high energy level and drive necessary to work as part of a team committed to enhancing strategic efforts that increase VIA’s value and presence in the communities we serve. Bachelor’s degree in business administration, Marketing, Advertising, or related field. Seven (7) years of progressively responsible experience in public engagement, marketing or advertising, with demonstrated experience leading strategic initiatives and plans. Three (3) years in a management position directing marketing or public engagement initiatives. An equivalent combination of education and experience may be acceptable. To view the complete job description and to apply visit

      Equal Opportunity Employer
      VIA values diversity and inclusion.

    • City of Gainesville - Director of Mobility


      $101,926.00 - $162,723.00 Annually
      Sat. 06/23/18 11:59 PM Eastern Time

      The leader of the Department of Mobility will oversee how people, goods and services move through Gainesville, Florida. Also, the department will play a critical role in our smart city lab, exploring the future of mobility.
      Visit our website to apply:


    • Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority - Accessibility Analyst

      BULLETIN NO: 001228-008
      Closing Date: 015-JUN-18
      Salary Range: $64,501 - $80,621 - $96,782
      External/Internal: EXTERNAL
      At Will**
      Other Info: This bulletin is posted to establish or add to a Qualified Candidate Pool (QCP)
      Basic Function
      • Performs journey-level accessibility activities associated with complaints, statistical analysis, training, advisory committee support, community events and sub recipient oversight to assist in maintaining Metro’s compliance with Federal, State and local accessibility regulations and to ensure the agency’s business operations and facilities meet or exceed applicable local, State and Federal minimum requirements.
      Example Of Duties
      • Participates in the review of accessibility-related complaints findings filed by customers and community-based organizations regarding Metro’s public transit services and facilities; includes completing investigations and resolving grievances from employees and federal and state agencies
      • Obtains and analyzes data for internally and externally distributed accessibility reports
      • Acts as a liaison with government entities and other organizations; conducts public outreach concerning overall compliance with accessibility regulations
      • Implements efforts to ensure oversight and compliance of Metro’s sub recipients
      • Participates in efforts to ensure oversight and compliance of Access Services
      • Develops and conducts training on public agency accessibility requirements that educate agency employees on and sensitize agency employees to disability concerns and related issues
      • Provides interdepartmental support for reporting to federal and state agencies on Metro accessibility issues
      • Provides technical assistance on accessibility regulations to all Metro departments
      • Coordinates internal and external responses to accessibility inquiries and concerns
      • Follows up to ensure timely input by Metro departments for reports on accessibility issues to federal agencies
      • Implements efforts to ensure that all Metro communications and publications meet accessibility communication requirements
      • Implements efforts designed to promote the safe use of Metro services by customers with disabilities
      • Facilitates efforts associated with the Metro Accessibility Advisory Committee
      • Conducts design reviews and site visits of Metro and sub recipient facilities (existing and under construction) by reviewing their compliance with policies, procedures and applicable government regulations
      • Participates in roundtable and committee meetings regarding Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) issues related to reasonable accommodation within Metro’s facilities and transportation systems
      • Assists in federal and state audits by providing requested data and documentation and information related to Metro’s policies and procedures
      • Maintains, supports, and promotes a safe work environment while complying with all of Metro’s safety rules, policies, and procedures
      • Contributes to ensuring that the EEO policies and programs of Metro are carried out
      Requirements For Employment
      • Bachelor’s degree - Business, Public Administration, Planning, Social Work, Communications or other related field
      • 3 years’ professional-level experience ensuring compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and civil rights laws
      • OR 3 years’ professional-level experience administering compliance of projects or programs in the public transportation industry

      Preferred Qualifications

      Due to the competitiveness of the recruitment, consideration may be given to those candidates who demonstrate the following additional qualifications:
      • Knowledge of Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) requirements for programs, services, and facilities per ADA Title II and ADA Title III
      • Knowledge of ADA compliance requirements for fixed route/paratransit service per 49 CFR Part 37
      • Previous experience in program support/coordination and supporting multiple projects to meet tight deadlines
      • Previous experience in transit or transit related services/programs compliance
      • Previous experience working with customers with disabilities and aged populations
      • California Certified Accessibility Specialists (CalCASP) Certification
      • Master’s degree in a related field

      Application Procedure

      • To apply, visit Metro’s website at and complete an Online Employment Application.
      • Note: All completed online Employment Applications must be received by 5:00 p.m. on the closing date.
      • Metro/PTSC is an equal employment opportunity employer.

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

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


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

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

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


    • Metropolitan Transit Authority of Harris County - VP, Marketing & Corporate Communications

      JOB #: 4337

      The Vice President, Marketing & Corporate Communications is responsible for developing and implementing strategic marketing plans to increase awareness of METRO services and promote the METRO brand. Has responsibility for management oversight and setting goals for Creative Services, Communication Services, Corporate Communications, marketing research, audio/visual and internal electronic communications.

      Provides primary managerial direction and performs personnel administrative functions of direct report staff (e.g. training, supervising, work assignments, timesheets, performance evaluations, etc.) for maintaining necessary staffing, enhancing productivity of staff and ensuring necessary department outcomes are achieved. Requires a Bachelor’s degree in Marketing, Communications or related field and a minimum of ten (10) years professional experience in marketing, advertising, public relations or related field.

      Additional Information:
      The Metropolitan Transit Authority of Harris County, Texas has a zero-tolerance drug and alcohol policy for all employees. All internal and external applicants will be required to undergo drug testing before employment and will be subject to further drug and/or alcohol testing throughout their employment.

      Further, employees who perform safety-sensitive functions will submit to drug and/or alcohol testing in accordance to the Department of Transportation (DOT) and the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) regulatory requirements.

      We provide equal opportunity to all qualified individuals regardless of race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, veteran status, genetic information or disability.

      To view full job description and apply, please visit the following link:

  • Notices

    • Mesa County Regional Transportation Planning Office - DBE Goal


      In accordance with requirements of the U.S. Department of Transportation as set forth in 49 C.F.R. Part 26, as amended, the Mesa County Regional Transportation Planning Office in Grand Junction, Colorado, hereby notifies the public that it is recommending the following Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) goal for applicable professional services, construction and procurement contracts during Federal Fiscal Years 2019-2021 beginning October 1, 2018 and ending September 30, 2021. The overall total DBE goal for Fiscal Years 2019-2021 is 1%. Information pertaining to this goal and a description of how it was selected is available for inspection from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (Mountain Standard Time) at the Mesa County Regional Transportation Planning Office, 525 S. 6th Street, 2nd Floor, PO Box 20,000-5093, Grand Junction, Colorado 81502 for 30 calendar days following the date of publication of this notice. Written comments on this goal will be accepted for 45 calendar days from the date of publication of this notice. The comments are for informational purposes only and may be sent to the DBE Officer, same address, AND to the Regional Civil Rights Officer, Federal Transit Administration, Region 8, 1961 Stout Street, Suite 13-301, Denver, Colorado 80294.

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