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Transportation Planner (posted 6.26.2017)
TRANSPORTATION PLANNER – DATA ANALYSIS & STRATEGIC PLANNING
Design, plan and implement Transportation Demand Management (TDM) strategies and programs that support the organization’s goal of reducing drive alone commute trips to Seattle Children’s main hospital campus and other Commute Trip Reduction (CTR) affected locations. Perform data management responsibilities, including data collection and the tracking and cleaning of complex data spreadsheets. Increase support for alternative transportation modes at Seattle Children’s worksites using thorough data analysis, program evaluation and policy analysis. Contribute analytical support, technical writing and task management for short and long-range planning efforts. In partnership with the Transportation Policy, Planning and Projects Supervisor, transportation planning team and other members of the Transportation department, develop, conduct and support these, and other, strategic sustainability initiatives: meet/exceed state and regional CTR mandates; reduce parking demand and increase demand for alternatives to driving alone; design and implement Children’s shuttle routes, and create and maintain schedules for the shuttle service; coordinate/establish partnerships within the organization as well as with affiliated institutions, city agencies and other entities to build and maintain integrated TDM programs.
Active Transportation Planner (posted 6.21.2017)
San Diego, CA
Long range plans for the San Diego region include increasing mobility, reducing greenhouse gases, and improving public health by making bicycling and walking viable options for everyday travel. SANDAG has adopted several strategies in order to accomplish this vision – to create more walkable and bicycle-friendly communities consistent with good urban design concepts; to improve access to public transportation resources via bicycling and walking; and to design and implement a distinctive regional bicycle system comprised of interconnected bicycle corridors, support facilities, and programs.
Executive Director – Burbank TMO (posted 4/14/2017)
The Burbank Transportation Management Organization (herein after the “BTMO” or the “Company”) is a non-profit organization working closely with the City of Burbank to support the City’s provision of the highest level of commercial, financial, cultural and residential excellence. The organized effort by the BTMO’s Board of Directors, Members and Executive Director to reduce traffic and enhance air quality contributes to Burbank’s excellence. To assist a BTMO Member in reaching its annual trip/traffic reduction targets, the Executive Director must carefully consider each Member’s mission and workforce. Also, by bringing together the BTMO’s diverse membership, the BTMO is able to design and implement multiple-Member and Member-wide programs with significant cost savings through economies of scale.
As a Community Transit Transportation Demand Management (TDM) & Outreach Specialist, you will oversee outreach to businesses and community partners for Community Transit’s TDM programs including strategic development, implementation and administration of a new small business outreach program to promote TDM strategies in workplace settings to increase non-drive alone commuting. The successful person for this position develops and implements strategic outreach plans; facilitates communication between partners and affected community and business groups; understands worksite and community TDM strategies; analyzes and advises stakeholders on worksite transportation programs and activities; and staffs a variety of business/community outreach events.
Arlington County is seeking an experienced, innovative, results-oriented senior manager to lead one of the premier commuter service organizations in the United States as the Commuter Services Bureau Chief. The Bureau Chief is a member of the departmental and division leadership teams within the Department of Environmental Services. This employee manages a $12 million budget in grant and local funds and leads a nationally-recognized team comprised of County staff and 60+ contract staff. This position is a source of research and best practices on transportation options and oversees a major research unit, which measures impacts of TDM services in Arlington.
This position plays a pivotal role in improving departmental systems operational efficiency through the use of existing and new technology. The Transportation Systems and Data Analyst role, through the use of intelligent transportation systems and programs, is expected to develop the analytical framework, data architecture, applications and tools for data-driven decision making. This position will be responsible for creating and interpreting analytic tools and dashboards to enhance the University’s parking and transportation programs and efficient and effective service supporting the mission of Transportation and Parking Services.
The successful candidate will work with local and regional partners to quantify the impacts of regional planning and land use collaborative efforts and strategies for reducing air pollution and petroleum use. The work will focus on survey development and analysis, cost-benefit studies, drafting annual reports and calculation of emission reductions. The analyst will serve as support for various TJCOG Planning Department programs, with an emphasis on the Triangle Transportation Demand Management Program and Triangle Clean Cities Coalition.