DC Job Alert: Administrative Coordinator for Policy with AASHTO

The American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO), www.transportation.org, is currently hiring an Administrative Coordinator for Policy, a position located in Washington, DC. Nature of Position: Under supervision of the Policy Director, the Administrative Coordinator for Policy provides administrative support for the Policy Director and other Policy team personnel as assigned. The incumbent is responsible …

Cambridge Job Alert: Engineering Manager with the City

The Engineering Manager with the City of Cambridge, MA Traffic, Parking, and Transportation (M532-001) leads and manages the Department’s engineering unit, which oversees traffic signals, signs, and pavement markings; manages and coordinates consultant studies and designs; performs data collection; assists in development review; provides design guidance to other City departments; and addresses resident concerns. This person …

Oakland, CA Job Alert: Transportation Planner/Analyst with MTC

Over the past decade, the Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) has continually enhanced its capabilities in the field of performance-based planning and programming. This approach relies upon rigorous forecasting and analysis to inform policy decisions, highlighting regional transportation investments and land use strategies that help to achieve critical sustainability goals. The necessity of incorporating performance analysis …

Tackling Traffic Congestion, Innovative Financing in Transportation Panel

Please join the faculty of the Transportation, Policy, Operations and Logistics (TPOL) masters program in the School of Policy, Government and International Affairs (SPGIA) at George Mason University for a panel discussion on "hot" topics in transportation: Tackling Traffic Congestion, Innovative Financing in Transportation: Public-Private Partnerships, Sensing Transportation Through New Sources of Big Data and …

Disrupting Mobility Summit: Nov. 11-13

An Interactive forum for leading executives, government representatives, and academics to discuss sustainable futures of transportation. REGISTER HERE FOR SUMMIT (NOV 11-13) AND HACKATHON (NOV 6-11) Disrupting Mobility will bring together around 350 mobility experts from different continents. The program will tackle current trends in mobility by attracting thought leaders from companies, governments and academia. The …