JOB POSTING: TRANSCOM Executive Director (December 2016)
TRANSCOM Inc., a coalition of transportation & public safety agencies in tri-state region, seeks Executive Director, responsible for all aspects of the nonprofit’s operations & financial affairs to serve as primary liaison to the staff, Board and committees. S/he is expected to have excellent communications skills, provide external outreach, and implement TRANSCOM's vision, including commitment to multi-modalism. S/he should have a background in management, operations, engineering, and public administration. A Master’s degree and nonprofit experience preferred. Send resume and cover letter to Salary commensurate with experience. E/O/E.
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JOB POSTING: Gannett Fleming ITS Project Manager (December 2016)
Gannett Fleming has an immediate need for a talented and experienced Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) Project Manager professional who can step in and lead major ITS design projects. You will have the opportunity to work in a fast-paced, collaborative environment that is focused on client needs and project delivery. The position requires 5-10 years of experience in the ITS/traffic engineering field with some project management experience. You will work in a team of highly motivated professionals that are committed to professional success and a work-life balance. The work location is flexible within the Northeast/Mid-Atlantic region and could be either home-based or office-based depending on location and personal needs. Travel of approximately 15-20% is anticipated.
JOB POSTING: Daktronics Regional Sales Manager Positions (November 2016)
Daktronics has two regional sales management positions open for their Transportation Business Unit. Descriptions can be found through the links below:
If there are further questions, please contact Koreen:
Koreen Bjorklund - Transportation Business Unit
National Sales Manager
Mobile Phone: 860-833-5265
Congratulations to Denise Markow! (October 2016)
This fall, Denise Markow retired from the New Hampshire Department of Transportation.
She has now joined the I-95 Corridor Coalition. Here's what the I-95 Corridor Coalition had to say:
I am pleased to announce that Denise Markow has accepted the position of Transportation System Management & Operations (TSMO) Program Coordinator for the I-95 Corridor Coalition. Denise comes to the Coalition from New Hampshire DOT with a tremendous wealth of experience and expertise that is strongly aligned with the Coalition’s focus on improving passenger and freight movement in the I-95 corridor.
Denise’s background includes 20+ years at New Hampshire DOT, most recently serving as TSMO Administrator – responsible for the ITS and Highway Systems Operations programs. She has a Master’s Degree in Civil Engineering and is a licensed Professional Engineer in New Hampshire. Beginning on October 4, Denise will manage the I-95 Corridor Coalition’s TSMO Committee to create a forum for members to connect with peers, enhance internal business procedures, share best practices and lessons learned and save agencies time and resources. She will also be responsible for developing concepts for, monitoring and overseeing the TSMO Committee’s and TSMO related projects. As the Coalition’s TSMO representative, Denise will ensure the Coalition’s TSMO related work brings the maximum benefit to Coalition members. On October 4, Denise can be reached by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Denise will continue to serve on the Board of New England ITS.
New Hampshire, Maine, Vermont, and other DOTs are noted in a discussion about Waze and croud-sourcing data in the June/July issue of Traffic Technology International. Link.
Traffic Technology International - Smart Phone Technology (Summer 2016)
Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont Launch Regional Traveler Information System (Summer 2016)
A new regional Advanced Traveler Information System (ATIS) being launched by State transportation agencies in Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont will provide motorists in northern New England with the latest in road conditions and travel information.
New England Compass combines data from dispatchers, sensors, weather stations, and traffic cameras to provide real-time information for travelers. Users can choose to view information on road conditions, construction, weather, incidents, and special events to help plan trips and receive up-to-the minute information via text messages or e-mail alerts in all three states.
“This is a big step forward” says NH Department of Transportation Commissioner Victoria Sheehan. “This new system combines the latest technology and information into one easy-to-use web portal.”
Users are encouraged to go to the www.newengland511.org webpage and sign up for My Trips alerts. Drivers can enter their daily commutes or planned trips crossing state lines in Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont to receive real-time updates and alerts.
Susan Klasen, NHDOT TSMO Bureau, 603-271-6862
Bill Boynton, NHDOT Public Information Office, 603-271-6495
NH Department of Transportation
P.O. Box 483 | 7 Hazen Drive, Concord, NH 03302-0483
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