Job Alert: Transportation Planner (TDM) – District Department of Transportation (DDOT) @ Washington, DC

June 29, 2015 at 3:28 pm
  • Job Title: Transportation Planner (T.D.M.)
  • Requisition Number: JO-1506-2716
  • Grade: 13
  • Salary Range: $76,397.00 – $98,429.00
  • Promotion Potential:
  • Agency: Transportation, District Dept.
  • Location: 55 M St SE (DDOT)
  • Area of Consideration: Open to the Public
  • Opening/Closing Date: 6/25/2015 – 7/25/2015

Job Summary

  • Salary Range: $76,397.00 to $98,429 per annum
  • CS-2101-13
  • First screening date: July 9, 2015
  • Number of Vacancies: One (1)
  • Collective Bargaining Unit (Non-union): This position is not in collective bargaining unit.
  • Duration of Employment: Career Service – Permanent

Transportation Planner (Transportation Demand Management / TDM) is the senior level position within the Transportation Planning Coordinator job progression. Develops and manages the transportation demand management program for the District of Columbia, with emphasis on a multi-modal approach to reduce travel demand.

Brief Description of Duties:

Develops and manages the transportation demand management program for the District of Columbia, with emphasis on a multi-modal approach to reduce travel demand, especially single occupancy vehicle demand during peak hours of  travel. Markets the transportation demand management program to employers, employees and residents of the District of Columbia through advertising, public relations, employers, direct marketing, the internet, and other means. Manages consultants that perform marketing activities. Reviews development plans to ensure appropriate transportation demand measures. Coordinates transportation demand policies and programs with the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments, Business Improvement Districts, the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority, and other groups to seek their commitment to implement transportation demand management policies and programs.


Knowledge and experience in the field of transportation demand management, including encouragement of transit, bicycle, and pedestrian travel, and land use and parking policies that reduce or change transportation demand. Knowledge of and experience in regional transportation planning and coordination. Knowledge and expertise in marketing transportation options to businesses, employees and residents. Knowledge and experience developing scopes of work for transportation/marketing programs and managing contracts. Ability to effectively communication orally and in written formats technical information pertaining to transportation planning studies, projects, program analyses, and to facilitate meetings and the coordination of related program.

Licensures, Certifications and other requirements

Association for Commuter Transportation (ACT) membership is desired.


Bachelor’s Degree – Bachelor’s Degree in planning, marketing, business, public administration, or similar field, or an equivalent combination of education or experience

 Work Experience

3 or more years of relevant experience.

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