Job Alert! Transportation Planner – Thomas Jefferson Planning District Commission @ Charlottesville, VA

January 3, 2017 at 4:58 pm

TJPDC Seeking Candidates for Urban and Transportation Planning Staff

The Thomas Jefferson Planning District Commission is seeking energetic, creative candidate(s) to join its urban and transportation planning staff. The Commission has immediate openings at its Charlottesville, Virginia office, located steps away from Charlottesville’s award winning downtown pedestrian mall. The Thomas Jefferson Planning Commission is a Regional Planning body that provides planning services to a six-county region in Central Virginia. The office’s work environment offers opportunities for people interested in engaging in a variety of urban and rural planning tasks.


Under the direct supervision of the Director of Planning, positions offer the motivated individual(s) opportunities to develop and expand his or her professional capacities through research and development of varied innovative planning and modeling applications that support the agency’s transportation and land use programs, including but not limited to: development and integration of travel demand modeling with GIS analysis; development of mesoscopic models for urban corridors and subareas; high capacity transit analysis; and evaluation of ITS applications.

Flexibility in program and project assignments offer the opportunity to work in various areas of the TJPDC’s programs and projects.  Areas of work include pilot street demonstration planning and implementation, transportation modeling, small area land use planning, hazard mitigation and solid waste planning, economic development planning and travel demand management programs including bike/pedestrian programs. Project management could occur in housing and aging programs.

Planners will provide staff support for standing and ad hoc transportation and environmental committees. Tasks include preparing agendas, attending meetings, preparing minutes, coordinating with chair persons and developing other meeting materials.


Minimum requirements; Master’s Degree in urban/city planning, transportation planning, engineering or related field. Preferred requirements; Master’s Degree in Planning with a minimum of 4 years’ experience; experience using statistical analysis software, traffic analysis software, and other spreadsheet, database, and word processing packages; experience using geographic information systems software such as ArcGIS; familiarity with Census and American Community Survey datasets; and a valid driver’s license.

Starting Salary Range

$38,000 Minimum Requirements to $52,500 Preferred Requirements

To Apply

Resume, cover letter, and completed job application are required for consideration please visit for a copy of the application. Applications may be submitted to Thomas Jefferson Planning District Commission, 401 East Water Street Charlottesville, VA 22902, or by email No phone calls please.

Fellowship Alert: Policy Fellow (Transit) – Northern Virginia Transportation Commission (NVTC) @ Arlington, VA

August 3, 2015 at 5:18 pm

Want a chance to work on some of the most innovative regional transit policy and funding issues? Your analytical and communication skills is needed at the premiere transit organization in Northern Virginia.

As part of its Transit Fellows program, the Northern Virginia Transportation Commission (NVTC) seeks a Policy Fellow, full time for a term of six months, renewable for up to a year. This fellowship provides a professional development opportunity for mid-career t

A PRTC OmniRide bus in Arlington, Virginia ope...

A PRTC OmniRide bus in Arlington, Virginia operating the Lake Ridge express route. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

ransportation specialists as well as college graduates and graduate students. Successful applicants will gain in-depth knowledge of transit policy and funding issues and will serve a key role in tracking and analyzing federal and state policy including legislation, policy and planning. The Policy Fellow will draft issue briefs, prepare presentations, as well as write policy memorandum, newsletter articles, web content and special reports for the Commission and its stakeholders. Specific activities include: supporting briefings of policy makers on key transit issues, analyzing legislation related to transit and the Commission, participating in the planning and execution of NVTC’s annual briefing of the General Assembly and NVTC Commission Meeting in Richmond in February, and staff support of the Executive Director. The responsibilities will include local travel and some evening commitments.


  • College graduates, graduate students or mid-career professionals
  • Bachelor’s Degree in policy, government, journalism, transportation planning, public administration, economics, policy or related area
  • Demonstrated interest in public transportation or transportation planning and policy development
  • Strong writing and analytical skills
  • Ability to work in a small office/team oriented environment

Duration of the appointment is six months and is a renewable for six months. Priority will be given to applicants who can begin their fellowship quickly.


Fellowships are awarded to professionals with a strong understanding of transportation policy, finance and transportation funding and/or public outreach. Graduate students and mid-career professionals are encouraged to apply.


The Fellow will receive compensation consistent with compensation guidelines of the Department of Rail and Public Transportation and will be eligible for transit benefits.


Send cover letter, resume, and a brief writing sample to Colethia Quarles at The cover letter should describe the applicant’s objectives in pursuing the fellowship. Please highlight particular skills, knowledge or interests as it relates to a demonstrated interest in the Commission’s work, familiarity with federal or state legislative and policy issues, and experience or knowledge in public outreach. Please note your availability at the top of the cover letter.

Applications can also be mailed to:

Colethia Quarles
​Transit Fellowship Program
​2300 Wilson Blvd., Suite 620
​Arlington, VA 22201


Applications will be accepted and reviewed on a rolling basis until a candidate is selected.


NVTC has a small staff located in offices in the vibrant Court House area of Arlington. NVTC is a leading expert on performance metrics and transit finance, coordinates regional planning studies and evaluations, partners with other regional entities including the Northern Virginia Transportation Authority, the Potomac and Rappahannock Transportation Commission and the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments. NVTC encompasses six cities and counties, a commuter rail service, six bus systems including MetroBus, Metrorail and the Vanpool Alliance.

Job Alert: Senior Transportation Planner – Lea and Elliott, Inc @ Herndon, VA

June 24, 2015 at 12:25 pm

Lea +Elliott is seeking a self-sufficient, highly organized, personable and motivated person to join our senior-level staff in the Northern Virginia office. With direct accountability to the project’s FTA Coordination Manager, the Senior Planner will assist in gaining and transmitting intellectual understanding of issues and events occurring on a large and complex public rail transit construction project in order to meet FTA and agency reporting, meeting and project management requirements.

The successful candidate will be called upon to research, interview, analyze, write and edit complex technical data for use in reports, plans and procedures that record and present technical information, often in a non-technical way.  They will need to exercise initiative, judgment and decision making ability in a timely and effective manner and in full compliance with all applicable local and federal laws, rules and regulations.

Position Responsibilities

Included in the position responsibilities are:

  • Being a member of the team that develops monthly and quarterly progress reports covering the entire project effort.
  • Maintaining a high level of quality control.
  • Preparing for and creating documentation of monthly and quarterly meetings with the FTA for the project record.
  • Staying current with federal project management requirements and aligning reports and plans to comply with all regulatory requirements.
  • Assisting senior leadership and executive management with other regulatory, audit and quality review functions as needed.
  • Coordinating between departments and interviewing project directors and others to avoid duplications of effort or contradictions.
  • Maintaining the documentation repository of newly created or revised reports, minutes, plans, etc., to assure a complete project record.
  • Obtaining needed reviews and approvals for the timely dissemination of newly created or revised documents to the appropriate audiences.
  • Monitoring compliance with policies, grant terms, procedures and guidelines of the various federal and state agencies.
  • Becoming familiar with multiple topics as needed by reading and using computer based products to gather and research technical information for use in complex documentation.


  • Masters or Bachelors degree in Transportation Planning or related field.
  • At least four years (six years with a Bachelors degree) of specialized experience that is related to the responsibilities described.
  • Excellent writing and verbal skills and full mastery of English.
  • AICP Certification is preferred.
  • Extensive knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite is required.

Basic Qualifications

The ideal candidate would possess:

  • Creative problem-solving skills related to gathering relevant information to solve loosely-defined problems.
  • Excellent proofreading and editing skills and attention to detail.
  • Experience working with the transit industry’s writing style such as terminology grammar, sentence form, and structure.
  • The ability to convert technical knowledge into terminology that can be easily understood by a broad and diverse audience.
  • The ability to work independently and be self-motivated, as well as be part of a team.
  • The ability to read and assimilate technical and financial information rapidly and from diverse sources and use it to prepare timely and accurate reports and plans.
  • Good analytical thinking and problem solving skills.
  • The ability to communicate effectively and efficiently by both listening and speaking carefully.
  • Flexibility and the ability to adapt to the changing needs of the position.
  • Superior time management, organization and prioritization skills.
  • Strong interpersonal skills with the ability to build and maintain relationships with project colleagues while insisting on thorough and accurate input from these colleagues at the same time.
  • Knowledge and understanding of the federal government’s regulatory process ideally in the areas of public transportation, New Starts and TIFIA.


An internationally recognized transit vehicle and systems engineering firm, Lea+Elliott is highly regarded for its depth of experience and expertise. We are a specialized group of planners, engineers and architects that work on transit systems around the world.

The position falls under the responsibility of Lea+Elliott’s Eastern Regional Director at the firm’s corporate office at Dulles International Airport, but will report to the project’s FTA Coordination Manager in the project office, located in Herndon, VA.

We are looking for someone who can begin immediately.  Salary is dependent on experience.  Lea+Elliott is an equal opportunity employer.

To apply, please respond to jobopenings@leaelliott.comwith a cover letter and resume.  No phone calls please.

Applications will be accepted through June 26.

Job Alert: Bicycle Program & Transportation Communications Coordinator – Virginia Tech @ Blacksburg, VA

January 27, 2015 at 3:56 pm

Position Summary: The Bicycle Program & Transportation Communications Coordinator will coordinate the bicycle management program on campus, and identify opportunities to enhance bicycle safety initiatives. Based on benchmarking from other universities, recommend new and innovative bicycle programs for the campus community. Engage students and employees in bicycle planning. Serve as alternative transportation representative on university and/or locality committees reviewing bicycle programming and/or safety. Provide GIS data collection and mapping for alternative transportation and other Parking and Transportation units. Coordinate campus notices, news stories and special features for the Alternative Transportation program as well as other Parking and Transportation units for review by the division communication manager.

Required Qualification: Bachelor’s degree in urban planning or public administration or equivalent training and experience. Demonstrated experience with alternative transportation modes (with an emphasis on bicycling). Working knowledge at the proficient level of GIS software, including ArcGIS, to record and analyze data, and make useful maps. Demonstrated experience analyzing and summarizing data in a variety of formats. Excellent customer service skills. Extensive computer experience and proficiency with Microsoft Word and Excel. Experience using illustration and desktop publishing software such as Adobe CS/5. Ability to complete numerous projects and details simultaneously and accurately. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.

Preferred Qualifications: Experience working in university setting. Experience preparing press releases. Experience developing bicycle programs. Experience working with advocacy constituents.

For a complete listing of position qualifications, and to apply, please visit, and search for posting SW0150063. Review of applications will begin 2/09/2015.

Click here to learn more and to apply

Job Alert: Transportation Division Chief – Prince William County @ Woodbridge, VA

December 29, 2014 at 5:05 pm

The Department of Transportation is seeking qualified applicants to perform difficult professional and administrative work involving planning, organizing, administering, and providing technical guidance for major transportation Capital programs, including VDOT and NVTA financed road projects under agreement, utility relocation and right-of-way acquisition.

Work involves:

  • supervising and managing subordinate staff;
  • formulating the Division budget;
  • participate in the development of overall policy for the Transportation Department and in the development and maintenance of the CIP;
  • participating in the development and implementation of County-wide policies and procedures.

Work is performed under the general supervision of the Director of Transportation. Supervision is exercised over subordinate professional and technical staff. Prince William County is an Equal Opportunity Employer and supports workforce diversity.

To apply click on this link

Job Alert: Projects and Policy Manager – Northern Virginia Transportation Commission @ Arlington, VA

December 23, 2014 at 5:58 pm

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The Northern Virginia Transportation Commission seeks a resourceful, transportation professional skilled in bringing teams together across transportation agencies on technology projects and planning efforts. This position will work with NVTC’s jurisdictions which include Arlington, Fairfax, and Loudoun counties and the Cities of Alexandria, Fairfax and Falls Church. Combine your skills in project management and knowledge of policy and planning to support regional efforts to expand capacity, improve connectivity and ensure high quality transit service in Northern Virginia. The Projects and Policy Manager will coordinate a regional working group on the New Electronic Payments Program, other contracts and state and federal grants as well as support regional planning activities.

The position combines planning, coordination and project management of contracts and state and federal grants for six jurisdictions and the region as a whole. Existing projects include bus rapid transit (BRT), Metrorail station improvements, light rail and other multi-modal facilities. The position will develop funding strategies for ongoing and new initiatives as well as preparing all phases of funding applications. The Projects and Policy Manager will facilitate regional working groups, participate in planning activities of other regional working groups, and support the work of Commission. This position reports to the Director of Programs and Policy.
The ideal candidate will have experience with local or state government, project management, and transit and related fields including communications, research & analysis, regional transportation planning, and federal contracts and grants management. This position requires a college degree and at least five years of relevant experience supported with strong references. Excellent written and oral communication, experience in facilitation/meeting management, and skills in spreadsheets and graphics are mandatory.

 Manage New Electronic Payments Program (NEPP) project including:
o Facilitating regional partners working group o Serving as Project Manager for the regional Technical Assistance contract
o Staffing grant applications and procurements
o Serving as the liaison with WMATA and their contractor for NEPP

 Manage other projects, which may include the following:
o Vanpool Alliance Program
o National Transit Database (NTD)

 Represent NVTC on regional studies & with other regional organizations
 Develop partnerships on collaborative research and technology efforts
 Manage and/or provide oversight for approved NVTC contracts
 Identify new projects and develop applications for state/federal funding
 Draft requests for proposals and invitations for bids for new NVTC projects, direct selection and procurement, and manage contractor performance and payments
 Work with the Executive Director and board members on special projects
 Serve as DBE compliance officer
 Prepare informative materials for commissioners, local staff, and regional partners on new and existing NVTC projects including memoranda, web content, and e-newsletter text
 Participate in ongoing strategic planning efforts and organize outreach efforts on behalf of NVTC and regional projects

 Bachelor’s Degree in public administration, planning, transportation, economics, business management, civil engineering, or related field, plus five years of professionally progressive experience with project management in transit, planning, or a related field.
 Demonstrated interest in transit or rail project development, policy, or finance.
 Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
 Experience in meeting management and facilitation.
 Skills in graphics and spreadsheets.

 Advanced degree in economics, public sector management/administration, public policy, planning, technology policy and law or related field;
 Additional work experience beyond the minimum five year requirement;
 Experience with FTA grant and contract requirements highly desirable;
 Experience in writing talking points, preparing presentations, meeting agendas, and drafting reports, analyses, and recommendations for board action and comments to legislative and regulatory agencies;
 Experience with local or state government;
 Experience with developing and making presentations to elected officials, business leaders and community groups;
 Experience in designing and/or conducting community outreach efforts; and
 Experience working closely in a small team environment.

How to Apply
The job will remain open until filled. NVTC is an equal opportunity employer. Please provide a complete resume including your salary history and requirements, as well as a letter describing your qualifications and interest in this specific position. Please describe examples of your relevant experience, include links to or attachments of relevant work product:

Director, Programs and Policy
2300 Wilson Boulevard
Suite 620
Arlington, VA 22201

NVTC has a small staff located in offices in the Court House area of Arlington. NVTC is a leading expert on performance metrics and transit finance, coordinates regional planning studies and evaluations, partners with other regional entities including the Northern Virginia Transportation Authority, the Potomac and Rappahannock Transportation Commission and the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments. NVTC encompasses six cities and counties, Virginia Railway Express (a commuter rail service), six bus systems including MetroBus, Metrorail and the Vanpool Alliance.

Outstanding benefits are provided (life, health, dental, disability insurance; pension; pre-tax child care and medical cafeteria plan; free parking or parking cash-out; tax-free transit benefit). The competitive salary depends on experience and qualifications.

Business hours are 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. Additionally, work hours may vary based on business needs and may include evening and occasional weekend hours as necessary.

Applications will be reviewed on a continuous basis. Interviews will be scheduled with those candidates whose qualifications best fit our needs. The application process will close when the position has been filled or when a sufficient number of qualified applications have been received.

Job Alert: Research Analyst – Mobility Lab @ Arlington, VA

December 22, 2014 at 2:13 pm

Position Title: Research Analyst

Number of Open Positions: One, full-time.

Hiring Organization: Mobility Lab, a program managed by the Destination Sales & Marketing Group, Limited on behalf of Arlington County Commuter Services.

About the Mobility Lab Program

Mobility Lab is a program of Arlington County, Virginia’s transportation demand management bureau, Arlington County Commuter Services (ACCS). The program has four main functions. One is hosting and co-sponsoring events related to transportation demand management (TDM) and transit-oriented development (TOD). The second is sharing news and information about TDM and TOD via the web site. The third is educating policy-makers about TDM.

The Research Analyst will help fulfill Mobility Lab’s fourth function, conducting research. At present, Mobility Lab’s primary research efforts focus on the following four categories:

  1. Evaluation and measurement of other ACCS programs.
  2. Public-opinion and other market research related to transportation.
  3. Fulfilling data and information requests from ACCS programs, as well as groups outside of ACCS and Arlington County government.
  4. Special projects.

Prior Mobility Lab research studies may be viewed at

Since TDM is an inherently public-facing transportation specialty and the companion elements of the Mobility Lab program are oriented towards outreach and communication, the research program must continuously strike a balance between serving the fast-paced, ever-changing needs for information from colleagues, and maintaining high standards of quality for projects that span many months or years. The program must also provide information to ACCS staff that is, technically sound, easy-to-understand, and actionable.

The research program is highly visible and receives considerable scrutiny from within ACCS.

Why are We Hiring for this Position?

The Mobility Lab Research Director and colleagues have identified a need to integrate program-evaluation-and-measurement research functions further into the day-to-day work of ACCS programs.

As one example, Mobility Lab will work with Arlington Transportation Partners (the business-outreach program of ACCS), to measure the impact of new transportation benefits or outreach on mode shift by analyzing small-scale pre- and post-intervention datasets in partnership with ATP staff as they engage employers regarding offering or expanding TDM benefits to their employees.

The research program will also enhance its integration with other ACCS programs by supporting information gathering for those programs. This will include providing regular written and oral synopses of relevant academic and public research to program staff, with key takeaways that the programs can use to enhance their work. The research program will also provide streams of regularly updated market information, such as demographic and transportation-related Census data, news of business relocations, and new residential construction.

In order to fulfill these new functions, Mobility Lab needs to expand its in-house capacity for collecting, analyzing, and synthesizing data and making informed, evidence-based, data-driven recommendations. The Research Analyst will add knowledge of quantitative-research data collection, statistics, and data management.

Adding in-house capacity will complement existing and future research work managed by Mobility Lab but conducted by consulting firms.

The Research Analyst will report directly to the Research Director. The Research Analyst will also interact with other Mobility Lab and ACCS staff.


  • Draft survey questionnaires for approval by Research Director and other stakeholders.
  • Assist with programming and monitoring of internet-based surveys.
  • Analyze survey data using descriptive statistics and significance tests, and compare that data with other spatial and non-spatial data.
  • Summarize and present analysis findings through written, visual, and oral communication.
  • Assist the Research Director and ACCS-program staff with analysis of contact databases, including query and report writing.
  • Track and report on outside research relevant to ACCS programs, as well as employer, labor-market, transportation, and demographic data.
  • Assist in the creation of a database for the collection of performance metrics for ACCS programs. Lead maintenance and updating of the database for reporting to the Commonwealth of Virginia and other stakeholders.
  • Other duties as assigned.


  • Strong critical-thinking ability and capacity to build evidence-based arguments.
  • Excellent analytic and technical skills that support critical thinking and evidence-based arguments.
  • General knowledge of common primary and secondary sources of data, as well as a curiosity for exploring, discovering, and using new sources.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Excellent time management skills.
  • Demonstrated ability to be proactive in identifying and offering solutions to problems.
  • Proficiency with common statistics packages (such as SPSS, SAS, R, or similar), Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, and Microsoft Access.
  • One to three years of professional experience in research analysis.
  • Proficiency with any geographic information systems (GIS) software is strongly preferred.
  • Experience designing and fielding internet-based surveys and analyzing collected data using common statistical tests preferred.
  • Bachelor’s degree in geography, business, public policy, economics, sociology, psychology, computer science, statistics, or urban planning. Candidates with degrees in economics, business, sociology, psychology, computer science, and statistics, must demonstrate an interest in cities, transportation, and/or marketing. 

Salary and Benefits

Salary will be commensurate with experience, but in the range of $50,000 to $65,000 per year.

Participation in DS&MG’s 401(k) plan, health insurance (including dental and vision), short- and long-term disability, as well as direct payment of transit/vanpool costs up to $130 per month (up to $1,560 per year) OR bike-commuting costs at $20 per month ($240 per year), and payment of annual Capital Bikeshare membership fees ($75 per year). A “compressed” work schedule that allows employees to take every-other Friday as a day off after six months of employment per supervisor approval. Total paid time off for vacation and illness of 128 hours (16 days) per year. An additional 10 paid holidays per year.

Note that this is not a position with Arlington County Government.

To Apply

Please send a letter of introduction, resume, three professional or academic references, and one writing sample that demonstrates your ability to communicate quantitative information. One sample of any work that demonstrates your ability to communicate quantitative information through visuals is also welcome, though not required.

Send materials in PDF format to Please include the phrase “Mobility Lab Research Analyst” in the Subject line. No phone calls please.

Job Alert: Transportation Demand Management  Program Field Coordinator – Arlington County Commuter Services (ACCS)

July 29, 2014 at 7:10 pm
Position Description
Arlington County Commuter Services (ACCS) is seeking an energetic, self-starter to join our team as a full-time (40 hours) contractor at our Arlington County, Virginia (Courthouse Metro) office as part of a dynamic and innovative Transportation Demand Management program for Arlington County Commuter Services, whose mission is to make it easy for people to use transportation options such as public transportation, biking, walking and sharing-the-ride. The candidate will be directly employed by The Destination Sales & Marketing Group, Ltd., that has provided contract employees to ACCS since 1998.The candidate will join the Transportation Demand Management (TDM) for Site Plan Development Team within ACCS and be responsible for supporting the TDM Planner in outreach and enforcement efforts with the development community. A significant portion of the work will be in the field each day working with members of the public and being a “face” of Arlington County.

The candidate will be responsible for the following duties:
• Annual on-site visits with building managers to understand and support the implementation of their Transportation Demand Management Plans (TDM plans)
• Inspection of buildings for TDM Plan infrastructure requirements
• Active coordination with Arlington Transportation Partners staff to ensure each building manager gets the technical and educational assistance they need for their TDM program to be successful
• Bookkeeping, including use of QuickBooks for invoicing and processing receivables
• General support of the transportation performance monitoring process for site plan and special use permit developments

Tasks necessary to meet responsibilities:
• Maintaining and updating tracking systems and databases
• Researching information on-line
• Drafting and editing documents
• Managing both electronic and hard copy filing systems
• Phone and in-person technical assistance

Necessary qualifications:
• Individual initiative; self-starter
• Outgoing
• Detail-oriented
• Team player
• Organized, efficient and able to multitask
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills for diverse contexts, audiences
• Proficiency in MS Office (Word, Outlook, Excel, PowerPoint, Access)

Desirable qualifications:
• Administrative support experience
• Local government experience
• Customer service experience
• Familiarity/competence with QuickBooks
• Interest in sustainable development and transportation
• Looking for long-term employment

About Arlington County Commuter Services and TDM
Arlington County Commuter Services (ACCS) is the Transportation Demand Management (TDM) agency of Arlington County, Virginia. Transportation Demand Management for Site Plan Development is an ACCS program that coordinates the design and implementation of large building projects with commuter and transit infrastructure and services to enhance the mobility of residents, workers, and visitors. Consistent with the vision and mission of ACCS, TDM for Site Plans works directly with developers and property managers to mitigate the transportation impacts of residential and commercial development by increasing the availability, awareness, and use of transit, ridesharing, carsharing, biking, bikesharing, and walking.

Excellent benefits, generous leave, 401K plan, flextime, transit benefits
Salary negotiable based on experience between $42-45K
E-mail resume and cover letter in PDF format
Use “Program Field Coordinator -0811” as the subject line.

Closing Date: Monday August 11, 2014

Job(s) Alert: Two Senior Transportation Planner Positions – Department of Transportation @ Loudoun County, Virginia

February 1, 2014 at 11:30 am
Loudoun County, VA, Department of Transportation (DTCI) is hiring for two Senior Transportation Planner positions, each with its own focus area: 1) travel demand modeling, and 2) scope/review traffic studies.  Job postings close on February 7.
Loudoun County is the fastest growing county in the USA and the Board of Supervisors have made transportation funding one of the highest priorities for the County. There is a great team in place at DTCI that you would be joining and there are many interesting and challenging transportation/land development projects coming up in 2014.
If you have any questions about the positions or Loudoun County in general, please feel free to email

Job Alert: Transportation Planner II – AECOM @ Arlington, VA

September 18, 2013 at 6:06 pm

AECOM Transportation is hiring a Planner II to work in its Arlington, VA office on transit and rail planning projects. Interested candidates can find a full job description and can apply at: , requisition #91326BR

The Planner II position is a mid-level position associated with technical work and task management for mass transit and rail-related projects. The successful candidate will be based in AECOM’s Arlington, Virginia office where the multi-disciplinary planning team is working for a range of respected clients on projects that are shaping the transportation and land use future of the Washington, DC region. Current projects include: transit corridor studies, environmental assessments and impact statements, streetcar and light rail program development, transit station and facility planning and design, major investment studies, regional system planning and related studies, bus and bus rapid transit service implementation, public engagement programs, and other project assignments.

Click here to apply.

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