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Communications Associate, Tri-State Transportation Campaign, New York, NY
The communications associate will manage TSTC's web site, blog, and e-action campaigns. Responsibilites include writing and editing news and opinion articles for Mobilizing the Region (blog.tstc.org), drafting press releases and public testimony, conducting media outreach, and participating in advocacy campaigns.

Coalition Director, Transportation for Massachusetts, Boston, MA
T4MA seeks a seasoned leader to coordinate the Coalition’s work to achieve a more sustainable and equitable transportation system. The Coalition Director will be expected to build productive relationships with a range of actors at the local and state levels, and work within the Coalition structure to capitalize on opportunities, mobilize effectively, and build internal and external support.

Transportation Data Analyst, NextBus, Emeryville, CA
The Transportation Data Analyst is responsible for data acquisition, analysis, processing, and integration of various transit data types and formats into the NextBus Data Model.

Communications Coordinator, America Bikes, Washington, DC
America Bikes is seeking a Communications Coordinator to raise the profile of our work and help promote bicycling and walking in the federal transportation bill.

Senior Director of Programs, Rails-to-Trails Conservancy
Rails-to-Trails Conservancy, a national environmental nonprofit organization is seeking a Senior Director of Programs for the national office.

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