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Bureau Chief -- Transportation, Traffic and Parking, City of Stamford, Connecticut
The City of Stamford is seeking a highly motivated and experienced professional to manage and direct all matters pertaining to the traffic functions of the City, in accordance with the City Charter. The Bureau Chief will be the head of the Transportation, Traffic & Parking Bureau and will be responsible for the analysis, planning, execution and administration of plans and programs for the City’s transportation functions.

Director of Operations, NACTO, NYC
The Director of Operations is responsible for the overall daily operations of the National Association of City Transportation Officials (NACTO), a growing non-profit association of city transportation leaders from around the country. Those with an interest in urban planning and the built environment with experience in operational positions are encouraged to apply.

Designing Cities Fellow, NACTO, NYC
Join the dynamic Designing Cities team at the National Association of City Transportation Officials (NACTO). NACTO, a non-profit association that represents large cities on transportation issues of local and national importance, seeks a recent graduate in the field of city planning, sustainable transportation, architecture, urban design, or public policy for a six-month paid fellowship. The desired candidate is self-motivated with an interest in working directly with city staff around the country on issues of sustainable transportation and major trends in urban planning, design, and policy.

Global Designing Cities Fellow, NACTO, NYC
The National Association of City Transportation Officials (NACTO), a non-profit association which represents large cities on transportation issues of local and national importance, seeks a recent graduate in the field of urban planning, sustainable transportation, architecture, urban design, engineering or public policy for a six-month paid fellowship. The fellow will have the unique opportunity to work on the production of a Global Street Design Guide (to be published in late 2015) as a part of the new Global Designing Cities Initiative.

Queens Organizer, Transportation Alternatives, NYC
We are seeking a self-motivated and energetic person to coordinate campaigns that will make Queens’ streets safer and more accessible for people to walk, ride bikes and take public transportation. Applicants should be familiar with current local politics, have experience in political and/or community organizing and have a strong affinity for the mission of Transportation Alternatives.

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