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Assistant Director for Street Management, City of Cambridge, Massachusetts
The Department is seeking to hire a highly motivated individual to direct the Street Management Division, which is responsible for both day-to-day street operations and forward looking planning and engineering improvements, in a manner that creates a more multimodal, efficient, and equitable transportation system.

Brooklyn Community Organizer, Transportation Alternatives, NYC
TA is seeking a self-motivated and energetic person to support the Brooklyn Transportation Alternatives Activist Committee and coordinate campaigns that will make Brooklyn’s streets safer and more accessible for people to walk, ride bikes and take public transportation.

Safety Education Outreach Coordinator (Middle), NYC DOT
Serves as a traffic safety outreach program coordinator/educator, conducting Vision Zero traffic safety educational outreach to eliminate traffic fatalities and injuries; provides presentations and other outreach to middle and high school students and to other age groups at schools, senior centers, community centers and other locations across the five boroughs, including NYCDOT Safety City facilities.

Safety Education Outreach Coordinator (Elementary), NYC DOT
Serves as a traffic safety outreach program coordinator/educator, conducting Vision Zero traffic safety educational outreach to eliminate traffic fatalities and injuries; provides presentations and other outreach to elementary school students and to other age groups at schools, senior centers, community centers and other locations across the five boroughs, including NYCDOT Safety City facilities.

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