Town of Gilbert has an exciting job opportunity for the Assistant Town Traffic Engineer.
The Assistant Town Traffic Engineer duties include reviewing traffic engineering or transportation elements of development site plans, CIP roadway improvement plans, signing and striping plans and traffic signal plans. Identify issues and provide technical guidance and recommendations to engineers, architects, developers and Town staff. Reviews traffic impact studies for new developments and various other studies related to traffic safety and traffic operations. Provides comments, reviews findings, and prepares recommendation for infrastructure planning needed for traffic signals or capacity addition and other traffic related mitigations. In addition, conducts research, analyze data and provides solutions for sensitive neighborhood traffic issues. Additionally, assist with managing the Town’s computerized traffic control system, assists with Town wide traffic signal timing and conducts various traffic analyses. Assists with monitoring intersections and retiming traffic signals based on congestion, construction activity, citizen’s complaints and special events and provides technical guidance to Town of Gilbert staff. Review and recommend changes to engineering standards, department policies, procedures and standard practices.
First review of applications received will take place on Tuesday, December 3, 2019, second review will be on Tuesday December 17, 2019 and final review will be on December 30, 2019.
City of Mesa Traffic Engineering is inviting applications for an Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) Operations Foreman. The ITS Operations Foreman is distinguished from the ITS Technician II class by the performance of full supervisory responsibility and greater technical knowledge. The incumbent determines equipment needs and orders materials and supplies and has project management and contract administration responsibility. The incumbent researches and composes specifications for ITS equipment and hardware and participates in preparing budget preparation. The ITS Operations Foreman reports to the ITS Operations Supervisor.
The job posted Friday (Oct. 04) and will remain open continuous until enough applications have been received. See the posting here https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/mesaaz/jobs/2584889/intelligent-transportation-systems-its-operations-foreman?page=2&pagetype=jobOpportunitiesJobs
Salary: $57,052.54 – $80,329.60 Annually
Location Mesa, AZ
Job Number 08327
Arizona Sate University (ASU) is hosting Transportation Seminar on Autonomous Vehicles – Industry and Technology Overview sponsored by ITS Arizona.
The seminar will be at the College Avenue Commons (660 S College Ave Tempe AZ 85281) on Wednesday, October 9, 2019 from 1:30 to 2:45 PM. The ASU Transportation Seminar is an interdisciplinary seminar series organized by the ASU Transportation Campaign and TOMNET, a USDOT-Sponsored Tier 1 University Transportation Center led by ASU.
Karl Theisen, Assistant Director of Corporate Engagement, Ira A. Fulton School of Engineering, ASU will lead the seminar. Karl founded the Business Engagement Catalyst, a strategic business unit responsible for connecting local and global industry partners to the vast research, workforce development and student engagement resources of the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering. He currently leads the School’s industry engagement activities for transportation and automated mobility research and program development. He is also ASU’s lead for the Institute of Automated Mobility launched by Arizona’s governor in the Fall of 2018.
The seminar is webcast live to a worldwide audience by ASU Engineering – Global OUtreach and Extended Education. To access the webcast pease visit: http://links.asu.edu/ASU-Transportation-Seminar-live.
The ITS Arizona Annual Conference is almost here!! Don’t forget to register before September 1 to secure the early bird registration fees.
As part of Day 1 of the conference, Traffic Technology Services in cooperation with City of Mesa will host a Connected Vehicle live demonstration.
In 2016, Audi launched the first connected vehicle application through their connectivity service, Audi connect. Traffic Technology Services is the information service provider for the Audi system, providing technology that predicts traffic signal control operations. Participants will experience the first applications: Time-To-Green and Green Light Optimized Speed Advisory.
Participants will drive around the convention center to experience the connected vehicle applications developed by Volkswagen and Audi. The entire demonstration will take 15-20 minutes total to drive through signalized intersections, experience the system, and discuss the technology during the drive. Must have a valid driver’s license and be over 25 years old to participate as a driver in the demonstration.
The demonstration is open to all conference attendees. Registration is required to secure a seat.
For more information and registering for the demonstration, please visit TTS website.