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AMY SMITH
123 Main Street Atlanta, Georgia 30339
Home: (555) 555-1234, Cell: (555) 555-1235 asmith@sample~resume.com


Objective:   Seek the Position of Transportation Planner

SUMMARY:   Exceptionally knowledgeable, creative and detail-oriented Transportation Planner with more than eight years experience in evaluating existing and future transportation corridors for facility and capacity improvements as part of the continuing, coordinated, and comprehensive transportation planning program in Rainbow County; assisting in the development and maintenance of the Metropolitan Transportation Plan, Transportation Improvement Program, and providing staff support to various advisory committees.

Summary of Qualifications
  • Exceptional knowledge of methods, principles, procedures, objectives, and standard practices of the transportation planning process.
  • Great knowledge of research methods and statistics.
  • Remarkable knowledge of computer applications and methodologies related to transportation and transit planning.
  • Exceptional knowledge of applicable federal, state, county, and local statues and codes governing transportation planning and transit operations, including bicycle and pedestrian issues.
  • Profound ability to follow written and oral instructions.
  • Immense ability to read and interpret technical and operational documents, maps, and diagrams.
  • Strong ability to perform research and analysis.
  • Uncommon ability to operate a motor vehicle.
  • In-depth ability to prepare and present oral and written reports, graphic presentations, and technical reports and maintain system operational, activity, and performance records.
  • Remarkable ability to operate standard office equipment including a personal computer using program applications appropriate to assigned duties.
  • Exceptional ability to communicate effectively with the public and other employees.

Professional Experience

Rainbow Transit Inc., Minneapolis
2002 - Present

Transportation Planner
  • Coordinate long-range corridor development plans with City, County, Federal, State, and public transportation agencies.
  • Conduct in-depth evaluations of demand management options on existing corridors, as well as conceptual and pre-design studies on proposed new corridors.
  • Evaluate and utilize traffic and vehicle classification counts for projects being undertaken as part of the regional transportation planning program.
  • Coordinate conceptual design studies with City, County, and State Engineering and Planning departments.
  • Plan an agreed amount of resource (driver, vehicle and equipment), ensuring all legal constraints are adhered to.
  • Ensure all data is collated correctly with regards to: Booking on and off procedures, Delivery Confirmation, Start/finish times, In and Out times, Start/finish mileage, Trailer number, Night out locations, Non-conformance issues, Breaks/POA (WTD), All resource allocated.
  • Ensure the daily plan is completed in real time by managing resource effectively, maximizing utilization whilst minimizing cost.
  • Provide regular communication with other departments within the business ensuring a high level of customer service is achieved.
  • Improve and maintain agreed customer and business KPI targets.
  • Adhere to vehicle service and defect processes.
  • Ensure that Company and 3rd party policies and legal requirements are adhered to at all times in order to protect employee safety and the reputation of the company.

Rainbow Transit Inc., Minneapolis
2000 - 2002

Assistant Transportation Planner
  • Assisted in the written preparation and production of elements of transportation planning for presentation to neighborhood groups, advisory task force committees, and City Council.
  • Interpreted and explained planning policies and applications to the general public, public works community, and City officials.
  • Assisted in the preparation of specific area plans, neighborhood plans, and major street corridor plans.
  • Compiled and maintained transit statistics, financial documents, and demographic information for use by City staff, City boards and commissions, and the general public.
  • Gathered, analyzed and presented data in the form of written graphic or oral reports for use by City staff, Public Works Committee and City Council.
  • Performed specific research, planning and technical analysis for various transportation and transit related projects.
  • Provided information to developers, engineers, architects and the general public on the City's transportation, transit and bicycle plans, policies and procedures.
  • Monitored operating contracts and responds to customer service and operational issues related to the City's fixed route transit and dial-a-ride programs.
  • Managed various trip reduction programs.
  • Assisted in various evening and weekend public information functions.
  • Worked in a safe manner and reported unsafe activity and conditions.
  • Followed City-wide safety policy and practices and adhered to responsibilities concerning safety prevention, reporting and monitoring as outlined in the City's Safety Handbook.

Rainbow Transit Inc., Minneapolis
1998 - 2000

Transportation Planner Intern (under supervision)
  • Designed, interpreted and presented transport and travel surveys.
  • Wrote clear reports and presented options and recommendations to clients.
  • Used statistical analysis to interrogate travel data and accident records.
  • Developed options for testing as potential solutions to transport problems.
  • Used mathematical and computer simulation models to forecast the effects of different road improvements, policy changes and public transport schemes.
  • Evaluated the benefits and costs of different scheme options or strategies.
  • Participated in public consultation initiatives, including designing leaflets and questionnaires and attending scheme exhibitions.
  • Managed studies and projects, often within tight time and budget limits.
  • Assessed the transport effects and infrastructure requirements (access, car parking, bus stops, cycle parking, etc) of new developments to support planning applications and to inform local authority development plans.
  • Liaised and negotiated with different parties, e.g. planning and highways authorities, residents' groups, councilors/politicians, developers, transport providers, etc.
  • Developed the initial design ideas for new or improved transport infrastructure, such as junction improvements, pedestrian priority schemes, bus interchange and bus priority facilities, car parking areas, etc.

Education

Bachelor's Degree in Transportation
University of New York (1998)




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