Traffic Operations Corridor Manager

Sanford, FL, USA Req #44
Friday, January 15, 2021
The Traffic Operations Corridor Manager identifies operational concerns that are affecting traffic flow and initiates the implementation of strategies to eliminate or mitigate those concerns.  Traffic Operations  Corridor Managers are signal timing specialists who are experienced in the field of arterial traffic operations and are extremely familiar with the traffic operations along the program corridors.
  • Ensure that critical State Road arterial corridors are being operated at a high level of efficiency and effectiveness by establishing baseline conditions for each corridor, identifying any deficiencies, monitoring the corridor on a regular basis to identify any degradation of the corridor requiring corrective action, and then initiating such corrective action.
  • Provide signal timing plan development/refinement following maintaining agency protocol and practice and development/refinement of special event timing plans to be implemented as part of active arterial management.
  • Focus on daily operations of multiple arterial roadways to which he/she is assigned
  • Use all available platforms (ATMS, travel time, ATSPM, CMS, etc.) to analyze and adjust signal operations to obtain maximum throughput and provide safe, reliable and efficient arterial operations
  • Report directly to the Arterial Engineer and coordinate with Integrated Corridor Management (ICM) Operators; spend majority of time at the Regional Traffic Management Center (RTMC) and liaise with maintaining agency contacts
  • Assist in the coordination of AAM/TMC activities by assisting in the management of responses to disasters and high-profile special events, accommodating the data needs of special agencies and third parties, etc. 

Qualifications Required:
  • 2 years' experience in traffic signal systems and traffic engineering principles
  • Bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering or related field (consideration will be given for equivalent experience)
  • IMSA Traffic Signal Field Technician Level II (or obtain within 6 months)
  • Knowledge of and ability to operate Synchro and Tru-Traffic software programs  
Qualifications Desired:
  • Traffic Management Center (TMC) operations
  • FDOT District 5 arterial corridors knowledge
  • IMSA Traffic Signals Level II 
  • Practical knowledge of ATMS platforms and traffic signal controllers  

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Other details

  • Job Function RTMC
  • Pay Type Salary
  • Sanford, FL, USA