The Pedestrian Mobility Coordinator serves as the initial point of contact regarding active transportation issues, assesses bicycle and pedestrian needs by compiling and analyzing data and coordinating active transportation planning activities, and promote bicycle and pedestrian mobility and safety for all residents. The Coordinator also installs and removes bicycle and pedestrian counters as required, downloads and analyzes data obtained from bicycle and pedestrian counters, collaborates with planners to review projects for active transportation considerations. The position also includes recommending policies and programs to promote and enhance active transportation, planning, organizing, coordinating and participating in the development, administration, and evaluation of various mobility programs. Finally, Pedestrian Mobility Coordinators communicate orally and in writing about active transportation needs, concerns and resources, maintain cooperative working relationships with public agencies, and coordinate bicycle and pedestrian safety program activities with those of other departments and outside agencies and organizations, and prepare and distribute educational information and promotional activities to the public.
Bachelor's degree in Urban Studies or Urban Planning
Transportation Mobility Coordinator
Transportation Mobility Coordinators promote the enhancement and facilitation of access to transportation services, including the integration and coordination of services with all agencies. Coordinators also support state and local coordination planning and policy bodies such as regional partnering agencies and funding partners. This position includes the development of coordinated transit services as appropriate, within the region and supporting operational planning for the acquisition and implementation of ITS technologies to help plan and operate coordinated systems. Lastly, Transportation Mobility Coordinators gather and analyze data to evaluate intermodal transportation service options for persons with disabilities, the elderly and others who are transportation disadvantaged to design the most efficient and cost effective option possible.