The Transportation Planning and Development Division will lead the development of the County’s Capacity Expansion Program to address future growth demands and manage the current impacts on the network through the application of appropriate Corridor Management techniques. The development and delivery of Active Transportation programs and related infrastructure is a core responsibility of this Division. Additional activities support the Department’s Asset Management Plans and the County’s role in regional development
With responsibility for over 1,500 lane kilometers of County road network, working with other local, provincial and federal counterparts is key. You are a leading member of the Infrastructure Services department, with a budget of over $55MM and over 50 employees.
Salary: $95,245 to $116,934 per annum
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