February 4, 2011
The states that created the most jobs invested in public transportation projects and projects that maintained and repaired existing roads and bridges. The states that ranked poorly predominantly spent their funds building new roads and bridges.
October 31, 2008
The Careers in Transportation Day program featured presentations from various speakers on each aspect of the transportation industry and a tour of an OCTA bus base that covered the maintenance training program, facilities maintenance and bus operations.
October 27, 2008
Responsibilities include providing leadership and direction to staff, scheduling, training, hiring, payroll processing, performance management, vehicle maintenance and ensuring accordance with DOT regulations.
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