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Integrated Corridor Management Manager

Job Title:

Integrated Corridor Management Manager

Job Category:




☐Systems and Data Management

Minimum Years of Experience/Position Level:

5-10 Years/Mid-Level

Applicable to:






☒Toll Agency

General Summary of Position / Purpose of Position

The Integrated Corridor Management Manager is responsible for better leveraging underutilized capacity in the form of parallel roadways, single-occupant vehicles, and transit services to improve person throughput and reduce congestion.  The purpose of this role is to manage corridors as a multimodal system and make operational decisions for the benefit of the corridor as a whole.  The overall vision is that the Integrated Corridor Management Manager realizes significant improvements in the efficient movement of people and goods through institutional collaboration and aggressive, proactive integration of existing infrastructure along major corridors.  The Integrated Corridor Management Manager will enable new approaches to solving traffic/transportation problems to improve safety, efficiency and quality of life in our community.

Roles and Responsibilities

1.0 Technical

% of Time

  1. Support the development, deployment and operations of an Integrated Corridor Management (ICM)System, including at least a data fusion environment, a decision support system, and an information exchange network.
  2. Develop and update Standard Operating Guidelines (SOGs) to support ICM operations.
  3. Oversee day-to-day operations of the ICM Program.
  4. Analyze incident data and corresponding traffic impacts to formulate enhancements to the ICM operations.
  5. Utilize the ICMS on a regular basis to calculate performance measures utilizing models and collected data.
  6. Implement response plans and update as needed.
  7. Participate on committees, task teams and in other groups as needed.
  8. Oversee and lead team / group activity, documenting results and related presentations as necessary.
  9. Act as a technical advisor on the use of traffic engineering, tolling and intelligent transportation system data, standards, policies and best practices to other departments, local governments, and agencies.


2.0 Customer Service

% of Time

  1. Work with partner agencies to include them in ICM operations.
  2. Participate in meetings, on committees, task teams and other groups with internal and external customers to support TSMO interests and provide technical guidance related to traffic data/analysis.
  3. Provide accurate and timely responses to the public, contractors, and other department personnel.
  4. Promote good public relations with internal and external stakeholders while adhering to internal policies.
  5. Communicate effectively (strong written and verbal communication skills) and work well with team members from diverse technical backgrounds.
  6. Work in unison with partner agencies to develop response plans.


3.0 Project Management

% of Time

  1. Develop and manage ICM consultant contracts and other types of agreements that support TSMO functions and/or relate to ICM.
  2. Develop documentation for ICM in contract funding, request for proposal (RFP) and related documents, and participate on technical review committees (TRC).


4.0 Strategic Planning

% of Time

  1. Develop and implement ICM aspects of TSMO business and related plans to guide resource allocation and achieve unit performance targets.
  2. Collaborate with others in plan development, reporting plan results, linking performance targets to specific, measurable, achievable, relevant, time-bound, (SMART) objectives in staff expectations, identifying and making resource recommendations.
  3. Develop data-driven support to ensure funding and resources are utilized in the most cost effective and beneficial manner.
  4. Ensure the most current program elements, performance measures and functions are being implemented based on state of the art in traffic data science/management.


5.0 Other

% of Time

  1. Perform other duties as required.



☐High School Degree

☐Technical Degree/Associate Degree

☐Bachelor’s Degree in Related Field

☒Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering

☐Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science

☐Bachelor’s Degree in Business

☐Bachelor’s Degree in Environmental Science

☐Bachelor’s Degree in Science, Economics, Statistics, or another Quantitative Field

☒Master’s Degree in Engineering

☐Master’s Degree in Engineering (preferred but not required)

☐Master’s Degree in Quantitative Field (preferred but not required)

☐PhD in Civil Engineering, Transportation Engineering, Electrical or Computer Engineering, Computer Science, or related field (preferred but not required)

Certificates, Licenses, Registrations

☐Registered Engineer in Training

☒Registered Professional Engineer

☒Professional Traffic Operations Engineer preferred

☐Certified Information Systems Security Professional