Transit Scheduler


Pay Range: $50,000-58,000

Job Responsibilities:

• Responsible for evaluating data and making adjustments to schedules to improve efficiency, effective and equity of schedules.

• Uses Hastus scheduling software to define routes, assign bus stops, develop blocks, develop runcuts and rosters in accordance with transit service standards and collective bargaining agreement

• Interacts with bus operators, operations supervisors, customer care representatives, and the general public to obtain data necessary to perform schedule analysis.

• Uses available technology such as Automatic Vehicle Location (AVL) and Automatic Passenger Counters (APCs) to monitor schedule adherence, ridership, and other metrics.

• Collaborates with Operations team members for operator manpower projections.

• Formulates runcutting alternatives, evaluates and ranks the alternatives, and recommends preferred alternatives.

• Prepares written evaluations of proposed schedule changes and makes field investigations.

• Coordinates and distributes internal scheduling documents, including block books, runs and trippers sheets, time tables, route descriptions, and departure boards. Prepares new scheduling documents in response to changes in the operating environment.

• Reviews draft public schedules for errors prior to final publication.

• Serves as point of contact to address stakeholder concerns with scheduling and operations software with provider.

• Provides data to planners for Title VI analysis for major service changes in accordance with METRO policy.

• Supply exact data service reports and completes the annual National Transit Database submission.

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