Working with VCTC

Requests for Proposal

The Ventura County Transportation Commission (VCTC) is soliciting proposals from qualified consulting firms to develop a focused travel demand forecasting model for Ventura County.  As part of the six county southern California region, the Ventura County Traffic Model (VCTM) is required to be consistent with the Southern California Association of Governments’ (SCAG) travel demand model and the will have a 2012 base year and a 2040 forecast year.  All questions should be submitted in writing to Steve DeGeorge, Director of Planning at: sdegeorge@goventura.org
 

The Ventura County Transportation Commission (VCTC) is seeking qualified professionals to complete a revision/update to the April 2007 Human Service Transportation and Transit Service Coordination Study (2007 Study can be viewed at http://www.goventura.org/ventura-countycoordinated-public-transit-human-services-transportation-plan. The update will be prepared under the direction of VCTC staff with the active involvement of, and consultation with, public, private and nonprofit transportation providers, transportation users and Stakeholders throughout the county. 

Job Opportunities

Ventura County Transportation Commission seeks a Program Manager – Capital Projects, to plan and manage Capital Improvement engineering functions. Incumbent plans, organizes, coordinates, and manages roadway and highway improvement projects; manages the design and construction of Agency projects; performs a variety of transportation-related engineering tasks, which may include supervision of professional staff and engineering consultants, coordination with California Department of Transportation (Caltrans); and does related work as required. This position exercises independent judgment and discretion in formulating, managing, and controlling engineering and project management functions and in strategic planning.