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Senior Director of Programs, Rails-to-Trails Conservancy
Rails-to-Trails Conservancy, a national environmental nonprofit organization is seeking a Senior Director of Programs for the national office.

Executive Director, Transport for NOLA, New Orleans, LA
Transport for NOLA is the first alternative transportation education and advocacy group of its kind in the State of Louisiana. We seek to promote transit that is connected to New Orleanians’ daily lives and already have the largest online and Twitter followings around City transportation issues.

Active Transportation Planner, San Diego Association of Governments
The Active Transportation Planner will work with a broad cross-section of disciplines including transportation demand management (TDM) and engineering and construction teams to coordinate projects, programs, and studies related to the development and implementation of active transportation planning initiatives.

5298 Planner III-Environmental Project Manager, San Francisco Public Utilities Commission
The Environmental Project Manager Planner III is responsible for environmental planning and review for compliance with the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA).

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