Transportation Pilot Program Manager Services

Published December 23, 2019 | Human Resources / Assistant Town Manager | Automatically Archived on 2/29/2020

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The communities of Acton, Bolton, Carlisle, Stow, and Sudbury, acting as lead municipality, are seeking Program Manager consultant services for a microtransit pilot which will explore improving transportation services for seniors, people with disabilities, financially vulnerable residents, and veterans. The Program Manager consultant will be responsible for managing the program tasks and subtasks of the pilots for each participating municipality. The consultant will work with the Transportation Pilot Steering Committee and with each individual municipality on items such as rider and trip eligibility, cost sharing arrangements, processes for booking trips, and monitoring the data to ensure the pilot is meeting its goals. The Program Manager consultant will submit reports to the Steering Committee at least quarterly, with updates on deliverables, and a concluding document reflecting pilot program lessons learned. The consultant will undertake sufficient study of ride-hailing, microtransit, and “mobility as a service,” and engage in conversations with individuals who have experience and knowledge to support learning and growth in this area. Experience in and knowledge of public/private transportation is beneficial but not necessary.

A grant funded amount of $45,000 (labor, travel, expenses, etc.) has been allocated for the Program Manager consultant services. For the complete Scope of Services, please click here. Application materials must be submitted via email to  Resumes accepted until filled.

For more information, please contact Adam Duchesneau, Director of Planning & Community Development for the Town of Sudbury, at 978-639-3387 or