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The duties of the Chief of Transportation are to supervise five transportation planners and administration of the re-engineering process, as it pertains to York County. Oversees the engineering efforts and coordinates the efforts in the area of transportation planning and subdivision reviews. Provides technical assistance, agency coordination and provides data collection efforts to support various State highway, rail, air and transit projects County-wide. Also prepares the yearly Unified Planning Work Program (UPWP), budget and task assignments.
The duties of this position are to assist the Chief in all matters relating to the UPWP and oversee the land development and subdivision review process. In addition, the senior planner is the lead in all matters pertaining to Highway Occupancy Permitting throughout the County.
Planners I & II:
The duties of this position are to assist in the development of the UPWP. Within the UPWP there are many tasks. Associated with each task is a deadline and a product. The Transportation Planners assist in the preparation of all highway and transit planning efforts in support of the state-wide transportation planning effort. These planners also assist the Chief in matters relating to traffic engineering studies to support the proper documentation to install regulatory and warning signs, such as speed limits, stop signs, parking restrictions and other special studies. These studies can include school zones, air quality conformity and public involvement issues. They also prepare planning assignments required in the York Area Metropolitan Planning Organization (YAMPO).
The duties of this position are of a technical nature. This member is responsible for the administration of the County Highway Performance Monitoring System, and the Traffic Monitoring System for highways. (HPMS). In addition, the technician assists other members of the department and all issues relating to traffic planning and engineering. This position also participates in the projects needs studies by collecting field data to support the County-wide efforts and performs reviews of the federal functional classification system for highways, Federal Aid and National System.