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Now Hiring Program Manager

Program Manager   View complete job description   Truckee North Tahoe Transportation Management Association (TNT/TMA) seeks (F/T Exempt) Program Manager to join non-profit membership organization with mission to advocate and facilitate transportation solutions in the region. Candidates must have experience in organizational and task management to plan, execute and manage tasks for multiple programs including contract management of airport shuttle program. Budgeting skills, knowledge of transit marketing and operations, membership development, and retention. Experience using information management tools, including Microsoft Office. Excellent oral and written communications skills. Knowledge or experience working for a Board of Directors. Bachelor’s degree or equivalent combination of education and experience. Salary range: $58k – $60K annually.  Benefits and PTO. EOE. Please provide a cover letter and resume by January 21st, 2022 to [email protected]  No phone calls,...
Truckee North Tahoe Transportation Management Association Celebrates 30th Anniversary

Truckee North Tahoe Transportation Management Association Celebrates 30th Anniversary

The Truckee North Tahoe Transportation Management Association (TNT/TMA) hosted a 30th Anniversary Celebration on November 4th, 2021 at the Plaza Bar at Palisades Tahoe. Event attendees included local transportation partners, elected officials and TNT/TMA members, board members, and staff. The event program celebrated the organization’s efforts, since 1990, to foster public-private partnerships and resources for advocacy and to promote innovative solutions to the unique transportation challenges of the North Lake Tahoe-Truckee Resort Triangle.  Board Chair, Dan Wilkins opened the program, inviting Steve Teshara, of Sustainable Community Advocates and a founding TNT/TMA Board member, to share the history of the TNT/TMA. This was followed by brief remarks by Placer County Supervisor Cindy Gustafson, who served as the organization’s second Executive Director. The awards presentation portion of the event recognized transportation projects and individuals who have advanced transportation in the region. The award categories included: Member Recognition- Innovative Funding Mechanisms, Regional Trails Implementation, Innovative Transit Project: Micro-Transit, Transportation Corridor Enhancement, and the Chip Matcham Dedication Award. The award recipients by category include: Member Recognition – Innovative Funding Mechanisms: TBID Passage – Placer County/North Lake Tahoe Resort Association Truckee Community Facilities Districts Implementation – Town of Truckee Funding Support for Regional Transit – Truckee Tahoe Airport District Micro-Transit Demonstration Project – Incline Village Crystal Bay Visitors Bureau Regional Trails Implementation: East Shore and Sugar Pine to Meeks Bay Trail Construction – Tahoe Transportation District  Innovative Transit Project: Micro-Transit: Downtowner Transportation Corridor Enhancement: Highway 89 Realignment Project – Tahoe Transportation District/Placer County Chip Matcham Dedication Award: Gordon Shaw   The celebration concluded with a farewell to Christine Maley-Grubl, the organization’s Executive Director, who...

Fall Newsletter

Photo Credit Ryan Salm Photography THE NORTH LAKE TAHOE REGION OFFERS FREE AND EASY WAYS TO USE FALL TRANSIT SERVICESFree transit options are available this fall for residents and visitors to enjoy the North Lake Tahoe region without a car. LAKE TAHOE-TRUCKEE, Calif/Nev. (September 3, 2021) Fall is here, and once it is safe for all to travel, both Truckee and the North Lake Tahoe region offer transit options to leave the car behind and leave the driving to us. The North Lake Tahoe region offers free transportation choices to connect you to your outdoor activities and to local businesses for shopping, dining and more in the North Lake Tahoe area and in Truckee. Tahoe Truckee Area Regional Transit (TART) is pleased to announce the continuation of the popular TART Connect, the free, micro-transit service that was launched during the summer and will now continue to operate during the fall season providing convenient night service. The Fall service will again operate within three zones, the first two funded by Placer County, will include some added destinations within each zone. Zone 1 includes: Squaw Valley, Tahoe City, West Shore, Dollar Hill; Zone 2: includes: Northstar, Kings Beach, Tahoe Vista, Carnelian Bay, Crystal Bay. Connections between these zones will be made in Dollar Hill. Zone 3, which is funded by the Incline Village Crystal Bay Visitors Bureau, will operate again this fall in Incline Village and Crystal Bay. For those interested in travelling between zones, Zone 1 and Zone 2 will connect at Dollar Hill and Zone 2 and Zone 3 will connect at Stateline/Crystal Bay. TART Connect users can download the TART Connect app and...