State of Washington Classified Job Specification
TRANSPORTATION PLANNING TECHNICIAN 3
In the office may lead or be responsible for updating, maintaining, assimilating and analyzing roadway geometrics, mileage, road life, accidents, control sections, traffic volumes and characteristics; develop basic input for pavement thickness determination and perform basic traffic analysis for location in design purposes;
Performs other work as required.
Three years as a Transportation Planning Technician 2 or equivalent classification.
An Associate degree in civil engineering technology, surveying, drafting, computer science or other closely related field, or equivalent vocational technical program consisting of at least 1200 instructional hours in the above fields and three years of experience performing basic technical engineering or transportation data collection work equivalent to a TPT 2.
A Bachelor's degree in urban planning, geography, transportation, engineering or computer science.
Experience may substitute year for year for education.
Class Specification History
Revised minimum qualifications: 11-13-00
Revised definition: 9-19-03
Revised new class code: (formerly 67820) effective July 1, 2007