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No. The Transportation Program Manager only manages an annual work program budget for regional planning work. The Transportation Program Manager also manages coordination with the state and federal government when a capital project is slated to receive state or federal aid funding support.
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The Transportation Program Manager is an employee of the regional body—the Nantucket Planning and Economic Development Commission—rather than the Town of Nantucket; however, the Transportation Program Manager coordinates with the town frequently, providing technical assistance for capital projects, studies, and other transportation needs. Due to the unique relationship between the town and the region, the Transportation Program Manager position is paid for by the town, but direct salary costs are reimbursed by the federal government with the state functioning as a pass-through.
While the Transportation Program Manager coordinates regularly with Town’s Department of Public Works, the Transportation Program Manager is not directly involved with town maintenance operations, nor does s/he manage budgets related to the DPW’s work. Creating a service ticket is the most efficient way to address maintenance needs: service ticket.