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Welcome to Portland Streetcar
PORTLAND STREETCAR, INC IS HIRING A NEW EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
The Portland Streetcar, Inc. Board of Directors is searching for their first fully–dedicated, full–time Executive Director. The PSI Board of Directors is interested in qualified candidates for Executive Director for PSI to help facilitate the Streetcar's continued success and growth in Portland.
The Executive Director reports to the Board of Directors and will be responsible for leading and managing PSI's development and operations. This seasoned professional will be instrumental in employing a "Customer First" approach to managing PSI while demonstrating the capabilities to oversee finance, operation, board development/engagement, and importantly, the key regional partnerships that include TriMet and the City of Portland. This is an excellent opportunity for an experienced transit and/or not-for-profit leader/administrator to use excellend relationship building skills to work closely and creatively with diverse stakeholders.
Please contact Melissa Ulum for further information or to apply. Melissa@MSSsearch.com
NOW AVAILABLE -
PORTLAND STREETCAR MOBILE TICKETS!
Riders are now able to download the free PDX Streetcar mobile ticketing app from the Apple and Google app stores and begin using mobile tickets on Portland Streetcar! The app can be found by searching for PDX Streetcar. Download, buy your ticket and hop on board!
Our mobile ticket app is easy to use, secure, and convenient. Purchase tickets for immediate use or hold onto them for another time. You can also purchase tickets for multiple riders with one phone!
Thank you for riding Portland Streetcar!
"When I Ride" - Safety Video
Safety is our number one priority at Portland Streetcar. That’s why we’re excited to release our new safety video as part of the grand opening of the Central Loop extension to OMSI. The video was a collaboration of transportation and safety advocates who wanted to tell Portlanders how to not only navigate around streetcar tracks safely, but to also become more aware of their surrounding as they navigate the city by foot, in a car, on bike and using transit. Gerik Kransky of the Bicycle Transportation Alliance was kind enough to lend his face and voice to the project. You’ll see many situations on city streets presented in an easy-to-understand way and learn what we think is the safest way to get around. Please take a few minutes and view the video. We think you’ll not only enjoy its production value, but also learn practical and valuable safety lessons that will come in handy throughout your day.