Join us Friday, September 9th at 7:30 am as Trinity Scott : Department Head Transportation Management Services Dept will be joining us for breakfast.
Trinity will share the plans to fix the roadway congestions, provide timelines and show where the next bumps in the road will happen.
You’ll see some very unique solutions that will leave you thinking, wow.
Trinity Scott, Department Head
Transportation Management Services
Department Head Trinity Scott and her staff are responsible for the Transportation Management Services Dept. The Transportation Management Services Department includes maintenance, municipal services taxing units, operations, airports, project management and development and execution of the Capital Improvement Program. The Department includes five divisions: Capital Project Planning, Impact Fees & Program Management; Operations Support, Public Transit & Neighborhood Enhancement; Road Maintenance; and Transportation Engineering & Construction Management. These divisions manage a diverse portfolio of essential countywide capital projects, including bridge replacements, repair, and additions, new traffic signal installations and upgrades; right-of-way acquisitions; stormwater control structures and conveyance systems; beach erosion control and inlet management projects, and airport capital improvements. In addition, the Division staff are responsible for operations and maintenance of a multitude of assets, including operating three airports, fixed route and paratransit bus systems, landscape medians, and street lighting. Funding sources for the programs include impact fees, gas tax, general funds, airport user fees, ad valorem taxes, and grants.
Trinity was appointed to the position of Deputy Department Head in May 2021 and appointed to Department Head in February 2022, after serving as Transportation Planning Manager since April 2015. While in that position her and her staff spearheaded a grant application which secured over $13M of federal discretionary Transportation Investment Generating Economic Recovery (TIGER) funding for multi-modal improvements in Immokalee.
Trinity accepted the position of Transportation Planning Manager in April 2015 after serving as the Collier Area Transit (CAT) Manager since November of 2012. While in that position she received the 2014 Transit System of the Year Award by the Florida Public Transit Association. Prior to that position Trinity worked in a variety of Collier County, Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) and private sector positions in the transportation field including FDOT District One Community Liaison which included coordination with six southwest Florida counties (Glades, Hendry, Desoto, Charlotte, Lee & Collier), Collier County Transportation Engineering Project Manager handling bicycle/pedestrian project planning, design and construction and planning technician positions with CH2MHill, RWA, Inc. and Collier County Transportation Development Review.
Trinity is a Certified Public Transit Manager through the University of South Florida, a Certified Intermodal Transportation & Logistics Manager from Florida Southwestern State College (FSW) received an Associates in Arts degree from FSW and is currently pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in Management & Supervision from FSW.