Andrew Mitchell Spicer, TMI Research Associate

Andrew Mitchell Spicer

Transit Management and Innovation Research Associate

Email: amspicer@cutr.usf.edu

Phone: (813) 974-1446

Education:

M.S., Information Systems – Enterprise Risk Management, Indiana University
B.S., Informatics, Telecommunications, German, Indiana University

 

Specialties:

Transit Operations Management
Risk and Safety Management
Americans with Disabilities Act
Continuity of Operations Planning
Community Engagement
Quantitative and Qualitative Research Methods
Data Collection and Analysis
Web Development and Design
Digital Media Production

 

Representative Experience

  • Reviewed and provided materials for revising Florida Rule Chapter 14-90
  • Provided technical assistance for agencies creating, updating, and assessing Continuity of Operations Plans
  • Created presentations shown at the 2015 FPTA conference
  • Collected and organized information on ADA, DBE, and EEOC presented in Federal Grant Opportunities Workshops
  • Provided technical assistance in creating an agency ADA program plan
  • Coordinated marketing materials shown and presented during Marketing Mobility Charrette
  • Wrote follow-up report on event published in the biannual newsletter for the Florida Transit Marketing Network
  • Supplied analysis of public transportation services for cost allocation relative to urban and rural grant eligibility
  • Served as facilitator of follow-up discussions and material distribution for the Marketing Mobility Charrette
  • Created presentations on Florida Rule Chapter 14-90, BOSS systems, Americans with Disabilities Act, and Workforce Development for the Florida Operations Network quarterly meeting
  • Provided technical assistance for creating a Continuity of Operations Plan
  • Provided technical assistance for agency moving from contract to in-house managed operations
  • Attended FTA ADA 2015 Circular Webinar Series
  • Provided technical assistance for the Transit Corridor and Block Grant Program Assessments
  • Supervised operations of up to 23 buses, assuring all federal, state, and University rules and regulations were met to provide safe, efficient, and customer oriented transportation
  • Operated a 40 foot low floor diesel bus on fixed routes with no preventable accidents or disciplinary action of any kind
  • Initiated project to create a new website, utilizing a content management system in order to update service information without HTML or CSS markup
  • Developed service schedules utilizing ridership data to improve efficiency and meet demand

Previous Positions:

Supervisor, Bus Operator, Trainer, Planner, Indiana University Campus Bus Service
Campaign Manager, Kreg Battles for State Representative
Information Technology and Digital Media Intern, Indiana House of Representatives