Stations Superintendent

Manages stations and terminals of buslines and railway transit systems.

What does a Stations Superintendent do?

Manages stations and terminals of busline, subway, elevated or interurban railway transit system and confers with other transportation companies on matters, such as fares, routes, and schedules: Examines books and records of stations and terminals. Analyzes financial reports from stations and terminals and prepares reports for management showing profits and expenditures. Analyzes statistics to determine which areas require additional terminals and stations to provide adequate service to public. Reviews agreements with other transportation companies to ensure against or settle disputes concerning fares, routes, and schedules. Confers with governmental commissions and management to establish policy concerning adequate service to public.