After a two-year hiatus, Transit Talent has reprised its annual salary survey of transit system employees in the U.S. and Canada.

The numbers for Transit Talent's 2013 Salary Survey were collected from more than 1,600 transit professionals. The data was gathered in November 2013. Respondents were asked to provide base salary information as of Oct. 1, 2013.

The salary data covers 25 departments/disciplines, with new categories created this year for Accounting, Auditing and Civil Rights. Because of the differing job duties and titles at transit agencies, respondents selected job categories, titles and brief job descriptions that most closely matched their own. Very rarely do the respondents' titles and descriptions perfectly match the offered titles and descriptions, so care should be taken in drawing strong conclusions from this salary data.

Special thanks go out to the folks who responded to the survey. Although it only takes a couple of minutes to fill out the questionnaire, it's still a burden when you've got myriad other tasks awaiting you. Your efforts are very much appreciated! Questions or comments about this survey can be e-mailed to Steve Hirano at [email protected]

If you're interested in looking at past survey results, here are the links:

2011 Salary Survey

2010 Salary Survey

2009 Salary Survey

2008 Salary Survey

2013 Survey Results

You can scroll down to view all the department results in alphabetical order or you can click on the links below to see the results of a specific department.

Accounting - Administrative Support - Auditing - Civil Rights - Customer Service - Engineering - Executive Management - Fare Collection - Finance - Government Relations - Human Resources - Information Technology - Legal Services - Maintenance - Marketing and Communications - Media Relations - Operations - Paratransit - Planning - Procurement - Project Management - Risk Management - Safety - Scheduling - Security/Police - Training and Development

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