- a person who supervises the transportation of goods for an employer.
- a person in a transportation company who schedules space, for freight or passengers.
- (in business management) an office employee, especially an executive, responsible for routing items of business within a company for appropriate action by various departments.
Origin of traffic manager
First recorded in 1860–65
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Examples from the Web for traffic manager
"Nothing like the ozone of the forest to make you sparkle," chuckled the traffic-manager.The Rainy Day Railroad War
Why, he might have been the station-master or traffic-manager, he appeared so much at his ease!Teddy
J. C. Hutcheson
The interval was pleasantly filled, however, by an instructive and interesting little chat with the traffic-manager.The Last Voyage
Lady (Annie Allnutt) Brassey