Infrastructure Finance

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Job Alert: Transportation Economist, US DOT Office of Transportation Policy

The Office of Transportation Policy at U.S. DOT seeks an entry-level transportation economist to join a fast-paced, high-profile office to conduct cutting-edge transportation economic and policy analysis, research, and outreach in priority areas for USDOT, including transportation finance, surface transportation program design, high-speed rail, safety, environment, livability, and freight policy. This position requires economic research … Continue reading

DC Job Alert: Associate Consultant I, Parsons Brinckerhoff

Parsons Brinckerhoff, an international leader providing strategic consulting services to the infrastructure industry, has an opening in Washington, DC for an Associate to join the strategic consulting team. Parsons Brinckerhoff, founded in 1885, is one of the most respected, continually operating consulting engineering firms in the world. Throughout its 125‐year history, Parsons Brinckerhoff’s commitment to … Continue reading

NYC Job Alert: Assistant Director / Manager – Financial Planning & Analysis, MTA Metro-North Railroad

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR – FINANCIAL PLANNING & ANALYSIS / MANAGER – FINANCIAL PLANNING & ANALYSIS MTA Metro-North Railroad – Greater New York City Area Application Deadline: 1/15/2012 Applications must be made via the online postings on Job Description These positions manage business and economic assessments of standard operations, new initiatives, and capital expenditure impacts for Metro-North. Incorporate … Continue reading

Transportation’s Economic Impact, a more complete picture

When the economic impact of transportation investment is discussed, the typical focus is on job creation. It is obvious that when roads are repaired or new transit systems built that many jobs are directly created. There are also jobs that are indirectly created through transportation investments. Each new transit agency employee or highway construction worker will generate new spending not only on essentials such as food and housing, but also on non-essentials such as entertainment, and these expenditures will support other jobs in the private sector. Continue reading

Save the Date – TRB’s 4th International Conference on Surface Transportation Financing: Forging a Sustainable Future—Now

Save the Date & Call for Papers – TRB’s 4th International Conference on Surface Transportation Financing: Forging a Sustainable Future—Now! Continue reading

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