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AASHTO Becomes Gold-level Sponsor for YPT

We are excited to welcome The American Association of State and Highway Transportation Officials (AASHTO) as a returning Gold-level sponsor of YPT International! AASHTO is an organization that reflects YPT’s values of sharing ideas and promoting innovation for a bright transportation future. We encourage you to visit their website (www.transportation.org) and check out some of … Continue reading

DC Job Alert: Eno Director of Development

The Eno Center for Transportation, a neutral non-profit think tank, is seeking an enthusiastic self-starter for the position of Director of Development. Eno boasts an energetic and growing workplace that is expanding its base of membership and fundraising. The position is a perfect fit for anyone looking to develop their career by taking over an … Continue reading

U.S. DOT’s 2015 Champions of Change

Major trends are shaping the future of our transportation systems.  Our population is growing and aging. Our legacy transit systems need more attention every day.  Our roads and runways face increasing congestion. America’s way of life and continued economic growth depend on meeting these challenges, so this October, the U.S. Department of Transportation and the … Continue reading

DC Job Alert: Operations Research Analyst with FHWA

The Federal Highway Administration’s Office of Freight Management and Operations is looking for an Operations Research Analyst to join its Freight Analysis and Research Team.  This position manages the development of the Freight Analysis Framework (FAF) forecasting and network modeling elements, conducts analysis on current and future trends and demand for freight transportation, and leads … Continue reading

Emerging Leaders in Transportation Fellowship Program

The Emerging Leaders in Transportation fellowship program aims to make transportation more efficient, effective and people-oriented through its stellar early-career employees. In this competitive fellowship program, participants will learn from top transportation and management professionals to enhance leadership skills, communication techniques and policy work to bring innovative ideas into practice. During three half-day sessions, emerging leaders will build long-term leadership goals and will … Continue reading

DC Job Alert: Commuter Services Bureau Chief with Arlington DES

Arlington County is seeking an experienced, innovative, and results-oriented leader to manage one of the leading commuter service organizations in the United States.  This bureau is located within the Transportation and Development Division of the Arlington Department of Environmental Services (DES).  The Commuter Services Bureau has a strong customer focus, since its team is working … Continue reading

Job Alert: Traffic Demand Modeler Positions in Fort Lauderdale, Chicago and Oakland

Cambridge Systematics is filling three Travel Demand Modeler positions (Junior and Mid-Level) in Fort Lauderdale, Chicago and Oakland (job numbers 000322, 000462 and 000463) to their Travel Demand Forecasting team. The Modeling or Travel Demand Forecasting (TDF) business line works to research, develop, and apply innovative and practical decision support tools, including transportation models. Their practice is built on … Continue reading

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Let's highlight another part of the #transportation industry - passenger aviation - that so many of us rely on for business travel and personal adventures. How many #young #professionals do we have in the #aviation sector? #transport #adventure #cloudy☁️ @bwi_airport 🎶Rivers and roads, rivers and roads. Rivers til I reach you.🎶 @chesapeakeandohiocanal #bikes #canals #transportation #throwback #travel #adventure Choo choo. #modeltrain display at Norfolk Southern. #trains #transportation #model #hobbies YPT Austin was instrumental in supporting the Greenroads Boot Camp hosted by CTRMA in Austin.  Increase your sustainability street cred, and learn more about Greenroads International, one of our Silver Sponsors! #transportation #sustainability #green #transit #engineering #thankful The #Alaska #Railroad’s main line stretches 470 miles from Seward to #Fairbanks, #connecting communities all along Southcentral and Interior Alaska. The main line was completed in 1923 after 9 years of construction; President Warren G. Harding traveled to Alaska for the occasion and personally drove in the Golden Spike to finish the job. In 1943, the Railroad completed a 12-mile spur to the tiny port town of Whittier. In total, the Alaska Railroad provides regularly scheduled passenger service along 482 miles of track – an expanse greater than the distance between #Boston and #Washington, D.C. #friday #trains #transportation Check this amazing #sunset shot, shared by our equally amazing Director of Chapter Development @wbybanana. What a picture. Wow. #atlanta @yptatlanta #trains #westside #scenery