Andrew Zalewski - Deputy VC of Communication

Andrew Zalewski - Deputy VC of Communication has written 43 posts for Young Professionals in Transportation

DC Job Alert: Arlington Co. Parking Manager

To Apply Online, see: http://agency.governmentjobs.com/arlington/default.cfm?action=viewJob&jobID=744735 Interested in working in one of the most innovative multi-modal communities in the Country?  Arlington County is seeking an experienced professional to lead and direct the County’s parking program.  The position will provide planning, coordination and program management of on-street and off-street parking, as well as assure that the County uses … Continue reading

DC Job Alert: Director at Eno

Director, Eno Center for Transportation Leadership Position Description The Director of the Eno Center for Transportation Leadership (CTL) will report directly to the President/CEO of the Eno Center for Transportation and has primary responsibility for the direction and management of CTL. This includes management and oversight of multiple Eno contractors who design and deliver leadership … Continue reading

DC Event Alert: Advanced Transportation Symposium / Podcar City 7

Innovations in Transporation, presented in cooperation with INIST International Institute of Sustainable Transportation, US Department of Transportation, Swedish Transportation Administration, KOMPASS Network, Mineta Transportation Institute, Advanced Transit Association, George Mason University and Lea+Elliott. This conference is also a part of the seventh Podcar City Conference and the DOT initiative Advanced Transit Symposium. We join forces in … Continue reading

DC Event Alert: Register Now for the Fairfax County Bike Summit

The program for the second Fairfax Bike Summit, to be held on Saturday, Nov. 2 at George Mason University, is nearly finalized. Congressman Gerry Connolly and other dignitaries will welcome participants at 10 a.m.. The keynote speaker is Jeff Olson, author of the The Third Mode: Towards a Green Society, about the importance of walking and bicycling … Continue reading

Register for ARTBA’s TransOvation Conference in San Jose

October 28-30 Dr. J Don TransOvation™ Workshop Third Annual Event Held at San Jose Tech Museum of Innovation Register: www.transovation.org There is little doubt Google’s driverless car and other technologies under development by manufacturers will transform the future of U.S. transportation. But, how will these innovations impact the design and construction of highways and bridges? What will … Continue reading

MD Job Alert: Innovative Finance Analyst at MDOT

The Maryland Department of Transportation’s (MDOT) Office of the Secretary is seeking to fill a position of Innovative Finance Analyst within the Office of Finance. This position provides analytical, coordination, and communications support for the Public-Private Partnership (P3) and Innovative Finance programs and solutions. P3 projects leverage limited transportation funds by partnering with private sector. … Continue reading

DC Event Alert: USDOT Workshop on Analysis of Network and Non-Network Impacts upon Traveler Choice

  The U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), is hosting a workshop on integrating traveler choice into transportation models and forecasts. This workshop provides an opportunity for stakeholders to provide input and perspectives that are necessary for advancing the state of the practice in traveler choice research. The workshop will be held on Tuesday, … Continue reading

Attend Rail~Volution this October in Seattle!

Subject: Rail~Volution scholarships for Oct. 20-23, 2013 in Seattle   Attend the premier Rail~Volution conference in Seattle Oct. 20-23, 2013 – scholarships available – due Sept. 6 Rail~Volution, one of the most anticipated conferences of the year for people passionate about public transportation and smart growth, will be held in Seattle on October 20-23, 2013. Every year, Rail~Volution attracts thousands of the nation’s … Continue reading

International Road Federation Fellowship

The International Road Educational Foundation is now accepting nominations for the IRF Fellowship Program – Class of 2015 (starting fall semester, 2014). The IRF Fellowship Program provides a one-time graduate level scholarship to young professionals from developing countries who have strong academic backgrounds, professional qualifications, leadership potential, and a commitment to return to their respective home … Continue reading

TRB: ADA10 Fresh Ideas Call for Posters

Call for Posters for the 2014 TRB Annual Meeting in January Transportation planning is evolving due to demographics and economic changes, new technologies and data, and shifting policy priorities. Buzzwords like “performance-based”, “operations”, “fiscally constrained”, “sustainability”, or “livability” illustrate the new frontiers for planning. How can transportation planners adjust methods and messages as they prepare … 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