Lisa Jacobson

Vice Chair for Communications for Young Professionals in Transportation - Boston www.yptboston.org
Lisa Jacobson has written 2 posts for Young Professionals in Transportation

MassDOT Secretary and CEO Event with YPT Boston

The YPT Boston Board is pleased to announce the continuation of our Distinguished Speaker Series! Please join us for this great event on May 1 featuring MassDOT Secretary and CEO Richard Davey. Register here: http://yptbostonmay2013secdavey.eventbrite.com/(if you are a YPT Member, please contact membership@yptboston.org to inquire about Member tickets) Secretary Davey will talk with attendees about his career path … Continue reading

YPT Boston To Host New MBTA GM Dr. Beverly Scott

YPT Boston is pleased to announce that MBTA General Manager Dr. Beverly Scott will be our Distinguished Guest at our next networking night! All YPT Members and Friends are welcome to join us on Tuesday, March 12, 6pm, at Ned Devine’s in Boston’s Faneuil Hall Marketplace. Come welcome and meet Dr. Beverly Scott. Dr. Scott … 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