Transport Chicago Conference – Student Rates available!

Register for Transport Chicago 2014!

Transport Chicago 2014 will feature :

Keynote addresses by Chris Ward, former Executive Director of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey who is credited with leading the accelerated completion of the World Trade Center Memorial Plaza

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DC Area Event/Conference Alert: Cameron Rian Hays “Outside the Box” Competition & Conference

The Cameron Rian Hays Transportation Innovation Conference hosted by George Mason University School of Public Policy (and sponsors), supports innovative and “outside the box” solutions to challenges in transportation. The conference coincides with the Cameron Rian Hays Competition and serves as a platform for spotlighting transportation innovation, particularly as developed by students and young professionals. It considers the complex and diverse challenges and solutions facing transportation initiates in the public and private sectors.

Winner(s), runners-up, and accepted papers, at the discretion of the blue-ribbon panel and the competition committee, will be invited to a conference at the School of Public Policy’s Arlington, Virginia campus. More information will be released as conference details are finalized.

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TRB Workshop of note: #177 – What Are Transportation Operations & Why Should I Care?

Our very own Board member of Chapter Development, Nikola Ivanov, is organizing a TRB Workshop that will involve some leaders in transportation operations.  Please come and join in on the conversation!!

TRB Workshop 177: What Are Transportation Operations, and Why Should I Care?

Sunday, January 12, 2014 – 1:30PM – 4:30PM, Marriott, Washington B4

This workshop will bring together thought leaders in area of transportation operations and young professionals entering the field and looking to learn and offer their vision for the future. The speaker panel will represent state and federal agencies, public safety, private companies, and academia. The workshop will be split into three parts, with the bulk of time spent in an interactive “conversation circle” allowing audience members to engage speakers directly on a range of topics.

 

Confirmed Speakers:

Greg Nadeau, FHWA Deputy Director – Opening Keynote Speaker

Phil Tarnoff, Consultant  – Moderator

Robert Bertini, Portland State University – Speaker

John Corbin, Wisconsin DOT – Speaker

Sgt. Ira Promisel, New York State DOT – Speaker

Frank Quon, LA Metro – Speaker

Steve Lockwood, Parsons Brinckerhoff – Speaker

Les Jacobson, Parsons Brinckerhoff – Speaker

Job Alert: Cambridge Systematics Recruitment Effort 1/14 in DC (During TRB)

WHERE & WHEN: Tuesday, January 14, 12:30 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.
AT: Hotel Palomar, 2121 P Street NW (Dupont Circle), Washington, DC

JOIN CAMBRIDGE SYSTEMATICS!

Are you ready to bring your career to the next level?
We are hosting a recruiting session during the TRB Annual Meeting. Come and learn about career  opportunities and internships with Cambridge Systematics. Meet members of our staff and find out what a day working at the firm involves. Learn where a career path in transportation consulting can lead you, the benefits of working at Cambridge Systematics, and emerging industry areas that we are pursuing.

For more information, visit the Employment Opportunities room at the Marriott and pick up our career opportunities flyer or visit our web site at http://www.camsys.com and review our Careers page.

Cambridge Systematics is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE). In compliance with Federal and state equal employment opportunity laws, employment applicants will be considered for all positions without unlawful discrimination as to race, color, creed, religious beliefs, national origin, ancestry, citizenship status, sexual orientation, marital status, physical disability, disabled veteran or Vietnam-era veteran status, parental status, criminal record, mental disorder, age, sex, or any nonjobrelated medical condition or handicap.

TRB Young Member Sponsored and Young Member Related Activities during the Annual Meeting

The Transportation Research Board (TRB) 93rd Annual Meeting is nearly here, and it’s time to start thinking about which sessions to go to! To get a head start, check out the link below, which includes all the TRB Young Member sponsored and related activities, including Transportation Camp 2014 and the Young Professionals’ Reception.

2014 TRB YMC And YM related events