What if you were asked to design a new public transportation system for a big city, but it had to be faster, safer, and better for the environment? What would it look like?
Each year in the United States, thousands of pedestrians and bicyclists are tragically injured or killed in crashes involving motor vehicles.
In building communities, engineers and transportation planners are challenged to balance safety for all transportation users on the roadway.
Sirisha Kothuri of Portland State University is on a mission to advance sensing technology to ensure that those who travel via bicycle or by foot are able to be counted as part of the traffic equation when doing transportation planning.
Before finding her calling in a transportation career, LaTonya Curley always knew she wanted to make a difference in the world—but she wasn’t always sure how.
David Weinreich has a message for today’s students: find something you’re passionate about, pursue it, and never give up.
There is a vast variety of careers to choose from in the public transportation industry.
When Denita Jones and a college classmate decided to start their own business, they had nothing but a modest savings and a vision to help others.
There are lots of careers to choose from in Public & Active Transportation. Here are just a few to get you started.
1. Public transportation use in the United States saves 4.2 billion gallons of gasoline annually...