Transportation Career Spotlight – Patricia Ott

NETWC: What motivated you to get involved in civil engineering in general, and transportation in particular? Patricia Ott: My father was biggest influence growing up, and my biggest supporter in getting me involved in engineering. Growing up I was a tomboy, and I loved to build things with my father....

Spotlights of the Week

Each week, the Northeast Transportation Workforce Center highlights a new person or program who is advancing transportation careers in our region. Check out our list below to see our past highlights!     Bill Would Take Steps to Encourage Women to Pursue Aviation Careers “Although women make up more than...

Checkout the latest issue of Transportation Works!

INSIDE THIS ISSUE:   Northeast Transportation Workforce Center Director Glenn McRae Keynotes TLD Summit in NJ Millennials in the Supply Chain Workforce October 25th Webinar: Respectful Workplaces and Health & Safety Empowerment for Women in Trades Free High School and Middle School Lesson Plans – Intelligent Transportation Systems – Connected...

Transport’s Coming Upheaval

If you were given a penny for every minute people spent commuting in an average year, you’d have a stack that was 1,433,400 miles high. That’s enough to stretch to the moon and back three times. Technology is continuously reshaping our relationship with travel, and that change is accelerating to another inflection point. Advances in transportation technology reshape our lives and cities, and how and where we all settle. And American history guides us on what’s to come.

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