Transportation & Travel

Engineers help us get where we want to go. They design cars, trains, boats, planes, and the rockets that send people and goods into space. They develop transit and traffic control systems. Engineers even help build huge structures like airports, bridges, or canals with locks to help keep people and things moving.

Engineering achievements have not only made travel easier, they have made it safer as well. For example: seat belts, airbags, and collision warning systems are examples of features that engineers help to create that make our cars safer.

For those of you that like to travel: an engineering career could be a ticket to just about anywhere in the world. Engineers work in many different kinds of environments around the world and engineers may have many opportunities to travel to other countries or regions to work on projects.

  • Kristin Sweeney
    Sales Representative
    Pennsy Supply Inc., An Oldcastle Company
  • Grace Lam Posted on September 17, 2015 by Grace Lam
    Windshield Wipers
    Mary Anderson invented the windshield wiper in 1903, years before Henry Ford industrialized automobile production.
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    Latest Update: September 17, 2015

  • Abby  Estabillo Posted on August 11, 2015 by Abby Estabillo
    Alicia Bailey
    I serve as the team leader of our transportation team. My day to day activities vary depending on which projects we are trying to progress forward on that day. Sometimes, my day is interrupted with “fires” that require immediate attention to remedy an issue that has arisen. I do not enjoy “fires” and try to avoid them with proper project planning and management.
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  • Abby  Estabillo Posted on August 11, 2015 by Abby Estabillo
    Alicia Bailey
    A. Bailey Interview
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  • Alicia Bailey
    Team Leader
    Sain Associates
    Birmingham, AL, United States
  • Erin Brooks
    Purchasing Manager
    Tesla Motors
    San Francisco, CA
  • Jennifer Gilleece
    Telecoms Project Engineer
    Network Rail
    Birmingham, United Kingdom
  • Grace Lam Posted on November 6, 2014 by Grace Lam
    Drones: Flying Home - Extending their influence from battlefields to domestic skies
    Drone technology originally developed for the military is making its way into everyday life.
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    Resource Added: November 6, 2014

    Latest Update: November 7, 2014

  • Vanithashrree Raja
    Electric Train Engineer
    MRT Corporation Malaysia
  • Amelia Scharrer
    Staff Engineer
    NM, United States
  • Christine Frazier-Hollins
    Ops Engineer
    Pearland, TX, United States
  • Michelle  Mason Posted on December 4, 2013 by Michelle Mason
    Michelle Mason
    As a general overview, I work for a small non-profit technology consortium that partners with, at any given time, universities, state or federal government, small businesses, research institutions, or corporations to produce important developments in the energy, defense, and transportation fields.
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    Resource Added: December 4, 2013

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  • Haunu Suan
    Senior Infrastructure Engineer
    Melbourne, Australia
  • Mayra Artiles
    Thermal Engineer for Hybrid Electric Vehicles
    Ford Motor Company
    Canton, MI, United States
  • Michelle Mason
    Los Angeles, CA, United States
  • Megan Harrington
    Mechanical Engineer
    Lockheed Martin / NASA
    MS, United States
  • Kate Gramling Posted on October 24, 2012 by Kate Gramling
    Talking Cars Prevent Crashes
    Engineers in Michigan are monitoring the largest-ever road test for “talking” vehicles. The information collected from the test will help develop control systems that could transform the way you travel around town.
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  • Egirl   Team Posted on August 22, 2012 by Egirl Team
    Engineers Without Borders
    With Engineers Without Borders (EWB), you can travel and impact people's lives around the world! This page describes and EWB project that was completed in 2007 in San Bernardino, Nicaragua with professional engineers from New Orleans along with students from Rice University in Houston.
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  • Egirl   Team Posted on July 20, 2012 by Egirl Team
    Sara DaSilva
    A Day in My Life: "One thing I've been really encouraged by in the past few years is the growing number of women engineers in my company that I've been able to work with and meet."
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    Resource Added: July 20, 2012

    Latest Update: October 9, 2012

  • Egirl   Team Posted on July 20, 2012 by Egirl Team
    Nicolette Yovanof
    A Day in My Life: "I love being an engineer because I get to solve problems, work with people, and be involved in something meaningful."
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    Resource Added: July 20, 2012

    Latest Update: September 13, 2012

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