Transportation Engineers

Our program is focused on addressing transportation's environmental, social, and economic aspects, cultivating sustainable and inclusive solutions for a greener future.

Transportation engineers are responsible for devising comprehensive solutions that ensure the safe and efficient movement of people and goods. Their work covers a wide range of areas, including the planning and design of street and highway systems, transit systems, airports, and railroads. Additionally, they evaluate and implement innovative technologies, traffic management strategies, sustainable transportation practices, and resilient measures to handle disruptions. In this rapidly expanding and diverse field, you might find yourself working on modelling transportation demands, improving traffic safety measures and control systems, or even pioneering novel mobility solutions to meet the ever-changing needs of society.


  • Transportation engineer
  • Transportation planner
  • Transportation program manager
  • Transit planner
  • Projects manager
  • Traffic engineer
  • Transportation modeler
  • Travel demand estimator
  • Systems analyst
  • Traffic impact assessor
  • Transportation authority

Areas of Specialization

  • Traffic operation and control
  • Transportation planning
  • Transportation infrastructure management
  • Pavement mechanics and materials
  • Transportation resilience
  • Transportation environmental impact
  • Sustainable mobility and active transportation
  • Travel behaviour
  • Urban traffic safety
  • Intelligent transportation system
  • Geographic Information Systems for Transportation (GIS-T)