Transportation Research

Nebraska Transportation Center

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We do Transportation Research

The Nebraska Transportation Center integrates transportation research, education, and technology transfer programs across the four NU campuses, making it one of the largest university transportation centers in the region.

5th Bridging Transportation Researchers Online Conference

Call for Papers

BTR brings transportation engineers, planners, & policymakers together in an entirely online transportation conference, open to anyone internationally. Paper submissions will be peer-reviewed and chosen by the conference committee and those selected will present their researcher at the conference August 9th & 10th, 2023. Zoom links and session details (with 20- to 30-minute presentation slots) will be sent to all conference registrants after papers are submitted and reviewed, and final topics are scheduled.

Calendar

Paper submission deadline is
April 30, 2023

Conference Website
Website contains conference and paper submission information.

Job Opportunities

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Benesch

Transportation Project Engineer

Benesh has a career opportunity for an experienced transportation engineer to be part of an established service line focused on enhancing transportation infrastructure.

The ideal candidate will have the expertise or an interest in furthering their career focused on planning, engineering design, and the construction of transportation infrastructure for public agencies. The successful candidate will prepare and review plans, technical specifications, contract documents, and estimates related to a variety of transportation projects. Project Engineers also mentor and supervise the work of technical support personnel assigned to the project.

This position has the opportunity for a flexible hybrid work schedule with the option to office in Omaha, Bellevue, Lincoln, or Grand Island, NE..

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Benesch

Civil Designer - Omaha, NE

Primary work assignments will consist of design and construction engineering of roadways (urban, rural, and expressway) and related public infrastructure improvements with potential secondary assignments including other engineering services related to design and delivery of roadway, railroad, aviation, bridge, and/or other public infrastructure projects.

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Benesch

UNL and UNO Career & Internship Fair - Omaha & Lincoln

Whether you are looking for an internship or are ready for full-time work, the Benesch program provides meaningful training and hands-on experience. As a multi-disciplined engineering and professional services firm, Benesch will help you grow your skills and explore the A/E/C industry.

Their summer internship and co-op programs allow you to work side-by-side with industry professionals on real-world projects while receiving the training, resources, and support to develop a well-rounded set of skills.

Their full-time opportunities are perfect for starting your professional career with an organization that provides challenging and interesting projects, great benefits, and an amazing company culture.

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Explore Our Research Areas

Bicycles & Pedestrians

Safely and comfortably integrating pedestrians and cyclists.

Economics

Reliable, efficient transportation ensures the vitality of the economy.

Environment

Sustainability and environmental consciousness are overarching concerns.

Freight

Safe and efficient movement of freight across the nation.

Highways

Addressing modern challenges of today's highways.

Intelligent Transportation Systems

One of the most dynamic and fast-growing areas of research.

Logistics

Optimizing the flow of goods across the nation.

Multimodal Transportation

Transportation utilizing multiple different modes of transportation.

Pavements

Best ways to extend the life of existing pavements and optimize the surface.

Railroad

A key mover of freight across Nebraska, the Midwest, and North America.

Roundabouts

Safer for both drivers and pedestrians.

Structures

Exploring how to design, build, and maintain integral transportation structures.

Work Zones

Construction and maintenance sites is safer for workers and drivers.

Information For
Elected Officials & Staff

NTC's expert faculty members conduct research in various areas of surface transportation. To locate an expert in a particular area, or to find information on a research project, please contact:

Janet Renoe
402-472-1932
jrenoe2@unl.edu

News Media

Media representatives are welcome to contact us with questions about current research projects or to request background information on one of our many research areas. For information, please contact:

Janet Renoe
402-472-1932
jrenoe2@unl.edu

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