Q: What are the essential functions of the Transportation Planning Branch (TPB)?
A: Mission is to provide multimodal transportation planning services to municipalities, counties, regions, MPOs (Metropolitan Planning Organizations) and RPOs (Rural Planning Organizations), and statewide coverage of quality traffic count information using innovative
analysis and traffic data collection methods.
Q: What are the top Private company recruiters?
A: There are lots of companies who provide job to these degree holder.some of these are mentioned below:
- Blue Dart.
- Agarwal Packers and movers.
- Chartered logistics.
- TNT express.
- All cargo Logistics Limited.
Q: What is the admission process?
A: The admission Process may vary from one institute to another. Some institutes are known to conduct a merit-based admission process. Some other institutes are known to conduct a direct admission process.
Q: What is the scope for the future?
A: There are a lot of opportunities for transportation planning in both Government and corporate sectors in India. The incorporate sector, providing employee transportation has become a key objective. Using technology-enabled solutions has provided better routing and rostering resulting in a reduction of employee travel time.More and more companies have started to provide transport to its staff in cities like Bangalore, Pune for safe travel to the staff/employees which involves a ton of planning.
Q: What is transportation engineering and transportation planning?
A: Transportation engineering refers to the design and operations of transportation infrastructure. This can range from traffic operations (i.e. signal timing), road/rail design, or even transit/bus/rail schedule. Transportation engineers often have to do a lot of modeling (i.e. travel forecast modeling, traffic impact studies, traffic modeling), so this is a very numbers-heavy profession.
Transportation planning refers to the policy of transportation infrastructure. This can be anything from how to create better land-use plans near transportation, writing circulation plans for future transport infrastructure, creating transportation demand management strategies (i.e. parking pricing, congestion pricing), planning future bus lines/stops, deciding transit frequencies/headways, etc.
Q: What is transportation policy?
A: Transport policy deals with the development of a set of constructs and propositions that are established to achieve particular objectives relating to social, economic and environmental development, and the functioning and performance of the transport system.
Q: Is there any scope for further education?
A: yes,for further education you can pursue Ph.D.
Q: what the skills required?
A: skills are given below:
- Good mathematical ability
- Awareness of current social and environmental issues
- Keen observation
- Flexibility and patience
- Responsibility and accountability
- Scientific temper
- Ability to sketch
- Ability to understand complicated legal language related to the profession
- Physical stamina and supervisory skills