The NNTW Wins $1.25 Million Workforce Development Grant

The Northeast Transportation Workforce Center (NETWC) at UVM, and the four other regional centers that make up The National Network for the Transportation Workforce (NNTW), made a successful bid to win a $1.25 million Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) grant titled the “Transportation Workforce Strategic Initiative” (TWSI).  In accordance with FHWA … Continue reading

Diversity in the Transportation Industry WEBINAR

Diversity in the Transportation Industry: Attracting and Engaging Diverse Groups Diversity of people, minds and thought unlocks great potential for the transportation industry. Breaking down barriers, diversity creates an environment of inclusion and ceaseless knowledge sharing among communities, organizations, and individuals. The objective of this session is to explore and celebrate diversity through its … Continue reading

The “Cycling Through the News” Exhibit is Now Open


With help from Professor Luis Vivanco and Jeffrey Marshall, we at the Transportation Research Center have transported the “Cycling Through the News” exhibit from the Bailey-Howe Library to our office at Farrell Hall. This collection features articles and advertisements from historical newspapers reproduced on poster boards with extra information! Throughout the exhibit, … Continue reading

2015-2016 Annual Report is out now!


This year at the TRC we are celebrating ten years of innovation and service in research, outreach, and workforce development! We have had a great year filled with exciting speakers, interesting webinars, and outstanding achievements. Some of the highlights include the seminar led by Matthew Barth from the University of California-Riverside, … Continue reading

Apply Now: Emerging Leaders in Transportation Fellowship


Image and article courtesy of NYU Rudin Center for Transportation. The Emerging Leaders in Transportation fellowship program aims to enhance the toolkit of early-career employees to make transportation more efficient, effective and people-oriented. In this competitive fellowship program, participants will learn from top transportation and management professionals to enhance leadership skills, communication techniques and policy work to … Continue reading