4 Types of Transportation Engineers

March is National Engineering Month, a celebration of all Canadians who invent, design, build, maintain and improve.

What better time to reflect on our own Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure engineers? There are approximately 230 staff members in our Engineering Branch, representing four areas of expertise.

Each type of engineer is vital for building and maintaining highways that are safe, reliable and have a minimal impact on the beautiful environments they run through.

So, without further ado, here is an infographic showing the four types of ministry engineers, and their responsibilities:

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But wait… there is actually one more type of ministry engineer: those in our Engineer-in-Training/Geoscientist-in-Training (EIT/GIT) Program. Are you an aspiring engineer? If so, what type do you want to be?

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One Response to 4 Types of Transportation Engineers

  1. Dave Edgar on March 6, 2015 at 8:15 am

    I want to be a Transportation Planning Engineer 🙂

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