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Traffic Engineer

13,484 Traffic Engineer
Jobs Available
in US
$ 29.98 - 78.33/hour

Resumes of Traffic Engineer

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Typical Traffic Engineer responsibilities to be added to your resume.

  • Plan alteration or modification of existing transportation structures to improve safety or function.

  • Analyze environmental impact statements for transportation projects.

  • Prepare project budgets, schedules, or specifications for labor or materials.

  • Review development plans to determine potential traffic impact.

  • Investigate or test specific construction project materials to determine compliance to specifications or standards.

  • Model transportation scenarios to evaluate the impacts of activities such as new development or to identify possible solutions to transportation problems.

  • Check construction plans, design calculations, or cost estimations to ensure completeness, accuracy, or conformity to engineering standards or practices.

  • Inspect completed transportation projects to ensure compliance with environmental regulations.

  • Design transportation systems or structures, using sustainable materials or products, such as porous pavement or bioretention structures.

  • Evaluate traffic control devices or lighting systems to determine need for modification or expansion.

  • Investigate traffic problems and recommend methods to improve traffic flow or safety.

  • Evaluate construction project materials for compliance with environmental standards.

  • Present data, maps, or other information at construction-related public hearings or meetings.

  • Prepare administrative, technical, or statistical reports on traffic-operation matters, such as accidents, safety measures, or pedestrian volume or practices.

  • Design or engineer drainage, erosion, or sedimentation control systems for transportation projects.

  • Direct the surveying, staking, or laying-out of construction projects.

  • Estimate transportation project costs.

  • Evaluate transportation systems or traffic control devices or lighting systems to determine need for modification or expansion.

  • Prepare final project layout drawings that include details such as stress calculations.

  • Design or prepare plans for new transportation systems or parts of systems, such as airports, commuter trains, highways, streets, bridges, drainage structures, or roadway lighting.

  • Develop plans to deconstruct damaged or obsolete roadways or other transportation structures in a manner that is environmentally sound or prepares the land for sustainable development.

  • Confer with contractors, utility companies, or government agencies to discuss plans, specifications, or work schedules.

  • Inspect completed transportation projects to ensure safety or compliance with applicable standards or regulations.

  • Develop or assist in the development of transportation-related computer software or computer processes.

  • Supervise the maintenance or repair of transportation systems or system components.


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