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Transportation Planning Intern

  • Internship
    Full-time
    Off-cycle Internship
  • Architecture & Urban Planning
  • Fort Worth

AI generated summary

  • You must be pursuing a Planning Degree in City and Regional, Urban, or Transportation Planning to be considered for this internship opportunity.
  • You will assist in transportation planning projects, analyze data, solve problems, ensure compliance with regulations, and collaborate with project managers and agencies.

Requirements

  • In the process of receiving a Planning Degree (Bachelors or Masters) from an accredited program in of the following majors:
  • City and Regional Planning
  • Urban Planning
  • Transportation Planning
  • Or Other Related Major

Responsibilities

  • Contribute to the pre-construction planning, modification, permitting, and analysis for multiple projects ranging in size and scope.
  • Solve complex problems, assist project managers, and collaborate across disciplines to produce our clients’ visions for the future built environment.
  • Develop familiarity with the federal, state, and local regulations, as well as Kimley-Horn’s and our client’s practices, procedures, and standards.
  • Evaluate development proposals to identify compliance with zoning regulations.
  • Prepare planning and land use studies.
  • Coordinate with various municipal and state agencies.

FAQs

What are the main responsibilities of a Transportation Planning Intern at Kimley-Horn?

The main responsibilities include contributing to pre-construction planning, modification, permitting, and analysis for multiple projects, solving complex problems, assisting project managers, collaborating across disciplines, evaluating development proposals, preparing planning and land use studies, and coordinating with various municipal and state agencies.

What qualifications are required to be considered for the Transportation Planning Intern position at Kimley-Horn?

Candidates should be in the process of receiving a Planning Degree (Bachelors or Masters) from an accredited program in City and Regional Planning, Urban Planning, Transportation Planning, or a related major.

Why should I consider applying for the Transportation Planning Intern position at Kimley-Horn?

Kimley-Horn offers a unique work environment that prioritizes the growth and success of both clients and employees. The company values its employees and provides a supportive culture, robust benefits package, and opportunities for professional development. Kimley-Horn has been recognized as one of Fortune's "100 Best Companies to Work" for 17 years, showcasing its commitment to employee satisfaction and retention.

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Founded Year

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Kimley-Horn is one of the nation’s premier planning and design consulting firms. With nearly 7,000 staff members in more than 100 offices across the U.S., we offer full services in a wide range of disciplines. Clients know us for the creativity of our solutions and the sense of urgency we bring to each and every project. We take a clients’-eye view of our work, planning and designing to accomplish the client’s goals in the most effective manner. A quality workplace is equally important to us, and the unique benefits we bring to our staff have been recognized by Fortune magazine (“100 Best Companies to Work For” and "100 Best Workplaces for Millennials"​) and Civil Engineering News (#1 “Best Civil Engineering Companies to Work For”).