What do transportation professionals look like? Check out this short video from the Transportation Research Board to learn more.
Learn how VTrans keeps Vermonters moving.
It takes many different skills to manage Vermont’s transportation systems. From engineers and maintenance workers, to environmental scientists and safety experts, VTrans employs workers from lots of different backgrounds. For example, did you know there are VTrans employees who study bats? Yes, bats!
Want to learn more? Watch the short videos below.
Meet the VTrans team
- Meet Elizabeth: This civil engineer explains bridge repairs in Mount Holly and tells us about her career journey.
- Meet Chantel: Learn about the ever-changing duties of a journeyman maintenance worker.
- Meet Glenn: Find out how this senior environmental biologist helps protect Vermont wildlife.
- Meet Jon: Discover how Jon helps keep bikers and pedestrians safe.
- Meet Julie Ann: This environmental specialist explains her work with cultural and natural resources.
- Meet Kevin: Learn why Kevin enjoys managing teams and projects as a senior maintenance worker.
- Meet Liz: Liz explains how she helps keep employees safe as an occupational safety technician.
- Meet Meg: This biologist explains her environmental work for VTrans, which includes studying bats.
- Meet Nicole: This master maintenance worker believes in the value of lifelong learning.
- Meet Tom: Learn about the rebuilding of the historic Gilead Bridge in Bethel from this project manager (and Vermont Tech alum!)