Civil - Transportation, Civil - Urban and Community Planning, Civil Engineering
4 Year Degree
About Landrum & Brown
Our mission is to enhance the world by bringing passion and creativity to solve the most complex global aviation challenges. Our integrated services span master planning and strategy, airfield and airspace, terminal planning and design, environmental, business and finance, ground transportation, commercial development, and activation planning services.
About the Ground Transportation Team…
Ground transportation is the key link connecting passengers and goods with the aviation system. As the scale of airports continues to expand, a comprehensive multi-modal ground transportation plan is critical for supporting long-term growth.
While airport planning is more typically associated with runways and terminals, ground transportation planning is critical to facilitate long-term airport growth. An airport may be served with a wide variety of modes, including cars, taxis, buses, metro rail, APM, and high-speed rail. There are networks dedicated for passengers, working zones, and cargo. Each of these must be considered in concert for a logical, efficient and flexible ground transportation system.
L&B provides comprehensive ground transportation planning services, from on-airport local connectivity planning to large-scale master plans for airports exceeding an annual design capacity of 100 million passengers. We are the landside planners for several high-profile projects around the world, including rapidly growing markets in China, India and the Middle East.
Ground Transportation Planner at L&B will work on technically challenging operational and planning issues at airports around the world. Typical projects involve mitigating adverse traffic impacts on the curbsides and on-airport roadway systems, planning of facilities such as Ground Transportation Centers (GTC) and Consolidated Rental Car facilities (CONRAC), parking, multimodal linkage to the airport, and operational planning for commercial vehicles. In addition to technical projects, work involves advisory related to operating policies, non-aeronautical revenue development, opportunities and impacts of technology.
Provide task level project management and assist in overall project management
Assist in creation of scopes of work, budgets, methodology and interface with clients as required.
Independently organize, plan and execute, field surveys and data collection efforts
Perform under general oversight, data analysis, spreadsheet modeling, simulation modeling of transportation systems, conceptual planning, and various ad hoc technical studies.
Create exhibits, draft reports, and other project documentation
Maintain databases and other information and respond efficiently to data requests and analyses from internal as well as external clients.
Brainstorm with the team to develop solutions for operational and planning problems
Bachelor’s degree in Transportation Engineering, Civil Engineering, Transportation Planning, or other analytical streams.
A good understanding of MUTCD, AASHTO “Green book”, ITE trip generation
A Master’s degree in engineering or planning
3D modeling skills (3DS MAX, Sketchup)
A general understanding of FAR Part 77
About Landrum & Brown
Our mission is to provide our clients with an unmatched level of service and advice across the full range of aviation planning and development disciplines. Our integrated services span master planning and strategy, airfield and airspace, terminal planning and design, environment, financial/business planning, ground transportation, commercial development and activation planning service
In an industry as international and dynamic as aviation, we believe it is important to offer strong local and regional presence through our global network of offices, as well as the benefits of truly international experience. We are proud to say that we have worked on projects across all seven continents including most of the largest airports in the world.