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Are you looking for an opportunity to join a small and growing women and minority-owned transportation planning and traffic engineering firm in the city of Atlanta, Georgia, that was voted #1 place to start a career in the US by WalletHub? Join our team and you will get to work with some of the best people in the business, and be part of an extremely collaborative team, in an inclusive environment, all while enjoying our new state-of-the-art office space in Midtown.

"At a small firm you have a bigger voice."

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"I really appreciate how the MMP team values flexibility, cares about workers, and has a non-traditional modern way of planning and pushing the needle."

In 2020, Modern Mobility Partners was awarded Atlanta Business Chronicle’s Best Places to Work and Employer of the Year from WTS Atlanta Chapter. In 2021, Modern Mobility Partners won the Diversity Leadership Award from WTS Atlanta Chapter.

Modern Mobility Partners is an equal opportunity employer. We are proud of our diversity and embrace humans of every background, race, religion, color, national origin, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, and disability status. We are not in the habit of hiring jerks, even brilliant ones.


Take advantage of our amazing benefits!

Modern Mobility Partners offers its full-time employees some of the best benefits around, including the following:

  • Paid overtime

  • Health, vision, dental (including orthodontic) and life insurance with employer-paid premiums of 100% for employees and 75% for dependents (eligible for Health Savings Account (HSA))

  • Employee Assistance Program (EAP), including confidential emotional support, work-life solutions, legal guidance and 25% discount, financial resources, help for new parents, and free online will preparation

  • 100% employer-paid short and long-term disability benefits

  • 100% employer-paid life insurance policy

  • Employer contribution to 401k plan regardless of employee contribution with no max

  • Monthly cell phone reimbursement

  • Monthly commute cost reimbursement (regardless of transportation mode)

  • Paid time off (vacation and sick)

  • 13 paid national holidays and 4 floater holidays

  • 2 weeks 100% paid parental leave for mothers and fathers

  • Ramp Back program for returning parents from parental leave, including flex and reduced hours and free shipment of breast milk while traveling on business

  • Paid volunteer time

  • Tuition reimbursement

  • Compensation for active duty national guard members

  • Professional development opportunities, including guarantee of at least one 100% employer paid training/conference and professional association registration per year

  • Bonus for first certification/license at company

  • Performance-based bonuses

  • International work-related employee sponsorships


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Transportation Planning Intern - 2024 Fall Semester

Atlanta, GA (hybrid), part-time, temporary

Job Description

Modern Mobility Partners, a transportation planning and traffic engineering firm founded in January 2018, is looking for Transportation Planning Interns with interest in transportation planning across all modes, GIS, travel demand modeling, and/or smart mobility planning, such as new and emerging technologies. This position will assist our award-winning growing firm in the preparation of transportation planning studies, reports, and analyses. Specifically, the individual will have the opportunity to explore their transportation interests and work with a dynamic team to complete a variety of projects, such as:


• Smart mobility planning reflecting new and emerging technologies and trends

• Long range transportation plans, regional transportation plans, comprehensive transportation plans, multimodal plans, etc.

• Statewide transportation plans across all modes

• Transit planning for urban and rural transit systems, as well as fixed route and on-demand service

• Corridor studies

• Infrastructure funding strategies and revenue forecasting

• Federal discretionary grant applications under the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law

• Desktop scans (literature reviews) or research projects, such as for the National Cooperative Highway Research Program (NCHRP)


Tasks may include but are not limited to:

• Assist with research and studies in transportation planning including best practices, literature scans, and emerging technologies

• Collect, compile, review, and organize data for planning studies and / or travel demand modeling analysis

• Data analysis, including project cost estimates and revenue forecasts, return on investment, calculating project performance metrics, reviewing and processing survey data, etc.

• Geographic Information Systems (GIS) mapping and analysis

• Writing and editing reports

• Prepare PowerPoint presentations

• Communicate with Project Managers on status of task deliverables

Required Qualifications:

• Completed a Bachelor’s degree in City Planning, Economics, Engineering, or related field

• Proficiency in Microsoft Office

• Excellent verbal and written communication skills

• Experience in ArcGIS

Preferred Qualifications:

• Pursuing a Master’s degree in City Planning, Public Administration, Engineering, or related field

• Advanced proficiency in ArcGIS

• Travel demand modeling coursework

• Interest in programming and coding such as R

Send resume, cover letter and work samples to MMP.
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