Go! Exploring the World of Transportation

Go! is a free, not-for-profit, online magazine (e-zine) for teens on education and career opportunities in transportation. Go! aims to develop the transportation workforce by educating and stimulating young minds about the vast educational and career possibilities in transportation.

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Transportation engineer

Transportation of Tomorrow: The next generation of engineers

Pranamesh Chakraborty is a graduate student in the Department of Civil, …

Highway at night

Transportation of Tomorrow: Navigating big data

You hear the term “big data” tossed around a lot, but what does it really …

Powerlines along a road

Transportation of Tomorrow: A call to infrastructure

Whether you realize it or not, you interact with infrastructure on a daily …

Groundbreaking: Electrically conductive concrete

Imagine a world where fresh snowfall didn’t …
Tech Trends

Solar roadways

Groundbreaking: Solar panel roadways

The United States has over 72,000 square kilometers (about 45,000 miles) of asphalt …
Tech Trends


Groundbreaking: Taking traffic underground

When it comes to groundbreaking ideas, you can count on Elon Musk to have …
Tech Trends

Frederick MiKinley Jones

Frederick McKinley Jones: Refrigeration engineer

This month we’re talking about inventors …

John Boyd Dunlop: Veterinarian and inventor

Our inventors were more than just inventors?they were actresses, clocksmiths, …

Hedy Lamarr

Hedy Lamarr: Secret inventor

Hedy Lamarr was “the Angelina Jolie of her day,” starring in films from the 1930s to the late …

Life rafts

Maria Beasley: Engineering dynamo

This month we’re talking about inventors who wore many hats. That brings …

Old watches

John Harrison: Seafaring revolutionizer

You may have never heard the name John Harrison, but he belongs to the list of …

Ice road

Careers in ice road trucking

It’s time for another Go! Careers. But this time, we’re all the way up north in …

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