Easing traffic flow through intelligent transportation

Caroline Marshall is currently working to make transportation in the Atlanta area more efficient, a task which is important to cities around the world as urban populations grow and roads become more congested. Caroline graduated from Waterloo in 1996 with her degree in Planning and then pursued a Master’s degree in Planning from the University of Toronto in 1998. She is now a principal transportation planner with the Atlanta Regional Commission (ARC), which consists of 18 counties around Atlanta, Georgia.

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