TRAC engages middle- and high-school students in hands-on learning about the transportation field. It attracts future planners, engineers, environmental scientists and professionals to carry out our mission: open roads to opportunity and move Maryland.
Dr. Richard Woo (right), director of the MDOT SHA Office of Policy and Research, evaluates a student submission at a TRAC competition.
MDOT SHA is actively recruiting new TRAC schools. Interested? Please contact Nicole Stafford, Maryland TRAC Program Manager, 410-545-8713,
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Program Provides Students Opportunities to Apply Math and Science Principles to Real-World Transportation and Civil Engineering Challenges
All three TRAC finalist teams are Chesapeake Lighthouse Foundation (CLF) students, representing Chesapeake Science Point (CSP) in Hanover and Chesapeake Math and IT (CMIT) North Middle School in Laurel.
For the First Time, Students from Maryland Will Have Teams in all Age Divisions of the AASHTO National TRAC Bridge Challenge; STEM Curriculum Expands to Elementary Schools with RIDES
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