Carly Queen

Degree Program:
Dual master's in Civil Engineering and City Planning
Hometown:
Waynesville, NC

Carly is developing decision-support tools to help planners, engineers, and other community leaders identify appropriate transit technologies (modes). Through her research, Carly helps inform and guide communities toward more logical and sustainable transit mode choices. She also works as the Social Media Coordinator for the National Center for Transportation Systems Productivity and Management (NCTSPM) and as a Civil Engineering Intern for AECOM, supporting projects for the Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT) and other clients. Carly serves on the Board of Directors for Groundwork Atlanta and as a lead volunteer for clean-ups and as the Speakers Bureau Administrator for the Atlanta BeltLine Partnership. She founded the Atlanta Skyway project in 2013 to research the feasibility of adding aerial gondola lines to Atlanta's transportation system. She has received two Eisenhower Fellowships, as well as scholarships from Georgia ITE, ITS Georgia, and the Georgia Engineering Foundation.