Traffic Engineer Intern - Summer 2023

Job Locations US-NJ-Warren
# of Openings
Students/Recent Graduates


Atlantic Traffic & Design Engineering, LLC is an affiliate of the Bohler group of companies. Atlantic Traffic & Design Engineering provides specialized Civil Engineering Consulting Services in the field of Traffic and Transportation Engineering. Our firm has completed thousands of projects throughout the Eastern United States for a variety of corporate, private, institutional, and municipal/public clients. The team is headed by seasoned Professional Engineers with over 100 years of combined experience, and is supported by expert staff positioned throughout our vast service area. Our offices provide local hands-on knowledge of access criteria, design standards, specifications and permitting requirements.  Our reputation is built on quality and quality is everything to us.   


  • Prepare elements within Traffic Impact Analyses (including field work/traffic counts, projection of traffic volumes, trip generation/distribution, and Level of Service calculations)
  • Prepare drawing revisions and concepts using AutoCAD
  • Conduct field measurements of intersections, roadways, and parking lots
  • Photograph study areas and vehicle operations
  • Prepare permit application documentation, review letter responses and submittal packages for agency reviews
  • Other miscellaneous traffic related office and field duties as required to meet project specific needs


  • Pursuing Bachelor's or Masters’ Degree in Civil Engineering or related field
  • Effective written and communication skills
  • Self-starter who can work independently and with team members

Atlantic Traffic & Design Engineering is an equal opportunity employer and affords equal opportunity to all applicants and employees for all positions without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, disability, veteran status or any other status protected under local, state or federal laws.




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