TTI Assistant Research ScientistMobility Analysis
Texas A&M Transportation Institute
1111 RELLIS Parkway
Bryan, TX 77807-3135
- M.A., Transportation Policy, Operation, and Logistics, George Mason University, 2018
- B.A., Political Science, Manchester University, 2009
Brittney Gick is an Assistant Research Scientist with the Texas A&M Transportation Institute (TTI). She has over ten years of experience in transportation research at the federal, state, and metropolitan levels. Throughout her professional career, her primary research areas have been pavements, freight, metropolitan planning, and emerging technologies, such as automated vehicles and electric buses.
Prior to joining TTI, she was an Associate Program Officer at the Transportation Research Board (TRB), where she supported standing committees on policy, freight, rail, and marine issues. She also helped plan many specialty conferences on the same topics. Prior to joining TRB, she was the Asphalt Lab Manager at the Indiana Department of Transportation’s Division of Research and Development, where she completed asphalt and concrete research and also conducted extensive non-destructive bridge testing throughout the state. She maintains a Class B Commercial Driver’s License.Brittney is active in several professional organizations. She currently serves as a Co-Chair of the TRB Young Member Council for the Sustainability and Resilience Group and a Member of the TRB Standing Committee on Women and Gender in Transportation. She currently serves as an Advisor for the WTS-DC Chapter, where she focuses on women's advancement in transportation. She is also a member of the Institute of Transportation Engineers.