I am currently an undergrad student and will earn a Bachelors in Urban Planning and Development in 2012. I'm starting to look at graduate schools but am finding little information. I've looked at ACSP's Guide to Undergraduate and Graduate Education and Planetizen's Top Schools For Urban Planners but wanted a little more information.
I want to specialize in transportation planning and possibility with a combination of civil engineering or infrastructure. And preferably a school with more studio-based classes rather than lectures. My dream job would be working for the WMATA on their metro--I don't know if that would make much of a difference.
So, after that long explanation, my question is, what are considered the 'good' transportation planning graduate schools?
Any information would be helpful. Thanks!