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  • Student Leadership Summit

    As general chair, I’d like to invite you to the first ever Western District ITE Student Leadership Summit, to be held in San Luis Obispo, CA, February 15-17, 2014.  The Summit will be hosted by the Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE) Cal Poly Student Chapter. This will be a weekend for students from 35 more >
  • Five Student Chapters Selected for Data Collection Fund

    The Technical Committee, headed by Amit Kothari, received a total of 14 responses to the Request for Proposal (RFP) inviting student chapters to collect vehicle speed and parking data for under-represented land uses. Five proposals were selected by the Technical Committee. Upon completion of the data collection, analysis, and final report, the winning student more >

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  • Section and Chapter Activities

    Alaska Section (Provided by Susan Melton-Acheson) ITE Alaska Section Engineer of the Year was awarded to Gary Kaitson (Senior Principal Engineer, Kittelson & Associates, Inc.) Newly-elected officers:  Karthik Murugasen, President;  Nicole Knox, Vice President; Robert DeVassie, Treasurer; Susan Melton-Acheson, Secretary; and Josh Cross, Past President The ITE Alaska Section Pedestrian and Bicycle Committee has more >
  • Chapter Spotlight December 2011: Montana Chapter

    I am always impressed by how much the Montana Chapter accomplishes with few members spread over a large distance. Our membership continues to be in the mid thirties spread across our large state. The cities in Montana with pockets of members are separated by 90 miles or more. Over the past year, the chapter more >
  • UC Berkely Student Chapter

    UC Berkeley Student Chapter In 2011, the University of California, Berkeley ITE student chapter (also known as Cal ITE) has planned to host many of its historically successful events while working to branch out to new audiences. While Cal ITE has elections on a semiannual basis, the officer team for the upcoming academic year more >
  • Washington Section Activities: December 2011

    Washington Section It seems as though each year, the season continues to change later and later.  Summer didn’t arrive in the Pacific Northwest until August.  At least it bled well into September to provide warm temperatures and great views from the Alki Room of Salty’s on Alki to welcome this year’s first ITE Washington more >
  • Oregon Section Activities: December 2011

    Oregon Section The joint WTS/ITE April luncheon was held on Tuesday, April 12, 2011 at the Governor Hotel in downtown Portland, Oregon. The combined meeting featured guest speaker Raymond Mabey, ODOT’s OTIA III State Bridge Delivery Program Manager. Mr. Mabey shared an overview of the agency’s first experience using the Construction Manager/General Contractor delivery more >
  • Northern California Section Activities: December 2011

    Northern California Section   The Northern California Section began the 2011-2012 year with great energy and an ambitious agenda for the next year. Our new officers include Matt Weir as President, Jason Shykowski (Vice President), Angie Louie (Secretary), and Joe Anderson (Treasurer). Joe is the newest member of the Board, while the others were more >
  • Intermountain Section Activities: December 2011

    Intermountain Section On May 19-21, 2011 the Intermountain Section of ITE hosted its 51st Annual Meeting in Jackson, Wyoming.  With attendance approaching 130, the Section was pleased with the turnout considering the tough economic climate.  A strong technical program provided the foundation for the meeting and covered varying topics from innovative corridor improvements, project more >
  • Colorado/Wyoming Section Activities: December 2011

    Colorado/Wyoming Section The Colorado/Wyoming ITE Section held their 2011 Annual Business Luncheon on Friday, September 23rd at the Embassy Suites Hotel in the Denver Tech Center.  2010-2011 Section President, Greg MacKinnon, presided over the Section’s business meeting luncheon with 50 members in attendance. The meeting began with MacKinnon welcoming the luncheon’s special guests – more >