Section/Chapter Activity Award

This award is to encourage and promote involvement by Sections in activities to support the purpose and objectives of the Institute. It recognizes the overall quality of Section activities that may be either technical or non-technical in nature. It involves review of membership involvement in the section, finances, legislative activities, technical activities, student activities and recognition of members. Section Technical Reports are reviewed as part of this award. Prior to 1994, the award was issued as the “Section Technical Award” which focused specifically on technical reports prepared by Sections. In 1994 the award was combined into the “Section Activity Award”, recognizing overall section activity, including technical reports. In 2004, the Board created two section activity awards – one for those sections with membership at or above 300 members and one for sections below 300 members (targeted to encourage activity at all levels). The single best Western District section activity report, as determined by the Technical Committee, is forwarded as the Western District representative for a similar award from International ITE.

Year
Section
Technical Report Titles (before 1994)
2016 Southern California (Large)
San Diego (Small)
See Report
See Report
2015 San Francisco Bay (Large)
Riverside-San Bernardino (Small)
See Report
See Report
2014 Southern California (Large)
Riverside-San Bernardino (Small)
See Report
See Report
2013 Southern California (Large)
Riverside-San Bernardino (Small)
See Report
See Report
2012 Southern California (Large)
San Diego (Small)
See Report
See Report
2011 Colorado-Wyoming (Large)
San Diego (Small)
See Report
See Report
2010 Colorado-Wyoming (Large)
San Diego (Small)
See Report
See Report
2009 Colorado-Wyoming (Large)
San Diego (Small)
See Report
See Report
2008 San Francisco Bay Area (Large)
San Diego (Small)
See Report
See Report
2007 Colorado-Wyoming (Large)
Oregon (Small)
See Report
See Report
2006 Colorado-Wyoming (Large)
Oregon(Small)
See Report
See Report
2005 Southern California (Large)
Northern California (Small)
See Report
See Report
2004 Southern California (Large)
New Mexico (Small)
2003-2004 Southern California
2002-2003 Southern California*
2001-2002 Oregon
2000-2001 Oregon
1999-2000 California Border
1998-1999 Oregon
1997-1998 Arizona
1996-1997 Washington
1995-1996 Oregon
1994-1995 Oregon
1993-1994 Oregon
1993 Washington
Ventura/Santa Barbara Chapter
Developing a Uniform Method for Calculating Intersection Level of Service for Congestion Management Programs, Nazir Lalani
1992
1991 San Francisco Bay Area Traffic Planning for Seismic Emergencies, Gerald Robbins, Steve Colman
1990 Colorado-Wyoming Traffic Signal Design Practices and Standards in Colorado and Wyoming, Alan Danaher
1989 Colorado-Wyoming Traffic Impact Fees in Colorado*
1988 San Francisco Bay Area/Colorado-Wyoming/Northern California A Survey and analysis of Traffic Impact Fee Experience in the United States, Steve Colman*
1987 Colorado-Wyoming Trip Generation for Mixed-Use Development, Mark Schaefer
1986 Washington Flashing Yellow Protected-Permissive Signal Evaluation, Ron Cameron
1985
1984 San Francisco Bay Area A Study of the Use of Stop Sign Warrants
1983
1982
1981 Arizona Right Way for Wrong Way Driving, Nazir Lalani

* Also International ITE Award Winner