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  • President’s Message

    Happy New Year! I hope everyone had a wonderful holiday season with their family and friends. As of January 1, 2020, we are now officially the Western District consisting of Alaska, Washington, Oregon, California, and Hawaii. I’d like to also officially welcome the Mountain District to ITE. It has been a long 1.5 years more >
  • International Director’s Report

    By Carlos A. Ortiz, International Director January 12, 2020 The ITE International Board of Direction (IBOD) met in Washington D.C. for our Winter Board Meeting on January 12. In addition, I attended Coordinating Council Meeting and Transportation Consultants Council Meeting. Our IBOD meeting was very productive with multiple items covered on both days.  We more >

Earlier Posts

  • Register Now for the 2020 Annual Meeting in Hawaii

    The 2020 Joint Western & Mountain District Annual Meeting will be held in Hawaii from June 28-July 1, 2020 at the Hilton Hawaii Village.  We received over 200 abstracts and are looking forward to a stellar technical program which should be available in early March.  Discounted early registration for members will only be available more >
  • Student Endowment Fund: November/ December

    For the November-December spotlight, Student Funding and Initiatives Committee Chair Kimberly Leung will be sharing updates to the District’s Student Initiatives, including new awards and funding allocations, beginning in 2020. The Student Funding and Initiatives Committee (SFIC) is tasked with promoting the advancement of the transportation planning and engineering profession by fostering the close more >
  • Website Header Spotlight

    City of Long Beach 3rd and Broadway Streetscape Project: Rethinking How a City Moves and Feels By: Min Zhou, P.E., Director of OC Operations, KOA Corporation In 2011, the City of Long Beach implemented the first cycle track in downtown Long Beach. To better connect with other new and in-development bicycle facilities, the City more >
  • RFP for Student Chapters: 2020 Data Collection Projects

    The Western District Board of Directors has approved up to $4,000 to be awarded to the student chapters ($1,000 each for up to four chapters) to collect trip generation and parking data. Additional information about this program and previous proposals and reports by winning chapters can be found on the District’s website at http://westernite.org/students-education/data-collection-fund/. more >