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  • Call for Papers Deadline in 15 days!

    The deadline for the Call for Papers for the 2020 Joint Western & Mountain Districts Annual Meeting in Hawaii is rapidly approaching.  Submittals must be received by Dec 20th, 5:00 PM (PST) in order to be considered for the upcoming meeting’s technical program.  We have already received a number of abstracts and anticipate many more >
  • Student Endowment Fund: September/October

    For the September-October spotlight, the ITE at UCLA and USC ITE student chapters would like to invite the District to the upcoming Student Leadership Summit, one of many initiatives supported by the Student Endowment Fund. This year, ITE at UCLA and USC ITE are co-hosting the 7th Annual Western/Mountain District Student Leadership Summit, one more >

Earlier Posts

  • International Director’s Report

    International Board of Direction Minutes By Karen Aspelin, P.E., P.T.O.E., International Director from the Western District The International Board of Direction (IBOD) of ITE met November 2-3, 2019 in Washington, D.C. The following are highlights from this meeting. Date “windows” were defined for all of the District annual meetings to avoid overlapping annual meetings. more >
  • President’s Message

    I had the opportunity to visit the Cal Poly San Luis Obispo ITE Student Chapter this past week. I’d like to highlight some of the wonderful things the engineering program and the student chapter are doing to encourage participation in professional societies and clubs. First the civil engineering department requires freshman to explore the 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 >
  • Website Header Spotlight

    City of Sacramento Parking Protected Bike Lanes By: Cameron Shew, P.E. The City of Sacramento has a Vision Zero Goal to eliminate traffic fatalities and serious injuries by 2027. One key component is to make cycling a safer and more attractive transportation choice for riders of all ages and abilities. To protect cyclists from more >