Latest Posts

  • Western District ITE Wear now available!

    Yes – you do see that correctly: that image is a close up of the official WesternITE logo embroidered on a polo! Prefer vests? Jackets? or even bags or camp chairs? If Lands End makes it, you can now get it with ITE logos, including the WesternITE logo! Check it out and sport your more >
  • President’s Message

    It’s been my privilege to serve as Western District President these past two years. The Board was quite active all year, allowing us to advance all five goals of the District’s Strategic Plan (student initiatives, career development, technical excellence, social/networking, and promoting the profession). The Student Endowment Fund surpassed its initial goal of $500,000, allowing us more >

Earlier Posts

  • President’s Message

    ITE by the Numbers by Mark Spencer As I wind down my tenure as ITE Western District President, I am thinking of many things. One item in particular is how unified we are despite the diversity of the Western District.  We often talk about ITE and whether it’s the same if you are from Albuquerque more >
  • Student Endowment Fund: May/June

    For the May-June spotlight, Cal Poly San Luis Obispo ITE shares the impact that ITE has had on their college experiences since their first years at SLO. Hear the thoughts of President Vanessa See, Vice President Brian Gaul, and Historian Brendan Lin on ITE and the Student Endowment Fund: Vanessa See 3rd Year Undergraduate, Civil more >
  • Keystone Annual Meeting Technical Program

    The 2018 Keystone Technical Program is shaping up to be one of the best ever.  Over 200 abstracts were submitted with a strong representation from both the Western and Texas Districts.  In addition to over 100 technical presentations we will have poster session on Monday during the morning and afternoon breaks.  Session topics include more >
  • International Director’s Report

    By Walter Okitsu, International Director The International Board met at ITE’s headquarters in Washington, DC in early January.  Institute staff reported that total combined voting membership and non-voting student membership was on the verge of exceeding the goal of 15,000. Financially, the Institute was rebuilding its reserves after showing heavy losses in 2015 and more >
  • President’s Message

    This month’s E-News features ITE International election results and an update on their activities, an article from our CA SB743 Task Force (from LOS to VMT, it’s happening in California and will likely happen in other states), a call for volunteers to help our Technical Committee review papers for the Best Paper Award, and more >
  • Spring 2018 WesternITE

    The Spring 2018 issue of WesternITE is on its way to your door! You can also read it online here
  • Student Endowment Fund: March/April

    Beginning this Spring, the Western District membership will now have an opportunity to hear directly from the students through the Student Endowment Fund Spotlights. On a bimonthly basis, student chapters are being invited to share with the District about what excites them about ITE and the transportation field and the ways in which the more >
  • Keystone Annual Meeting Update

    About Keystone The joint Western/Texas Districts Annual Meeting promises to be a great learning and networking opportunity for all attendees. However, the conference events are only part of the attraction. Keystone and Summit County, with beautiful green grass dotted with wildflowers against snow-capped peaks, plus a huge variety of fun outdoor activities and adventures, more >