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  • Transportation Communication Newsletter: A website to visit

    Below are a selection of news updates taken from the Transportation Communication Newsletter: (http://transport-communications.blogspot.com/) The transport communication newsletter is a frequently updated blog that hosts volumes of great transportation news. I have placed a permanent link to the website at the right hand side of the page in the section titled. “Transportation News Sites”. more >
  • Crash Tests Help Reduce Traffic Deaths

    NPR’s Brian Naylor recently published an article detailing exactly how the use of crash tests and the dummies involved help to reduce traffic deaths. The article also linked to a top safe vehicles list published by the Institute for Highway Safety that can be found by following the link within the article. The use more >
  • Election Nominees for 2011:

    District 6 Candidates for Office Candidate for President Edgar Perez Candidate for Vice President Alyssa Reynolds Candidates for Secretary-Treasurer Walter Okitsu Doug Smith Candidates for International Director Jennifer Rosales Nate Larson The Institute’s Nomination Committee has selected as their nominees to run for election to serve starting 2011: International President Robert C. Wunderlich, P.E., more >
  • Student Endowment Fund Spotlight: Nov/Dec

    Section President Craig Faessler: The Colorado-Wyoming Section had the honor and pleasure of hosting the Western District annual meeting this past July. Our local arrangements committee worked very hard to pull together another successful event for the District.  To kick off the event, the Colorado-Wyoming Section became only the second group to reach the “platinum” level of more >
  • President’s Message: A Year of Opportunity

    Michael Sanderson, P.E., PTOE Denver, Colorado was recently the scene of another terrific Western District Annual Meeting. Thank you to Nate Larson and Will Johnson for your leadership and thanks to all the hard working members of the Local Arrangements Committee.  All of us who attended enjoyed your Rocky Mountain hospitality  and I extend more >
  • Changing Campus Culture: Making the Bus “Cool”

    Union and Classroom Express Route Charles W. Huffine, P.E., P.T.O.E., A.I.C.P., and Joanna Morsicato Abstract Most colleges and universities are trying to solve parking problems these days.  People want to park near their destinations.  Parking supplies never seem to be large enough, and providing more parking brings more cars into the high pedestrian environment.  more >
  • Editor’s Corner

    I would like to begin by thanking you, the reader, for checking out this edition of the Western ITE Newsletter. For those interested in the contents of this newsletter, please note that extended versions of some articles, such as the informative “Making the bus cool” technical piece, can be read only on the online more >
  • 2009 Denver Awards

    Congratulations to the First Student Traffic Bowl Winners University of Wyoming
  • Section and Chapter Activities

    Colorado/Wyoming The Colorado/Wyoming Section of ITE had a busy summer!  The Section kicked off the summer with our annual golf tournament on Friday, June 26th at the West Woods Golf Club.  There were 82 players at this year’s Colorado/Wyoming Section golf tournament, and generous donations from our sponsors made for some great prizes and more >
  • Call for Traffic Bowl Questions

    ITE is assembling a database of questions to be used by ITE International, districts and sections in conducting student traffic bowl competitions. In the coming years, ITE is planning on conducting an Institute-wide competition among the student chapters, culminating with a competition among the district winning student chapters. Individual members, companies and student chapters more >