Welcome! Find out more about ITE and how to join. Attend our meetings and learn from guest speakers about current and major transportation projects and innovations in the industry. Join us on tech tours and get an in-depth look at how things happen. Check our calendar for dates of upcoming events. Missed a meeting? Check out the recaps!
ITECPP was invited to join UCLA’s ITE Student Chapter on a joint tech tour at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) on October 25th. The students were taken on a bus and driven around the surface level of the airport. The … Continue reading
The Cal Poly Pomona Student Chapter of Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITECPP) was honored to attend the Science Fair EXPO on October 5. The Science Fair EXPO was co-hosted by San Bernardino County Superintendent of Schools and Riverside County Office … Continue reading
The Accelerate >> Los Angeles event hosted by the LA chapter of Young Professionals in Transportation (YPT) was a great opportunity to hear about big data and engaging the public. There was an overall agreement between all of the panelists … Continue reading
A Dodge Ram truck crashed into a guardrail, just as Caltrans engineers planned. At a cost of $250,000, the crash at this West Sacramento test track would be an expensive ride. But it’s a necessary one for safety. Caltrans engineers have … Continue reading
Another year of hard work. Check out our 2012-2013 Annual Report and see what we’ve been up to this past year! [or Download the PDF Here] (what we were up to last year)
“You guys just did several hundred thousand dollars’ worth of engineering studies for us, for free. Thank you.” – Mike Biagi, Director of Parking and Transportation Services for Cal Poly Pomona. (Edit April 2nd: The campus newspaper, The Poly Post, … Continue reading
On February 28, 2013, UCLA’s Complete Streets conference brought together students and professionals from the transportation field to discuss success stories and useful implementation tools for creating complete streets. A major theme of the conference was to address streets and … Continue reading
ITE and Chi Epsilon held a joint Resume Workshop where we covered resumes, cover letters, and interviewing. Here are the slides: XE ITE Resume Workshop Presentation Check out our calendar for upcoming workshops and other events!
Why become a paid member of ITE CPP, why pay that membership fee? Do you want to be the first to find out about internships and opportunities? Do you enjoy our meetings and guest speakers? Do you want to become … Continue reading
ITE Cal Poly Pomona held its 3rd General Meeting on Thursday, October 31. The guest speaker for the meeting was Vanessa Muñoz, P.E., a Deputy Director of Engineering at Willdan, with experience in transportation planning and traffic engineering. You can read more about Ms. Muñoz at http://itecpp.wordpress.com/2013/10/28/ites-third-general-meeting-w-guest-speaker-vanessa-munoz/.
Ms. Muñoz talked to members about a project she is currently working on for the City of Rolling Hills Estates (as the Project Manager and Traffic Engineer), which involved widening the roadway to allow for a Class 2 Bike Path, as well as improvements within the area. Ms. Muñoz also talked about the difficulties of a project, which could take a year to obtain an approval, among other issues such as finances and communication with designers and contractors. Before concluding her presentation, Ms. Muñoz gave advice and tips to members regarding time management and effectiveness as a Project Manager.
Among the General Announcements:
- Membership forms are here: http://itecpp.files.wordpress.com/2011/10/ite-membership-form-2013-1.pdf. Only $25 to join!
- RBF Tech Tour – Friday, November 15 (Limited to 15 spots)
- FHWA Internships: Contact Hector Salcedo at email@example.com
- We’re looking for help for the UCTC (University of California Transportation Center) Conference! Contact Hector Salcedo at firstname.lastname@example.org
- November 15th – ASCE/ITE Civil Day
- November 20th – RSBITE/SoCal ITE Joint Meeting (Kellogg West)
See you at our next meeting on Thursday, November 14!