ITE’s Seventh General Meeting w/ Guest Speaker Monica Suter

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Untitled1Monica M. Suter, PE, TE, PTOE for the City of Santa Ana, CA is currently an International Director with ITE.  She previously served as Western District President (2008-2009) and promoted the profession with her “Getting to ‘Yes’ With the Public & Elected Officials” presentation.   She manages an engineering team for the City of Santa Ana with 26 years of private and public sector experience.  Ms. Suter joined ITE as a Michigan State University student.   Since then she’s presented/published several International/District ITE papers, and served as a co-instructor for ITS Tech Transfer/UC Berkeley’s MUTCD Course.  Ms. Suter is a Signals Technical Committee Member of the National Committee on Uniform Traffic Control Devices and was an ITE Associate Member in 2011.  She is currently an APWA Associate Member.

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Transpo Projects for the Campus a Success! (updated)

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“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, published a half-page article on our work, read all about it!!)

DesignPicOver the winter quarter, a group of 20 students worked on several transportation-engineering projects for the campus. This was initiated last year, when ITE approached campus officials to identify what some of the campus’s needs are and what we can do as civil engineering students. We developed five projects: Roundabout Study, Intersection Study, Parking Study, Policy Position Study, and Traffic Control Device Database project. Continue reading

Data Visualization Student Challenge (via RITA)

Data Visualization Student Challenge

Do you have what it takes to apply data visualization for transportation investment or policy decisions? The United States Department of Transportation (U.S. DOT) wants to see what you can do!

via Data Visualization Student Challenge. (July 21, 2011)