Please join us for our 13th General Meeting this Thursday, May 16 during U-hour 12-1 PM, in the Transportation Lab (17-2646). We will be hosting Justin Fornelli, P.E. as our guest speaker who will be discussing upcoming projects associated with SANBAG’s Transit and Rail Program. You can find his full bio below. Lunch from In-N-Out will be provided on a first-come first-serve basis. See you there!
Posted by Brad Plumer on April 22, 2013 at 11:02 am
Ever since the recession hit in late 2007, Americans have been driving less and less. Was that because of the horrible economy? To some extent, perhaps. But it’s striking that Americans are still cutting back on driving even though the economy is growing again.
“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!!)
Over 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 →
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.
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 more involved? Do you want to have access to a whole lot of additional resources? Do you want to attend conferences and other events outside of Cal Poly Pomona? So many reasons to become a paid member! Start getting involved now!
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Be able to attend the professional section meetings of ITE SoCal and RSBITE.
Be able to attend tech tours.
Be able to attend the Western District ITE Conference.
Have your conference cost seriously subsidized by ITECPP.
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Get involved with research and other projects.
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Please join us for our third General Meeting of the spring quarter this Thursday, May 2 during U-hour 12-1 PM, in the Transportation Lab (17-2646). We will be hosting John Chun as our guest speaker who will be discussing the “Overview of the Port of Long Beach Operation and Over $4 Billion Capital Improvement Program”. We will also be holding our upcoming officer elections for the 2013-2014 year so come out and support your favorite candidates! Lunch from Buffalo Wild Wings will be provided on a first-come first-serve basis. We look forward to seeing you there!
On Thursday, April 18th 2013, the Institute of Transportation Engineers student chapter of Cal Poly Pomona held their 11th General Meeting of the year. The guest speaker was Ms. Monica Suter, from the City of Santa Ana. Ms. Suter serves as an ITE International Director for the Western District and has been the past District President (full bio here).