On Thursday, April 18th 2013, ITE Cal Poly Pomona held the 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 served as the District President in the past (full bio here).
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.
Exceed expectations with ITE March 4–7 in Pasadena, CA at the 2012 ITE Technical Conference and Exhibit. The conference is designed to support transportation engineering, planning and multidisciplinary professionals responsible for management and operations of transportation systems. The meeting content will address the application and performance of multimodal transportation management strategies to exceed customer expectations within today’s budgetary constraints. The program will also seek to link transportation operations with livability, sustainability and economic competitiveness. Continue reading
The ideas and principles within the complete streets movement are consistently evolving and progressing. Within the City of Los Angeles, for example, the Bicycle Master Plan was adopted in early 2011 and the Mobility Element of the City General Plan is currently being updated. On a state level, 2011 is the first full year since the passing of the Caltrans Complete Streets Act. Within these examples and more, the movement is experiencing increased momentum with an increased amount of on-the-ground projects. Continue reading
What: LA on the Verge of a Transit Breakthrough
When: Friday, February 24, 8am to 3pm
Where: Union Station, 800 N. Alameda Street, Los Angeles, CA 90012
Cost: We have a special price for ITE student members, let us know if you’d like tickets! (regular student price is $50)
Discussion topics include:
“Getting the 30-10 Plan Done”
“New Resources for Transit”
“A 2012 Transit & TOD Legislative Agenda”
“The Future of TOD & Lessons Learned in Hollywood”