Monica Suter on Engineering Careers and Interviewing Tips

Monica Suter

Monica Suter, PE, TE, PTOE

Monica Suter, PE, TE, PTOE – City of Santa Ana, Public Works Agency Design Section

Monica M. Suter has worked 24 years in transportation and civil engineering for both the public and private sectors. She is a Civil Engineering graduate from Michigan State University and originally joined ITE as a college student. She is a CA-licensed engineer in both Civil and Traffic Engineering. She currently manages an engineering team for the City of Santa Ana, Public Works Agency Design Section and was previously the Acting Transportation Manager for the City’s Traffic and Transportation Engineering to cover for a short-term vacancy where she also managed an engineering team for 13 years. Continue reading

Mini-Workshop and Luncheon: SoCal and San Diego Joint Professional Meeting (03/23)

Join the SoCal ITE and San Diego sections for a professional meeting at the El Adobe de Capistrano on Friday, March 23, from 9:30am to 1:30pm. The cost is $20 for students. (Meeting Flyer)

SANDAGThe key note speaker for lunch will be Christine Eary, Associate Planner SANDAG, who will be speaking on “Safe Routes to Transit and Data Collection/Modeling Work”.

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Why did the Chicken Cross the Road?

Trick question! Double-yellow line, couldn’t cross! 

Chicken Crossing Road

Photo Credit: Robin Loznak (National Geographic Your Shot)

ITE 2012 Techncial Conference and Exhibit

ITE Technical Conference and Exhibit 2012

Live Webcast of Plenary Sessions at the ITE 2012 Technical Conference and Exhibit

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