Monica 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.
It’s time to go to our professional meetings again! Here’s the information so you can get to know professionals and network!
- SoCal ITE Meeting
- RSBITE Meeting
We hope you take up this amazing opportunity and we hope to see you there! ITECPP members who attends will be reimbursed with proof of attendance by ITECPP!!
The 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”.
Join the Riverside – San Bernardino and SoCal ITE sections for a professional meeting at the Restaurant at Kellogg Ranch on Tuesday, November 16, from 11:30am to 1:30pm. The cost is $10 for students.(Meeting Flyer)
The key speaker will be Jim Curry, Associate Vice President, Iteris Inc. who will be speaking on “Recent Developments in the Los Angeles Countywide Metro Rapid Signal Priority Program”.
Iteris is currently under contract with the Los Angeles County Metro for the design, deployment, and on-going maintenance of bus signal priority systems along seven Metro rapid corridors in Los Angeles County. Under this contract, Iteris works side by side with Metro’s project management team, the Los Angeles County Department of Public Works and local agencies to deploy state-of-the-art Connected Bus technology including on-board GPS-based AVL and bus radio systems, wireless bus-tointersection communications, and updated controller software to speed Metro Rapid buses along their routes in Los Angeles County.
See you there!
This week ITE has two professional meetings you can attend (see below for all the details)! Not only can you earn points towards the ITE Conference in Santa Barbara (remember, the people with the most points will receive financial aid to go to the conference), but it’s a great opportunity to network with professionals and see what’s going on in the industry! Also, for those of you initiating into Chi Epsilon, these meetings count as Social Events.