Awesome Career Development Opportunity for ITE Young Members!!
A six month program pairing young members with experienced mentors.
Presentations and discussion about career-building topics such as:
- Politics and relationships
- Dealing with the media
- Charting a career path
- Basic financial management
- Business etiquette
- Presentation skills
- Leadership development
- Gender, cultural, and age issues and opportunities
Sessions at various locations:
- 1818 Club
- City Club of Buckhead
- Georgian Club
Program is limited to six participants.
GA ITE Mentoring Flyer
GA ITE Mentoring Program Application
- Applications due: July 23, 2104
- Program begins: August 11, 2014
- Program concludes: February 2015
Submit applications to:
400 Northpark Town Center
1000 Abernathy Rd. NE, Suite 900
Atlanta, GA 30328
Description: Come hear an update from Mr. Keith T. Parker, AICP, MARTA General Manager/Chief Executive Officer on the progress MARTA is making to improve the 9thlargest transit system in the country. Mr. Parker took the leadership position at MARTA on December 10, 2012. He will provide an update on current initiatives, transit funding, and three expansion projects.
When: Thursday, June 19th, 2014 from 11:30 am to 1:00 pm; Registration Opens at 11:15 am.
Where: 999 Peachtree Street NE, Suite 550, Atlanta, GA 30309 (Midtown – SE Corner of 10th and Peachtree), 5th floor gathering room. Easy access to Marta (one block west); Parking info to come.
Early Cost/Registration: $20 Private Sector Member, $15 Public Sector Members, $15 Life Members, $10 Students/Job Seekers, $25 for non-Members. On-line registration via the ITE website (link below) ends on Monday, June 16th at midnight.
Late Cost/Registration: Additional $5 if registered after above date; Walk-ups always welcome at the door.
Menu: Assorted sandwiches, chips, dessert, and drinks; gluten free option available.
Topic: Future of Transportation Policy and Funding
Description: Have you been following the discussions at the gold dome about the future of transportation funding? What policy changes might be forthcoming? Dave Williams, Senior Vice President of Public Policy, joined the Metro Atlanta Chamber in January 2011 and currently leads the Chamber’s public policy team as they work closely with business leaders, promoting policies that will improve Atlanta’s quality of life and infrastructure. Come hear how the region and state are considering addressing transportation policy and funding.
When: Thursday, May 15th, 2013 from 11:30 am to 1:00 pm; Registration Opens at 11:15 am.
Where: East Roswell Park – Recreation Center
Early Cost/Registration: $20 Private Sector Member, $15 Public Sector Members, $15 Life Members, $10 Students/Job Seekers, $25 for non-Members
Topic: Next Generation Infrastructure Management Description: A sensor-based and spatially-enabled system for next generation Intelligent and sustainable infrastructure management. Georgia Tech CEE professor and ITE @ GT faculty advisor, Dr. James Tsai will present his research on smart infrastructure condition assessement. The image recognition equipped van will be showcased during lunch. Additional information found here: Dr. James Tsai Presentation. Bonus: Dr. Mike Hunter will speak briefly about the status of the roundabout capacity project mentioned at the March Monthly Meeting.
When: Friday, April 18th, 2014 from 11:30 am to 1:00 pm; Registration Opens at 11:15 am.
Location: Georgia Tech Campus – Bldg #076, East Architecture Building, Room 123; 245 Fourth Street NW, Atlanta, GA 30332
Cost: Early registration prices through midnight on April 15th, then $5 more;
$20 for Private Sector Members of GA ITE; $15 for Public Sector Members of GA ITE; $15 for ITE Life Members; $25 for Non-Members; Free for Georgia Tech ITE Student Members
Parking: Map of Campus Parking Locations -
Map of Campus parking locations
Topic: The State of Roundabouts
Description: By now you know not to call them “traffic circles”. The wave of roundabout construction is fast approaching. Come hear about GDOT’s current progress on implementing roundabouts throughout the state from Paul DeNard (GDOTAsst. State Traffic Operations Manager). We will also learn about the proposed bow-tie roundabout interchange proposed at I-285 at Riverside Road from Shamir Poudel, Project Manager with Arcadis.
Student Chapter Traffic Bowl Competition: Are you smarter than a college student? Join us as three students from Georgia Tech compete with three students from SPSU in the Jeopardy style competition. The winners will represent the Georgia Section at the SDITE Conference!
When: Friday, March 14, 2014 from 11:30 am to 1:00 pm; Registration Opens at 11:15 am.
Location: Maggiano’s Cumberland, 1601 Cumberland Mall SE, Suite 200, Atlanta, GA 30339-3162
Cost: Early registration prices through midnight on March 11th, then $5 more
$25 for Private Sector Members of GA ITE
$20 for Public Sector Members of GA ITE
$15 for ITE Life Members
$10 for Students/Job-Seekers
$30 for Non-Members
Due to the pending Ice Storm, the GAITE February Meeting has been RESCHEDULED to FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 2014!
The Mary Mac’s location and presentation does not change. The speakers are looking forward to informing our record crowd (126 registered!!!) about Flashing Yellow Arrows.
If you have already registered, you should have received an email with instructions on how to change your registration to Friday. If you haven’t registered, you are more than welcome to walk up the day of the meeting ($5 late fee will be applied)
If the storm is worse than anticipated and there is wide-spread power outages (impeding our ability to communicate to you the meeting status), assume the meeting is postponed to a later date. While we would be honored, please don’t risk your life trying to make it to an ITE event!
Thank you! Everyone stay safe and warm!
2014 Legislative Appreciation Reception
Wednesday February 19, 2014 from 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM EST
Atlanta City Hall Atrium, 150 Garnett Street, S.W. Atlanta, GA 30303
We would be honored by your presence at this reception with Governor Nathan Deal, Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed, State Representatives and the Georgia Department of Transportation Board Members
Please Register Online for the Reception
We are jointly hosting 2014 Winter Workshop with ASHE Georgia. The 4th Annual Transportation Winter Workshop is a 1 ½ day event that is packed full of opportunities to gain technical knowledge and to network with other transportation professionals! As we get closer to the workshop, you will be receiving an e-mail with a finalized schedule (complete with speaker names and topics) and any last minute instructions to get you prepared to join us. Finally, don’t forget to book you room as soon as possible to ensure room availability and rates. The rooms will be released back to the general sales on January 31st.
For more information, including preliminary program, lodging information, and registration, please Click Here
Topic: FYI on the FYA yo
Description: The flashing yellow arrows are coming to a corner near you! You may know how to drive them (the public doesn’t), but do you know how to design them, time them, and the latest from GDOT? Come hear from our two speakers, Alan Davis (GDOT State Signal Engineer) and Tom Udell (City of Johns Creek Traffic Services Manager) about how to implement FYAs.
When: Thursday, February 13th, 2013 from 11:30 am to 1:00 pm; Registration Opens at 11:15 am.
Location: Mary Mac’s Tea Room in Midtown Atlanta
Cost: Early registration prices through midnight on February 10th, then $5 more
$20 for Private Sector Members of GA ITE
$15 for Public Sector Members of GA ITE
$15 for ITE Life Members
$10 for Students/Job-Seekers
$25 for Non-Members
Register Online Now
Download the December newsletter: December 2013
See the Jobs page for more information. Click Here
Accessible Pedestrian Signals Workshop
Wednesday, February 5, 2014, 8:30AM – 4:00PM
This workshop provides information and guidance pertaining to the features, design, and installation of accessible pedestrian signals (APS). This full‐day workshop is the product of a national research project that developed guidance on APS to optimize safe and independent crossing at signalized intersections by pedestrians who are visually impaired.
Please click here for more information.