ITE 2016 Annual Meeting and Exhibt - Expanding our Horizons

Frequently Asked Questions

Annual Meeting Mobile App
ITE, in conjunction with Expo Pass, is excited to provide a streamlined, easy to use, event app to access from your electronic device. With the app, you can view speakers and sessions, plan your event schedule, evaluate sessions, and access essential event details along with any last minute changes.

To download the app:

Once created you will receive an email with a 4-digit code to verify your account. To successfully earn PDH/CM credit from sessions and/or tours which you have attended, you must complete an evaluation either through the mobile app or using the online survey.

If you have difficulties accessing the mobile app, please see Zach Pleasant at the ITE Booth (Booth #209) in the exhibit hall.

Accessing the Internet
To access the Internet while attending the educational content at the Sheraton Centre, find SSID Sheraton Meetings and enter the password ite2017. The Internet is provided courtesy of AECOM.

Capture all Annual Meeting Content in Toronto
This year ITE will make Content Capture services available for the conference to its members. This means that all sessions will be recorded and the speaker presentations will be synced with the audio and “captured” in a format that can then be viewed following the Annual Meeting.

Content is available to both attendees and non-attendees. Purchases can be made in the ITE Booth (Booth #209) at the Expo or at the Registration area. The content will be accessible on ITE’s Learning Hub within one week following the Annual Meeting via ITE’s Marketplace. Please note: only the individual purchaser will be able to receive PDH credits. Pricing (US Dollars):

  • Fully registered Annual Meeting attendees can receive ALL content for $99.*  Price increases to $129 on August 11, 2017.
  • Full Package for non-attendees/other registration categories: $399 ITE Member/ $499 Non-Member.
    *Non-members who are fully registered for the Annual Meeting will automatically become members of ITE.

Ticket Refund Policy
Tickets for individual events are sold on a space-available basis and may be purchased at the ITE Registration Desk. No refunds are issued for unused tickets, whether purchased as part of a registration package or separately.

Payment Information
On-site registration and event fees may be paid by cash, (US Dollars only) check (for the exact amount only), or credit card (American Express, MasterCard, or Visa). Make checks payable to the Institute of Transportation Engineers. ITE does not accept Discover.

Cell Phones
Please be courteous to fellow meeting attendees: set your cell phones to vibrate before entering sessions. If you need to make or take a call, please step out of a session. If you need assistance with using your phone in Canada, visit

Participants are encouraged to wear business casual attire during the meeting’s technical program events.  Come to the Sunday Welcome to Toronto Reception in casual Canadian or Caribbean-themed attire.  Feel free to dress down and come to the CITE District Traffic Bowl and the ITE Traffic Bowl Competition in jeans and the Hockey Night in Canada Reception in your favorite team’s attire.

Videotaping and Audio Recording
Videotaping and audio recording of sessions or technical exhibits as well as the unauthorized use of ITE-copyrighted material is prohibited.

Consent to Use of Photographic Images
Registration and attendance at, or participation in, ITE meetings or other activities constitutes an agreement by the registrant to ITE’s use and distribution of the registrant or attendee’s image or voice in photographs, videotapes, electronic reproduction, and audiotapes of such events and activities.

Event Tickets
Attendees with a green badge, will be required to hand-in a ticket for some events and all technical tours will require a ticket. Tickets are distributed with your badge. Spouse tickets are distributed with the registered attendee’s badge. Please make sure to check for your tickets when you pick up your badge. If your tickets are missing or incorrect, please notify one of our registration staff.

Registration name badges must be worn while attending all technical sessions, social functions, and while in the exhibit hall.

Valet parking services are available at the Sheraton Centre for $50 CAD per day.  There is no self-park option for hotel parking.  There is an underground municipal lot at 110 Queen Street West (across from the hotel) that is self-park.

Individuals involved in developing, administering, and delivering learning events demonstrate high standards of professional conduct and do not discriminate against learners on the basis of gender, age socioeconomic or ethnic background, religion, sexual orientation, or disability.

The following program includes individuals confirmed at the time of publication. Information is subject to change. The views and opinions expressed by meeting participants are those of the participants and do not reflect official ITE Policy unless so stated.

Earning PDHs (Professional Development Hours) and CM (Certification Maintenance) Credits
The technical content of this meeting meets most state and provincial registration board requirements for P.E./P.Eng. Licensure, Professional Traffic Operation Engineers® (PTOE), Professional Transportation Planners®(PTP), American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP), Traffic Signal Operations Specialists® (TSOS), and Florida Board of Professional Engineers (EXP0003871).

To successfully earn PDH/CM credit for sessions and/or tours that you have attended, you must complete an evaluation. This can be done either through the mobile app or through an online survey. Via the mobile app: Use the instructions on page 8 to download the app. Select the session you are attending from the schedule and you will be able to complete an evaluation once the session ends. Via the online survey: go to ITEToronto2017. Sessions and/or tours eligible for PDH/CM credit towards PTOE, PTP, and/or AICP certification renewal(s) have been identified in this program.

As an additional service, ITE hosts the Professional Competency Record Keeping System on its website at The transcript confirms the guideline set forth by NCEES. This service will aid in the record keeping of all your professional development activities.

Please contact Courtney Day at 202-785-0060 ext. 140 or if you have questions about this process.

Family Welcome Center
On Sunday, July 30 from 12:00–6:00 p.m. and on Monday, July 31 from 8:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.,  ITE attendees and family members can meet in the Family Welcome Center (VIP room on the Concourse Level at the Sheraton Centre).  Come and get information and share thoughts about how to explore the great city of Toronto and the beautiful Canadian surroundings. 

We would like to thank Morrison Hershfield for sponsoring the Family Welcome Center.

Child Care
For those bringing children to the 2017 Joint ITE/CITE Annual Meeting and Exhibit, child care can be arranged through Improv Care. This local company will provide a babysitter for your hotel room or other space on an individual basis. To make arrangements or to find out more information, please visit the Improv Care website at If you would like to speak with someone directly regarding child care, please call Improv Care’s main office at 647-287-5433.  Please note that while ITE does not endorse any specific company, we are providing this resource as an available option for families.