Traffic Bowl x 2! Two Days,
Two Competitions…Twice the Excitement!
- Canadian District Traffic Bowl, Sunday, July 30, 4:00—6:00 p.m.
- ITE Traffic Bowl Grand Championship, Monday, July 31, 4:30—6:30 p.m.
The ITE Collegiate Traffic Bowl is an annual, Jeopardy-style competition among ITE student chapter teams using transportation planning and engineering topics for the categories, questions, and answers.
Attendees will be treated to two Traffic Bowl competitions! On Sunday, July 30 the best student chapter teams from the Canadian District compete for an opportunity to take on the winning student chapter teams from other
ITE Districts during the ITE Traffic Bowl Grand Championship, held the following day! Come cheer the students to victory!
First Timer/Global Member Reception, Sunday, July 30, 5:00—6:00 p.m.
If this is your first time attending an ITE or CITE meeting, the prospect of mingling with more than 1,000 other transportation professionals is daunting for even the most socially outgoing among us! This reception is the perfect opportunity for first-time attendees to network in a small group setting, meeting other first-time attendees and key people in the organization. Come meet some new people, create new relationships, and on Monday ensure that you won’t be walking into a session full of strangers.
Sponsored by Neel-Schaffer
Welcome to Toronto Opening Reception, Sunday, July 30, 6:00—7:30 p.m.
Make new friends, reconnect with former colleagues and others, and make new and lasting memories. Our welcome reception features a Caribana Toronto-inspired fun and festive atmosphere. Add Caribbean flair to your outfit and enjoy tasty fare representing the best of Toronto’s multicultural diversity and refreshing beverages while networking with exhibitors. Additional tickets for guests are available for purchase.
ITE and CITE Awards Lunch with LeadershipITE Graduation, Monday, July 31, 12:00—2:00 p.m.
Celebrate the best of the transportation profession and recognize tomorrow’s transportation leaders! This event is highly anticipated within the transportation industry as an opportunity to hear about the achievements of our colleagues and friends.
ITE Town Hall Business Meeting, Monday, July 31, 2:00—3:30 p.m.
This session provides an open opportunity for discussion and feedback on the future direction of ITE using information from the ITE transportation professionals survey and strategic initiatives underway at ITE. In addition, the proposed changes to the ITE Constitution will be presented and discussed. Members of the ITE International Board of Direction will also be in attendance.
Facilitator: Jeffrey Paniati, Executive Director and CEO, Institute of Transportation Engineers, Washington, DC
Student Mixer*, Monday, July 31, 7:30 p.m.
An annual CITE event is open to all students to network and enjoy a casual evening with their peers.
Sponsored by Paradigm Transportation Solutions Ltd
Hockey Night in Canada Reception, Tuesday, August 1, 5:30—7:00 p.m.
It would not be a Canadian event without a tribute to its national winter sport—hockey!
Come wearing your favorite sports jerseys (hockey team or other sport) and share stories of great moments in sports’ history while enjoying sports pub food and refreshments. Additional tickets for guests are available for purchase.
On Thin Ice: The MiteY Race International Edition, Tuesday, August 1, 5:30—7:00 p.m.
The MiteY Race is modeled after the hit television series “The Amazing Race” in which teams of two people race around the world in competition with other teams. In our ITE version of this program, teams follow clues to “pit stops” where they must complete challenging but fun tasks. To date, the Western District has hosted seven MiteY Race events at Western District Annual Meetings and last year we introduced our event to the rest of the Districts at the inaugural MiteY Race International Edition event was such a hit that we have been invited to bring an additional installment of the race to Toronto. The theme of the 2nd edition of the MiteY Race International Edition is themed “On Thin Ice.” Teams will race through a number of “pit stops” located around the Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel with the first team to cross the finish line declared the winner. The Western District is proud to share one of the events that has become a tradition for us and hope you find it as fun and exciting as we have! Register at http://westernite.org/endowment-fund/mitey-race-2017-international-edition/.
Street Hockey Game, Tuesday, August 1, 7:00—8:30 p.m.
Following the Hockey Night in Canada Reception, head out to play street hockey. It’s a great way to get your competitive spirit flowing! Everyone is welcome to join regardless of hockey knowledge. We’re sure our Canadian hosts will be happy to provide pointers.
*By Invitation Only