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August 22, 2023
Steve Kuciemba to Succeed Jeff Paniati as ITE Executive Director and CEO
August 15, 2023
ITE Announces 2023 Excellence in Transportation Award Recipients
August 3, 2023
New Quick Bite on Two-Way Separated Bike Lanes at Railroad Grade Crossings Released
July 7, 2023
ITE Traffic Control Sign Inventory and CAVs Technical Brief is Now Available
June 22, 2023
ITE's Pedestrian and Bicycle Committee Releases the Decorative Crosswalk Informational Report
June 4, 2023
ITE Announces 2023 Young Leaders to Follow
May 22, 2023
Gibson Transportation, Inc., Supports ITE Diversity Scholarship in Founder's Name

ITE would like to honor and recognize the latest donor to the Diversity Scholars Program, Gibson Transportation Consulting, Inc., in honor of its founder.

 

Patrick A. “Pat” Gibson, P.E., T.E., PTOE, an ITE Fellow and Life Member, has long been focused on the professional development of promising young engineers and planners, teaching at local colleges and universities, running company internship programs, and serving as the ITE Western District Student Endowment Fund Chair. During his time teaching at the University of California, Los Angeles, Pat was named Outstanding Transportation Educator by the ITE Western District and was twice named Civil and Environmental Engineering Department Lecturer of the Year (an award given by the students). This scholarship was created in honor of all Pat has done for students throughout the years.


 

May 17, 2023
New ITE Photo Exchange Allows Members to Upload, Share, and Access Images

The ITE Photo Exchange is an exclusive resource designed to foster collaboration and resource sharing among ITE members. This platform serves as a growing database where you can upload, share, and access a diverse range of categorized images, perfect for enhancing your projects and presentations. The Photo Exchange aims to streamline the discovery of relevant visuals while promoting the sharing of knowledge and experiences within our community.

 

May 15, 2023
Korn Ferry Releases Job Description for New ITE Executive Director and CEO
May 11, 2023
Learn about the Importance of Bike Runnels with this new ITE Quick Bite

Runnels are used in bike-friendly cities around the world and known by various names including bicycle stairway channels, wheel ramps, tracks, gutters, push ramps and/or access ramps. While bicyclists use of stairs is no replacement for ridable paths and routes, sometimes stairs provide a more direct route. While a fairly simple concept, bike runnels can be deceptively complex and require careful attention in design to address intended users. This requires specific efforts to minimize adverse impacts to people using the stairways. Stair use by those with mobility limitations, older persons, or young children who depend upon access to the handrails, requires the stairway tread to be free of any possible tripping hazard.