Events / Meetings

Virtual Drop In Sessions

 

ITE Virtual Drop-In sessions are a way for members to engage on a specific topic. These sessions are largely unstructured. There will be a short presentation by a member followed by a discussion, led by the presenter. The sessions are recorded and will be posted in the ITE Community for playback (available to ITE members only). 

Virtual Drop-In Sessions are currently on hiatus. They will return in 2022.

If you are interested in convening a session, please email pgoodell@ite.org.

Schedule (Upcoming/Past):

  • September 9, Pedestrian Sidewalk Design, Randy McCourt (Listen)
  • June 17, Trajectory Based Sensors Relative to Emergent Standards and Safety Applications (Listen)
  • June 15, Transit Stop Placemaking, Jacque Knight, CBB Transportation Engineers + Planners (Listen)
  • June 10, Managing Complex Traffic Issues for Bridge Replacements, Adam Greenstein (Listen)
  • June 1, What is A Speeding Problem on A Residential Street—and When Do You Apply Traffic Calming?, Pat Wright, Pennoni  (Chat Log) (Listen)
  • May 27, ITE Virtual Drop-In Session: Microscopic Model Calibration State-of-the-Practice: Where are we at?, Bill Cisco and Jongsun Wun, PTV (Listen)
  • May 20, Audi Connected Vehicle Applications, Kiel Ova, TTS, and Brad Stertz and Kamal Kapadia, Audi of America (Listen)
  • May 18, Intelligence from Connected Infrastructure & Connected Vehicles, Kiel Ova, TTS (Listen)
  • May 13, Traffic Management: The Building Blocks of Today, are the Foundation of the Future, Kirk Steudle, Econolite (Listen)
  • May 11, Driver Psychology and Speed Management - Opening Some Doors, Paul Mackey (Listen)
  • May 5, Special ITE Virtual Drop-In Session: How to Comment to the Docket on FHWA's NPA for the MUTCD, Randy McCourt, ITE Past President (Listen)
  • May 4, Bicycle Signals and Bicycle Signal Indications, Rock Miller, P.E. (Listen)
  • April 22, Use of Drone for Maintenance of Traffic and Congestion Management, Jacob Kaltenbronn, CBB Transportation Engineers + Planners (Listen)
  • March 30, Correlating Conflict Severity with Collision Risk, Alireza Anarkooli, Transoft Solutions (Listen)
  • March 16, Facilities for Active Transportation, Part 2, Marvin Ta, Pennoni (Listen)
  • March 9, COVID, Counts and Studies - One Year Later, What Do We Need Now?, Randy McCourt (Listen)
  • March 4, Effectiveness of Neighborhood Traffic Calming Treatments, Shawn Leight, CBB Transportation Engineers + Planners (Listen)
  • March 2, Traffic Safety – Are the Other Two E’s Pulling Their Weight?, Pete Yauch, Iteris (Listen)
  • February 25, Facilities for Active Transportation, Marvin Ta, Pennoni (Listen)
  • February 23, Speed Humps - Should They Simply be Cushions?, Randy McCourt (Listen)
  • February 18, Posting Speed Limits on Rural Local Roads, Pat Wright, Pennoni (Listen)
  • December 17, Traffic Calming and Inclusive Community Planning, Jen Malzer, City of Calgary, AB 
  • December 10, What Would You Do with Traffic Control Data?, Abbas Mohaddes, Econolite (Listen)
  • December 8, Vehicle Miles Traveled: How to Reduce it, Measure It, and Challenges Using It as a Metric for Sustainability, Krista Purser, Kittleson Associates (Listen)
  • December 3, Establishing School Zones, Marvin Ta, Pennoni (Listen)
  • December 1, Highway Safety Manual Analysis Using HCS’s Highway Safety Software Module, Behzad Aghdashi, McTrans Center (Listen)
  • November 17, How Do You Study a Crosswalk?, Patrick Wright, Pennoni (Listen)
  • November 11, Special Session in Recognition of National Traffic Incident Response Week, Adam Hopps, NOCoE (Listen)
  • November 10, Reshaping How We Engage with Communities, Kimley-Horn (Listen)
  • October 29, Traffic Signal Operations amid COVID-19, Whitney Nottage, P.E., PTOE, IMSA II, Q-Free (Listen)
  • October 20, Lighting Design Principles for Uncontrolled Crosswalks, Jesse Fraser, Carmanah Technologies (Listen)
  • October 15, Traffic Signal Change and Clearance Intervals: Advancing Research, Eddie Curtis, FHWA (Listen)
  • October 13, Update on FAST Act Reauthorization: Call to Action, ITE Advocacy Committee (Listen)
  • October 8, Improving Bicycle Safety to Overcome Various Bike Path Design Challenges, Andres Velez, Transoft Solutions (Listen)
  • October 6, Pioneering Drone Technology for Improved Roundabout Safety, Murray Allen, Marr Traffic (Listen)
  • October 1, Connected Vehicle Technology - V2X Using Cellular Services, Kiel Ova, TTS (Listen)
  • September 29: Correlating Crashes with Conflicts using Video Based Road Safety Analytics, Paul St. Aubin, Transoft Solutions (Listen)
  • September 24, How an Adaptive System Can Adjust to Unpredictable Traffic in a COVID-19 Era, Peter Marshall, Siemens (Listen)
  • September 15, How AI is Changing the Way Agencies Collect Traffic Data, Peter Siarkos, IRD (Listen)
  • July 23, A Look Back at Design Speed, Paul Mackey, Safe Street/Rue Secure (Listen)
  • July 21, Trail Crossings: Signs, Marking, and Lights, Marvin Ta, Pennoni Associates (Playback (Listen)
  • July 16, Status of Reauthorization Bill, Jason DeGray, Advocacy Committee and Mark Norman, Reauthorization Task Force (Listen)
  • July 9, Proactive Safety Analysis (Listen)
  • July 7, Multimodal Transportation Analysis, Dan Hardy, Renaissance Planning (Listen)
  • July 2, Cybersecurity and Traffic Signals, Joseph Gregory and Ed Fok, FHWA (Listen)
  • June 23, Technologies and Methods for Continuous Monitoring of Road Safety and Traffic in Multimodal Transportation Facilities, Luis F. Miranda-Moreno, Associate Professor, McGill University and Paul G. St-Aubin, P.Eng., Ph.D., Sr. Product Manager, Transoft Solutions (ITS) (Listen)
  • June 16, Workforce Development in TSMO, Patrick Son, NOCoE (Listen)
  • June 4, Decorative Crosswalks, Rock Miller, Rock Miller & Associates (Listen)
  • June 2, Innovative Data Collection, Convener: Ian Barnes, Fehr and Peers (Listen)
  • May 28, Vision Zero during COVID-19, Meghan Mittman, Fehr and Peers and Leah Shahum, Vision Zero Network (Listen)
  • May 26, Walking Audit Case Study: Hagerstown, MD, Matthew Ridgeway, Fehr and Peers (Listen)
  • May 21: Integrating Traffic Management Centers with Emergency Communication Centers, Pat Noyes, Pat Noyes & Associates (Listen)
  • May 19, Traffic Signs: Too Many or Too Few?, Patrick Wright, Traffic Engineer, PennDOT’s Local Technical Assistance Program (Listen)
  • May 14, Arjan Van Andel, PTV: What Happens to Congestion When People Are Not Willing to Go Back to Transit? Tools, Practices, Ideas and Mitigation Strategies (Listen)
  • May 12, Hannah McKnight, VDOT: ADA Compliance and Curb Ramps (Listen)
  • May 7, Matt Baker, Polara: Touchless Pedestrian Push Buttons (Listen)
  • May 5, Marvin Ta, Pennoni Associates: Vision Zero: Pennslyvania Case Study (Listen)
  • April 30, Randy McCourt, ITE International President: Early Discussions of Transportation in a Post COVID-19 Era (Listen)
  • April 29, Mark Masongsong, UrbanLogiq: What Mobility Data is Telling Us About COVID-19 (Listen)
  • April 28: Rudy Umbs, P.E., RSP2I, Tindale Oliver: What is the Effect of the Coronavirus on Traffic Crashes?  Now and in the Future (Listen)
  • April 22: Wen Hu, IIHS: Hardening Left Turns (Listen)
  • April 21: Patrick Wright, PennDOT's Local Technical Assistance Program: Crosswalk Consistency (Listen)
  • April 20: Larry Marcus, Forward Progress: Curbside Management during COVID-19: Shifts and Impacts (Listen)
  • April 16: Bill Schultheiss, Toole Design: Adjusting Streets for More Walking and Biking (Listen)
  • April 15: Patricia Tice, University of Central Florida: Traffic Calming 201-Concepts from Art and Psychology (Listen)
  • April 14: Aaron Lockwood, Carmanah Technologies and Melisa Finley, TTI: Addressing Wrong-Way Driving (Listen)
  • April 13: Patrick Wright, PennDOT's Local Technical Assistance Program: Going Virtual-Tips to Transition Your In-Person Training During COVID-19 (Listen)
  • April 9: Abbas Mohaddes, Econolite: Signals as a Service (Listen)
  • April 8: Mark Johnson, MTJ Engineering: Keys to Successful and Safe Multi-Lane Roundabout Implementation (Listen)
  • April 7: Bill Cisco, PTV: What's Trending in Transportation Impact Analysis (Listen)
  • April 6: Eddie Curtis, FHWA: Transportation Funding and Traffic Signals (Listen)
  • April 2: Randy McCourt, ITE International President: Proposed Changes by the National Committee on Uniform Traffic Devices for Setting Speed Limits (Listen)
  • April 1: Erin Skimson, Miovision: Benefits of Remote Work Tools for Managing Traffic Infrastructure (Listen)
  • March 31: Shawn Leight: COVID-19 Problem Solving (Listen)
  • March 30: Peter Yauch, Iteris: RRFB Issues and Applications in Florida (Listen)