Being an ITE Member not only labels you as a transportation professional, but as a transportation professional who is in touch with ideas, people, and resources at the international, national, and regional levels and who uses this knowledge to bring the best solutions to their local community.
When you join ITE, you join a local Section, a regional District and ITE International, all of which work to keep you connected to issues important to you by connecting locally, internationally, virtually and in-person.
Attend local meetings to start building your professional network.
Participate in the Matson and Hammond Mentoring Program to gain advice on issues and topics of your choosing.
Be a part of ITE Community online where thousands of ITE members help one another deal with tough questions and share knowledge.
ITE’s suite of communication channels not only keep you in the know, but help you sort out fact from fiction. As a member you will receive:
ITE provides high value learning opportunities through our Learning Hub and members get a significant discount on opportunities to attain PDH and CEU credit.
ITE is your source for a wide range of technical tools and answers to your toughest questions. We have a long history of providing recommended practices and informational reports and our resources are available typically at a 33% discount for members.
ITE Community encourages dialogue on emerging issues and provides member –to-member peer exchange of ideas and solutions.
Take the next step in your career by participating in LeadershipITE, our immersive leadership development program for those looking to elevate their careers.
Elevate your profile by honing your leadership skills at the local level through elected opportunities at the Section level.
Make yourself indispensable at your job. Join an ITE Council to expand your technical expertise and also stay abreast of leading practices.
Visit the ITE Career Center, post your resume or search for jobs and internships that are updated every day.
With over 15,000 members, ITE has a strong voice in decisions effecting the figure of our communities and our profession. ITE engagement with the U.S. Department of Transportation helps shapes new guidance, tools, and technologies.
ITE member representation on issues such as the Rapid Rectangular Flashing Beacon and it position on Connected and Automated Vehicles ensured the collective voice of ITE members is heard.