The following individuals are welcome to join ITE as a Member:
Any person in the active practice of transportation engineering or a transportation-related field and either:
Public Member (public agencies, educational institutions, non-profits, government employees): $260 per year + District and Section dues; Discounts for Canadian and International individuals.
Private Member (consultants, non-government employees, employees of for-profit companies): $285 per year + District and Section dues; Discounts for Canadian and International individuals.
For younger members, we offer graduated pricing to the age of 29. Click here to learn more.
Membership suspended? Click here to reinstate!
ITE takes great pride in our student members and we have a great history of working with our students to develop their skills so they can succeed as transportation professionals.
In order to become a student member of ITE you must
Students can join ITE as a Student Member and ITE will waive dues for the first full year of membership!
Have you graduated recently? Click here to learn about new Young Member Dues.
For cities, counties, states, provinces, MPO’s, and federal agencies, ITE offers discounted pricing on ITE membership if a minimum of 5 individuals join from the entity.
There are two options: the Traditional Dues Option and the Flat Fee Dues Option
The Traditional Dues option allows you to sign up at least 5 members at a discounted fee, that lowers as more people are added to the roster.
The Flat Fee Dues option allows you to sign up as many people as you like (up to ½ the price of regular membership) for a flat fee amount. This offers the greatest savings for the agency and pricing is dependent upon the population size of the city, county, province, or state.
For more information on agency membership, please visit: http://www/ite.org/membership/agency-members/
We encourage our Members who have made significant contributions to both their profession and in leadership through ITE, to apply to become a Fellow.
There is no direct admission to the grade of Fellow, and to be eligible, a Member must: