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Introducing ITE’s New Curbside Management Practitioners’ Guide – Free!
Dec 18 @ 3:00 pm – 4:30 pm

In support of the key challenges and opportunities for cities in this technical realm, ITE’s new Curbside Management Practitioners’ Guide provides guidance on best practices for curb space allocation policy and implementation based primarily upon the outcomes of tested strategies. It presents a framework and toolbox for analyzing and optimizing curb space in this time of change with the aim of prioritizing and maximizing community values and safety. The goal is to provide practitioners the tools and reference material needed to make decisions pertaining to the allocation of curb space. This includes planning and implementation considerations for curbside management or sharing, policy development, prioritization, available tools and treatments, and evaluation metrics. The tools applied must match the policy goals; the policy decision about which curb uses to prioritize is almost always more important than the tool or technology used to implement it.

This webinar will introduce the new guide and present several case studies of cities with active curb space management policies, programs, and/or design efforts.

Register Here

2019 Student Leadership Summit @ UC Berkeley
Jan 25 – Jan 27 all-day

The UC Berkeley (Cal) ITE Student Chapter is very excited to host the 6th annual 2019 Student Leadership Summit (SLS).  SLS 2019 will take place on the weekend of January 25th – 27th on the UC Berkeley Campus and the surrounding area in Berkeley, California.

They are expecting up to 150 students to attend from around 20 universities as well as many professional from the public, private, and academic sectors.  Home to some of the biggest public and private transportation agencies and academic research, UC Berkeley is at the center of one of the biggest and most innovative transportation communities in the world, and Cal ITE’s SLS offers a unique mix of opportunities for students to build their leadership and technical skills.

Some of the fun activities to look forward to:

  • Presentations by both industry and academic professionals:
    • Sustainability panel on AVs.
    • Technical presentations on transportation engineering and planning
  • Technical, professional, and leadership development
    • Mock speed interviews and resume workshops with industry professionals
    • Student Team Competition
  • Networking opportunities with both professionals and other students:
    • Friday Night Social
    • Small group Q&A’s between professionals and students
    • Plenty of other opportunities to meet and socialize with students and friends from other ITE student chapters

Here is the link to the SLS website and registration form:

Agenda for the Summit is HERE.

NM TransCon – April 24-26, 2019 @ Las Cruces Convention Center
Apr 24 – Apr 26 all-day