ITE is an international association that enables engineers and other professionals in the field of transportation and traffic engineering to contribute individually and collectively toward meeting human needs for mobility and safety, and promotes the professional development of its members. The NY Upstate Section consists of members located in the state of New York north of the northerly boundaries of Orange and Putnam counties.
2018 ITE Northeastern District Annual Meeting (RESISTRATION IS NOW OPEN)
Lake George, New York
May 21-23, 2018
There will be an Early Registration drawing to award a prize to one lucky registrant.
So get Registered ASAP for the best chance to win.
Also, Hotel rooms will be going fast for this event and Luxury rooms (Fireplace, Jacuzzi, Lake side) are the same price ($124) as the standard rooms. These rooms are reserved on a first come, first serve basis, so reserve your room now for this free upgrade.
Please visit www.ite-ned-annual-meeting.org for more details and to register.
2018 Northeastern District's Collegiate ITE Traffic Bowl
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2017 ITE NY Upstate Section Annual Meeting (Information Update)
Click Here for the Presentations
2017 ITE NY Upstate Transportation Achievement Awards
Transportation Professional of the Year Award: James B. Jones
Young Transportation Professional of the Year Award: Kashyap Revalli
David H. Bulman Leadership Appreciation Award: Christina L. Doughney
Transportation Project Award Winner: North Union Complete Street Transformation, City of Olean, New York
For regional events, please contact your Local Activities Coordinator:
Albany – Shelly Johnston (518) 689-1814; email@example.com
Buffalo – Jennifer Michniewicz (800) 274-9000 x-3012; firstname.lastname@example.org
Rochester– Adam Frosino (585) 905-0970 x346; email@example.com
Southern Tier – Jennifer Yonkoski (607) 778-2443; firstname.lastname@example.org
Syracuse – Alex Kerr (315) 457-5200; email@example.com
ITE Student Chapter News
An ITE Student Chapter has formed at the State University of New York at Buffalo. For additional information contact:
Dr. Adel Sadek, Associate Professor UB Engineering: (firstname.lastname@example.org)
SUNY at Buffalo
233 Ketter Hall, Buffalo, NY 14260