What is ITE?

The Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE) is an international professional society with members in 70 countries. ITE is headquartered in Washington, D.C., and includes more than 12,000 transportation engineers, planners, and others responsible for safe and efficient movement of people and goods on streets, highways, and transit systems. Since 1930, ITE has been providing transportation professionals with programs and resources for increased knowledge and advancement. ITE programs and resources include professional development seminars; technical reports; a monthly journal; local, regional, and international conferences; publication of technical manual; and exchange of opinions, ideas, techniques, and research.


ITE members are employees of government agencies, regional planning offices, consulting firms, educational institutions, product manufacturers, university students and other transportation related disciplines.


If you are engaged in planning, designing, operating, managing, maintaining surface transportation systems and equipment, or studying transportation, ITE can meet your needs for ongoing professional development. Through monthly journals and technical reports, you will be apprised of research, applications, and innovations in the field. Annual meetings, conferences, seminars, and local section meetings offer top-notch technical presentations and speakers, along with social gatherings for informal sharing of ideas. ITE technical committees and specialty councils provide the opportunity to participate in shaping policies, developing recommended practices and establishing standards.


ITE is divided into 10 Districts worldwide to better serve its members. The New York Upstate Section is one of three sections in District 1. Currently, the Section has nearly 175 members.


Benefits of Joining ITE

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To Contact ITE Headquarters in Washington, D.C.

Phone: (202) 554-8050

Fax: (202) 863-5486

e-mail: http://www.ite.org




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Benefits of Membership in the New York Upstate Section

New York Upstate Section Committees

Committees serve a vital function of the Section that involves technical/social programs, student activities, professional development, and communications to the membership. The following committees provide members opportunities for professional growth, and advance the goals of the profession, while also assisting the Section in serving its members.