The 22nd ITS Arizona Annual Conference is scheduled for Wednesday, September 30th & Thursday, October 1st, 2015 at the Mesa Convention Center.

Hotel reservations can be made at the Phoenix Marriott Mesa Hotel & Convention Center for $109/night using the code ITAITAA.

See the Conference page to review highlights from our very successful 2014 conference.

Upcoming Events

Saturday, March 21st – Social Event – Spring Training Baseball Game

ITS Arizona members are invited to bring friends and family to watch the White Sox take on the Royals at Camelback Ranch in Glendale at 1:05pm on March 21, 2015. Tickets will be provided at no cost for each member and up to 3 guests; additional tickets are available for purchase from the Camelback Ranch ticket office. Note that children 2 and under are free ‘on the lap’ with a paid adult.

Each ticket is for lawn seating and also includes $10 in Camelback Cash, which can be used to purchase food and beverages.  Facility policies and information are available here.

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Thursday, April 23rd – Joint ITS Arizona/AZITE Luncheon

Timothy Hall, Market Development Director for Global Traffic Technologies, will speak about the “Evolution of the Emergency Vehicle Preemption (EVP) and Transit Signal Priority (TSP) Systems“, including leading edge developments that leverage existing and future technologies.  Meeting registration information will be emailed to all ITS Arizona members in the next few weeks. 


January Technical Workshop on the ATCC

The first ITS Arizona Technical Workshop of 2015 was a big success, with over 60 members in attendance at the Mesa Transportation Training Room on January 29th as Scott Evans, VP of Engineering for Eberle Design, Inc. gave an introduction to the Advanced Transportation Controller Cabinet (ATCC).  If you weren’t able to attend or just want to review the presentation again, it is available for download, along with a gallery of photos from the workshop.  Keep an eye out for the next Technical Workshop in April, which will be a joint meeting with Arizona ITE.ATCC


2015 Future Cities Award Winner

This year’s local Future Cities competition came to a close with students from throughout the state presenting their concepts to judges and their peers.  There were many imaginative concepts and several teams were deserving of our award this year, but unfortunately, only one could win.  The winner of ITS Arizona’s award this year for “Best Future Transportation System” was awarded to Desert Breeze Elementary in Avondale.  The name of their future City is Island of Elements.

2015 ITSAZ Future Cities Award


2015 Future Cities Winning Project