City of Phoenix has an employment opportunity in the Street Transportation Department. The Traffic Engineer III position involves the application of professional traffic engineering knowledge and skills to a variety of engineering functions including design, construction, and operation and maintenance of traffic signals, traffic signal systems, street lighting and related traffic management activities.
Traffic Engineer III, Job Code #21130, ID #30421
$66,518- $99,195 annually. Candidates may be hired above the minimum depending upon qualifications.
Apply online at City of Phoenix website.
The Mobility on Demand (MOD) Alliance, an initiative of the Intelligent Transportation Society of America (ITS America), is outlining its 2019 plans to coordinate and develop seamless mobility in the United States.
ITS America created the MOD Alliance to help determine what the future of mobility should look like. Its charge is to facilitate a system in which consumers can research, book and pay for daily trips – no matter what form of transportation – on one integrated platform.
To kick off this year’s activities, the MOD Alliance hosted an event on Capitol Hill yesterday featuring city, transit, and private sector leaders who talked about the benefits of mobility on demand, shared examples of existing and future MOD initiatives – including public-private partnerships – and discussed potential roles for Congress and federal agencies.
More details on the kick off in the press release.
More details on MOD can be found on MD website.
Engineers Week (E-Week) is celebrated annually as a way to recognize contributions in the engineering profession and reach out to younger students to get them inspired and excited about engineering.
ITS Arizona will be hosting this year’s E-week at Archway Classical Academy in North Scottsdale. We are seeking member volunteers to participate in the classroom visit to engage around 150 students with various educational and hands-on-activities.
School: Archway Classical Academy
Location: North Scottsdale (16648 N 94th St, Scottsdale, AZ 85260)
Time Commitment: 1-2 hours
Potential Dates: February 19 – March 15 (our visit may not fall within National Engineers Week)
If you are interested in volunteering please respond to Michelle Beckley (firstname.lastname@example.org, 602-443-8468) by February 6, 2019.
Southwest Research Institute® (SwRI®) is inviting college students to share their visions for the future of transportation in their 10th annual ITS essay competition. The winner will earn a $1,000 cash prize and a paid trip to Washington, D.C., June 4-7, to attend ITS America’s 2019 Annual Meeting.
This year’s essay topic: “How do you envision disruptive technologies impacting transportation systems to make them safer, greener, and/or smarter over the next 10 years?”
The contest is open to undergraduate and graduate students at accredited colleges and universities.
Additional details can be found here: https://www.itsamerica2019.org/studentessay