AZITE and ITSAZ are co-hosting a free webinar on High Friction Surface Treatment for Improving Highway Safety.
High friction surface treatment (HFST) is an emerging surface application/technology that has been proven to reduce crashes and the related injuries and fatalities. It also helps motorists maintain better control in both dry and wet driving conditions. The Maricopa County Department of Transportation used HSIP (Highway Safety Improvement Program) funding at two locations in Maricopa County, and project was successfully completed in December 2019.
City of Glendale has an exciting career opportunity for the position of Traffic Operations Electronic Technician. The Traffic Operations Electronic Technician performs skilled work in the testing, installation and repair of traffic signal and ITS equipment and in the design and maintenance of networking systems and test equipment. The position requires knowledge of the principles and practices and equipment involved in the installation and maintenance of traffic signals, controllers and ITS equipment, identify possible defects in traffic signal and ITS equipment and of effective corrective measures, perform the maintenance of electronic equipment and the use of applicable tools, meters and test equipment.
Salary: $49,446.00 – $74,169.00 Annually
Closing: 9/30/2020 5:00 PM Arizona
ITS America is excited to launch ITS World Congress All Access this week!
City of Phoenix has an exciting career opportunity for the position of Signal Systems Specialist I.
The Signal Systems Specialist I performs work which involves precise technical knowledge gained through training or experience to a variety of traffic engineering problems in the field or office. Responsibilities include technical duties such as signal timing and coordination; conducting traffic engineering studies; programming computerized traffic signals and controllers; maintaining the network for the central computer system for traffic signals; gathering traffic data and converting it to a usable format; troubleshooting and problem solving central control equipment, intersection signal controllers, auxiliary equipment including the interconnect system; implement new technology for the Advanced Transportation Management System (ATMS); and serving as a liaison between agencies involved in the construction and operation of traffic signals.
City of Glendale has an exciting opportunity for the position of City Traffic Engineer.
The City Traffic Engineer manages the City’s Traffic Engineering and Operations divisions. Performs professional engineering work in developing, designing, and directing the transportation and roadway systems management plan, transportation and roadway systems management capital improvement projects, traffic engineering, and transportation programs.