The 26th Annual ITS Arizona Conference will be held September 24-25, 2019 at the Mesa Convention Center.  Register for the conference today!



ITS Arizona Annual Conference – Draft Program is available now

2019 Conference – ITS – The Path to Smart Mobility

This year’s ITS Arizona Annual Conference will be held on Tuesday, September 24th and Wednesday, September 25, 2019 at the Mesa Convention Center, Building C, located at 263 N Center Street in Mesa, Arizona.  

The theme of this year’s conference – ITS – The Path to Smart Mobility– underscores the conference’s goals of providing participants with a one-stop resource focusing on evolving smart mobility applications that are enhancing the multi-modal transportation options while presenting challenges and opportunities to the communities in integrating the technologies into public spaces. Elected and appointed officials, business and community leaders and emergency responders and public safety personnel will contribute to the rich dialogue while learning about the technical challenges facing the transportation community.

The conference program is designed to appeal to a wide audience. Program topics will interest those in the public and private transportation, transit, tourism, enforcement, freight industry, public safety and medical service professionals engaged in the operations, maintenance and use of our transportation system.

Conference Registration

Early Registration is now open, fees will increase September 1, 2019.



Sept 1

Public Sector Registration



Private Sector Registration



Student Registration



Registration for Sponsors and Exhibitors is also open.

If you have any questions, please contact Sanjay Paul at (480) 559-2623 or

Draft Program

Day 1 Worskhop

Day 1 workshop will include a Connected Vehicle Demonstration (V2I with Cellular) by Traffic Technology Services, Audi of America and City of Mesa.

In 2016, Audi launched the first connected vehicle application through their connectivity service, Audi connect.  Traffic Technology Services is the information service provider for the Audi system, providing technology that predicts traffic signal control operations.  Participants will experience the first applications: Time-To-Green and Green Light Optimized Speed Advisory.  Total time for demonstration is 20 minutes. 

Registration is required to secure a seat for the field demonstration . Please register at


We thank all our sponsors and exhibitors who have registered so far. 


Gold – Clark Transportation Solutions

Gold – Econolite

Gold – IBI Group

Gold – Kimley-Horn

Silver – Activu

Silver – AECOM

Silver – Eberle Design, Inc

Silver – Sierra Transportation Technologies

Silver – Stanley Consultants, Inc

Bronze – Flaggerade, A Smart Work Zone Company

Bronze – FLIR Systems, Inc

Bronze – Iteris

Bronze – Lee Engineering

Bronze – MSI TEC Inc

Bronze – Pepperl+Fuchs Comtrol, Inc

Bronze – Summit Traffic Solutions

Bronze – UrbanLogiq

Registration Gift – Rick Engineering

Day 1 Lunch – Econolite

Day 1 Lunch – Traffic Technology Services, Inc

Day 2 Breakfast – Iteris

Day 2 Breakfast – Stantec

Day 2 Lunch – Southwest Traffic Engineering, LLC

Day 2 Lunch – Y S Mantri & Associates, LLC

Room – Y2K Engineering, LLC

Room – Southern Manufacturing

Social Hour – TrafficCast International, Inc



Advanced Traffic Products, Inc


AM Signal, Inc

Clark Transportation Solutions

Cleveland Electric Laboratories


Eberle Design, Inc


Flaggerade, A Smart Work Zone Company

FLIR Systems, Inc

Gridsmart, A Cubic Company

Hill & Smith, Inc

Horizon Signal Technologies

IBI Group


JTB Supply Company


L4 Technologies

Lee Engineering

Mauell Corporation

Motion Technologies, Inc


Pepperl+Fuchs Comtrol, Inc

SES America


Sierra Transportation Technologies

Simrex Corporation

Siqura, Inc

Sky Bracket

Summit Traffic Solutions

TrafficCast International, Inc



Westward Sales, Inc


ITS World Congress 2020 – Call for Papers

The 27th ITS World Congress in Los Angeles, CA, October 4-8, 2020 will explore “The New Age of Mobility.” The recent explosion of new technologies and new forms of mobility are transforming the future of transportation. At a time in which we are focused on moving people, data and freight, how will we prepare for a future that is increasingly more connected, autonomous, shared and electric? The technologies that make our roads safer will also reduce congestion and greenhouse gas emissions and move us closer to a future of seamless mobility — one that is safer, greener and smarter.

For the 27th ITS World Congress, ITS America will be partnering with the Transportation Research Board (TRB) of the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. At the time of your original scientific paper submission to the World Congress, authors may identify if they are interested in submitting a full paper for consideration and peer review by the TRB peer review process. Authors of scientific papers accepted for presentation at the World Congress 2020 will be invited by ITS America to re-submit their accepted scientific paper directly to the TRB to be considered for possible publication in the Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board.

For more details visit:



ITS AZ Volunteering at Andre House

On Thursday, July 18, ITS Arizona visited the Andre House to volunteer for their nightly dinner service. The Andre House provides warm meals to those in need on six nights of the week. The ITS Arizona group of volunteers prepared the ingredients for the meal, cleaned the dining room, and served food to the guests. We met many other volunteers that make the dinner service possible on a regular basis. This was a great opportunity for us to meet other members of the community, learn to prepare a big meal together, and support the community. In addition, the ITS Arizona provided the Andre House with a monetary donation to support their ongoing service.

Thank you to all who volunteered with us! Stay tuned for more opportunities to volunteer with ITS Arizona.


City of Phoenix Employment Opportunities

City of Phoenix has two exciting career opportunities in their Street Transportation Department. The two positions are in the Traffic Services Division, one in the Arterial Systems Management Section and one in the Traffic Operations Section.

The Traffic Engineer II – Light-Rail Operations will assist the TMC Supervisor and the Traffic Engineer III in managing and maintaining the City’s LRT system’s operation and be involved in the Traffic Management Center’s day to day operations and special events. 

The Traffic Engineer II – Neighborhood Traffic Mitigation Coordinator will be responsible for managing the Neighborhood Traffic Mitigation program which includes full responsibility for the speed hump/cushion program and its associated budget.

First review of applications will occur the week of August 12, 2019.

SALARY: $55,203 – $84,074 annually. Candidates may be hired above the minimum depending upon qualifications.

Apply online on the City website.


ITS Arizona Internship Program

Each year, ITS Arizona sponsors an internship opportunity with a local agency or consultant. Our newest ITS Arizona Intern is Ioana Popovici, who is a junior pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from Arizona State University, planning to graduate in December 2020.

Ioana will be working with the City of Tempe’s Transportation Division and currently holds a position as a lead high school mentor with ASU’s Engineering Projects In Community Service (EPICS). Ioana is also a teacher’s assistant for ASU’s Introduction to Civil Engineering course and plans on earning a Master’s in both Structural and Transportation engineering with an end goal of highway design.

Ioana is passionate about everything surrounding transportation engineering and traffic solutions in Arizona and is very excited to be a part of the ITS Arizona team.