Scott Miller, Ratna Korepella and Jamie Blakeman from ITS Arizona participated as judges for the Future Cities Competition in January 2014. The Best Future Transportation System award was awarded to Maricopa Wells Middle School.
Congratulations Maricopa Wells Middle School!!!
Thanks to everyone that attended the ITS AZ/ITE Holiday Party at the Tempe Center for the Arts. A silent auction was held to raise money for the Chrysalis Shelter. Pictures from the event can be viewed at http://jeffjenq.zenfolio.com/holiday.
See you next year to Enjoy Drinks, Snacks, and Good Times!!! SAVE THE DATE – 12/11/14
ITS America is proud to host for the first time in its history, the ITS World Congress in the birthplace of America’s auto industry, Detroit, Michigan, September 7-11, 2014. Join us and the world’s leading transportation policy makers, researchers, high-tech innovators, engineers, and business professionals from more than 65 countries as we gather with the goal of bringing greater levels of safety, efficiency, sustainability and connectivity to transportation systems worldwide and strive to Reinvent Transportation in our Connected World.
Registration is now open. Be amongst the expected 10,000 transportation professionals that will descend on Detroit later this year.
New Online Training: Free for U.S. local, state, regional, metropolitan, and federal government agencies – use sponsor code PCB when you register. Otherwise, $250 each. All course materials are on-line but students have access to course instructors through pre-scheduled conference calls.
For more information, contact Denise Twisdale (301-405-6323) or Kathy Frankle (410-414-2925).
Consortium for ITS Training and Education (CITE) is now accepting registrations for the following online, BLENDED (instructor-led) courses:
Improving Highway Safety with ITS (May 2 through June 21, 2014) 1.0 CEUs
This course aims to increase awareness of the benefits to be gained through the deployment of ITS for highway safety applications. Throughout the course, a series of “hands on” activities leads participants from identification and prioritization of highway safety priority areas to formulation of organization- and individual-level actions to mitigate the challenges at hand.
|Managing High Technology Projects in Transportation||September – October 2014|
|Principles and Tools of Road Weather Management||September – October 2014|
|Introduction to Systems Engineering||October – December 2014|
|Road Weather Information Systems (RWIS)||October – December 2014|