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


FHWA Plans New Edition of MUTCD to Address Innovation, and Automated Vehicles

The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) announced it is pursuing an update to the “Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices for Streets and Highways”—the MUTCD—in preparation for the future of automated vehicles and to afford states and local communities with more opportunities to utilize innovation.

More details can be found online.


Employment Opportunity with MAG

Maricopa Association of Governments (MAG) , has an opening for a Transportation System Management and Operations (TSMO) Program Manager or Senior Project Manager/Project Manager.

The position is open until filled.

Full details are available online.


National Rural ITS & ITS Arizona Annual Conference + Exhibit – Room Monitor Volunteers

NRITS and ITS AZ Annual Conference is scheduled for next week October 21-24 at the We-Ko-Pa Conference Center in Fort McDowell, AZ. 

The conference committee needs volunteers to support the conference as room monitors. This is an very easy networking opportunity and will help make the conference successful. One may sign up for as many non-conflicting slots as you may like.

Please visit the signup genius website for more information and signing up for the room monitors.

Signup Genius LINK (

Please contact Douglas Noble of ITE if any questions regarding the sessions.


National Rural ITS & ITS Arizona Annual Conference + Exhibit In Ten Days!

National Rural ITS & ITS Arizona Annual Conference + Exhibit is ten days away!!

We would like to thank all of the sponsors and exhibitors who have already signed up for this year’s conference and encourage those who have not yet signed up to do so soon.  Please contact Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE) for Sponsorship and Exhibiting opportunities.

Make sure you have this year’s National Rural ITS & ITS Arizona Annual Conference + Exhibit on your calendar for October 21-24, 2018 at the We-Ko-Pa Conference Center in Fort McDowell, AZ.



  • Adaptive Micro Systems
  • Advanced Traffic Products
  • Advantech B+B SmartWorx
  • AM Signal
  • American Signal Company
  • Applied Information
  • Campbell Scientific Inc
  • Clark Transportation Solutions
  • CohuHD Costar
  • Comtrol Corporation
  • Daktronics
  • Eberle Design
  • Econolite Group Inc.
  • EtherWAN Systems Inc.
  • Fiber Shear by Cleveland Electric Labs
  • Genetec
  • GRIDSMART Technologies, Inc.
  • High Sierra Electronics, Inc.
  • Horizon Signal Technologies
  • Image Sensing Systems
  • Interwest Safety Supply, LLC
  • Iteris
  • JTB Supply Co
  • Kimley Horn
  • L4 Technologies
  • Mauell Corporation
  • Micro Traffic
  • Miovision
  • MSI TEC, Inc.
  • Multilink
  • Pelco Products
  • Sierra Transportation & Technologies
  • SES America
  • Siemens Industry, Inc./RUGGEDCOM
  • Simrex Corp
  • Southern Manufacturing
  • Southwest Traffic Systems
  • Summit Traffic Solutions
  • TrafficVision
  • Vaisala
  • Wanco
  • Westward Sales, Inc.
  • Zetron

LM Industries Launches “Fleet Challenge”

Like many other companies, LM Industries wants to put autonomous vehicles on the streets of world cities. But instead of going the Uber or Waymo model of showing up in a city with its own fleet of vehicles and its own agenda, the company is asking local groups to figure out how they want to use its Olli low-speed autonomous electric shuttles.

LM Industries is launching a “fleet challenge” that invites local governments, companies, and other interested parties to propose three-month use programs for Olli vehicles. The first challenge will be open to entries from the greater Sacramento and Phoenix areas, but LM Industries plans to expand the concept globally. The winner in each city gets what the company calls a “pod” of Ollis (between two and five vehicles) to carry out its plans.

“Autonomous vehicles are known by some people, but are still new to others,” LM Industries CEO Jay Rogers told Digital Trends. That uneven knowledge base made it difficult for the company to deploy is vehicles by simply waiting for groups to raise hands. Some groups would be further along than others, and some would make unrealistic proposals, he said. “That was backwards.”

Instead, the challenge asks interested groups to propose a specific use at a specific location for autonomous vehicles. Rogers said LM Industries chose to start with Sacramento and Phoenix because existing partnerships in those cities could help expedite the process. California and Arizona also have very permissive self-driving car regulations. Entries will be evaluated by a panel of judges including Rep. Doris Matsui of California’s 6th Congressional District (which includes Sacramento) and Sandra Wilson, president and CEO of the Arizona Commerce Authority.

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