Oregon ITE September SimCap Webinar
Modeling ICM/ATM Applications with Aimsun Next
Date: Thursday, September 23rd
Time: 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Presenters: Shaun Bready and Matthew Juckes, Aimsun
Moderator: Randy Johnson, Oregon ITE SimCap Co-chair
Aimsun will be presenting on the strategic approach to proactively improving mobility by combining machine learning with transportation modeling. Aimsun integrates planning and design with operations and maintenance for a more holistic approach to managing transportation networks. More info about the webinar and Aimsun can be found in the registration link below.
OR ITE Secretary/Treasurer -- Call for Candidates
Oregon ITE Elections for the 2022 term are just around the corner! If you are interested in running for Secretary/Treasurer, please contact Past President Julie Kentosh (Julie.firstname.lastname@example.org, 503.865.6051). Julie would be happy to answer your questions regarding the Secretary/Treasurer position or discuss other ways to get involved.
World Zero Emissions Day
The Oregon ITE Sustainability Sub-Committee encourages its members to observe "World Zero Emissions Day (Ze Day)". In 2008, founder Ken Wallace called for September 21 to be a day where no fossil fuels are consumed. The message, “Giving our planet one day off a year," has been translated into 12 languages and is observed in a range of communities. In observance of the theme and message for this day, Oregon ITE members can choose to use active transportation modes such as biking or walking, choosing to work from home, and doing whatever else you can to reduce emissions! Share your pictures with us at @OregonITE and tag it #WorldZeroEmissionsDay or #ZeDay. Let’s build sustainability awareness for the Oregon ITE community. Look for more events as we build our awareness campaign, including sustainability educational webinars and networking activities in the future. Please get in touch with Vanitha Murthy at email@example.com with any questions or suggestions.
Virtual Traffic Bowl 2021
We were all ready to throw a huge in person traffic bowl this year. Honest, we really were. We were even talking to the hotel. But it looks like the old delta variant said “Too Damn Bad” and we will be going virtual again.
Oregon ITE is asking you to mark your calendar for November 18th, 2021, for the virtual 30th Annual Bill Kloos Traffic Bowl!
If you missed the last year’s virtual Traffic Bowl, here's the setup: