A road safety campaign is being organised by Road Trauma Support Services Victoria in May 2019.
My name is Tyler O’Hare and I was recently awarded the opportunity, through the generous support of Austraffic and ITE, to attend the TRB annual meeting in Washington D.C in early January.
I was overwhelmed and nervous with the thought of attending a conference with 10,000 other professionals, however, in the space of 6 days, I had presented to a room of engineers, spoken with countless international experts, rode a fully autonomous bus, met the ITE board and even snuck a photo with the prestigious Traffic Bowl trophy!
Although the trip was brief, it contributed significantly to my personal and professional growth. The countless learnings I take from attending the TRB annual meeting will assist me greatly in my future development.
International President Bruce Belmore (on the left), Tyler O’Hare (in the middle), International Vice President Randy McCourt (on the right)
Date: Tuesday, 26 February 2019 at 9:00 am following the Breakfast Meeting.
Venue: RACV City Club, 501 Bourke Street, Melbourne
The workshop will occur across two days with a dinner on the first night and is aimed at, but not limited to, traffic engineers and transport professionals from local council, state government or consulting who are 1-5 years into their career.
Please volunteer for 2019
Transport professionals are invited to express their interest in mentoring Monash Engineering students in 2019.
This is a program offered jointly by Transport Engineers at Monash (TEM) and ITE-ANZ.