Hear from speakers with extensive experience in multi-modal transport planning and delivery in government, consulting and research. To find more information, please view the seminar flyer below. The event is booked out.
A generous sponsorship from Austraffic has enabled ITE-ANZ to offer financial support for young members to attend the ITE Annual Meeting which would allow them to interact and learn from other professionals. The aim is to contribute to their personal and professional development. To find out more about this opportunity, please read the flyer below.
A very successful Careers Seminar was held at the University of Sydney on 19 March attended by 70 students. Guests Sarah Zhang (AECOM), Arif Ahmed (Bitzio’s Consulting), and Colin Jones (Sutherland Shire Council) shared some of their personal learnings and notable projects from their experiences working in private sector and government both in and out […]
News from Washington, DC. The Institute of Transportation Engineers elections have been finalised. Mr Randy McCourt was elected as the 2020 International President and Alyssa Reynolds Rodriguez was elected as the 2020 International Vice President. Both will take office in January 2020.
The Mentoring Program for 2019 is about to be launched and we need your participation. This is an opportunity for you to give something back to the profession by helping someone who is just starting out on a new career. You will be able to share the lessons you have learnt and experience you have […]
Tuesday 19th February 2019 Hosted by Swinburne University of Technology Article by Jonathan Pravin (Traffic and Transport, Yarra Ranges Council) The February seminar demonstrated the importance of safer intersections for pedestrians, cyclists, and rural traffic. Additionally, the precautions and actions that we are taking as part of Towards Zero were discussed. Three topics were addressed […]
YOUNG ITE-ANZ “Build it, and they will come” and, indeed, on Friday, 21 September 2018they came from universities and organisations from around Australia and New Zealand for the inaugural 2018 Institute of Transportation Engineers –Australia/New Zealand Section (ITE-ANZ) Student Leadership Summit (SLS). Inspired by a vision to create a bespoke conference which engaged young transport […]
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 […]
Contemporary traffic engineers face daily challenges managing congestion, encouraging sustainable travel, dealing with parking issues and balancing the growing demands of stakeholders. The 2019 Traffic Engineering and Management Workshop will help you meet these challenges by providing foundational knowledge in traffic engineering and widening your understanding of issues in contemporary traffic management. Attending the workshop […]
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. The TEM Mentoring Program aims to connect students with established industry professionals in order to motivate, empower and encourage the next generation […]
The attached pdf below is the ITE policy statement on Connected and Automated Vehicles (CAVs). It expresses the ITE’s view on how CAV technology should be developed worldwide. However, it is mainly based on the USA context – where most of the technology development is happening. Any comments on how this relates to Australia and […]
The 54th annual conference of the Canadian Transportation Research Forum is on May 26-29, 2019 in Vancouver, Canada. The theme of the conference is “Change, Disruption and Innovation in Canadian Transportation: Navigating the New Normal”. In light of Vancouver’s role as a gateway and important seaport, all major modes of transportation will be featured. Similar to […]
The 2018 President’s Dinner was held on 13 November again at the Kew Golf Club. An evening of good food, wine and friendship was had by all. The guest speaker was Mr Michael Malouf, VicRoads new Chief Executive. Michael gave an interesting talk about the challenges facing VicRoads and its relationship with other state government […]