Feb
27
2:00 PM14:00

February Technical Webinar - Finding the Right Tool for the Job: A Safety Data and Analysis Toolbox

  • CBBEL - Lower Level Training Room (map)
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ITE is hosting a webinar as an event for the benefit of ITE members and guests. The event will be shown at Christopher B. Burke Engineering in Rosemont and 1.5 PDH's will be available to attendees after the webinar event. 

Cost:
Members - $10
Non-Members - $15
Students - $5
Sponsor - $0 (Please Request Code)

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Registration Deadline: Monday, February 26


The FHWA Roadway Safety Data and Analysis Toolbox is a great resource for many types of professionals: consultants assessing the safety performance of an intersection, municipal engineers determining priority locations for safety improvements, transportation decision-makers looking to provide recommendations to enhance safety management capabilities. 

The last two decades have brought significant advancements in data-driven decision-making, including numerous safety data and analysis tools. For many, this transition to data-driven decision-making represents a change in how they do business. While the new safety data and analysis tools support data-driven decision-making, identifying and selecting an appropriate tool can be a daunting task, particularly for those new to quantitative safety analysis.

The Toolbox fulfills the need for a centralized source of information about safety data and analysis tools. Its web-based interface helps users identify appropriate tools based on self-identified needs, capabilities, and resources. The target audience is a transportation professional in search of a safety data or analysis tool to support data-driven decision-making.

At the conclusion of this webinar, participants will be able to:

  • Identify their role within the overall roadway safety management process.
  • Use the Toolbox to search for available safety data and analysis tools.
  • Apply advanced search options to narrow the list of tools to support a specific need.
  • Identify appropriate tools based on current safety data and analysis needs and capabilities.
  • Compare the capabilities of different safety data and analysis tools.

Please contact IL ITE Technical Director, Kelly Dunne, with any questions.

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Mar
2
9:30 AM09:30

2018 Illinois ITE Student Day

  • University of Illinois - Chicago, Student Center East (SCE) Room 605 (map)
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The 13th Annual Illinois ITE Student Day will be held on Friday, March 2nd, 2018. Student Day provides an excellent opportunity to connect companies, professionals, and students within the field of transportation engineering and planning. Student Day starts with a career fair from 9:30 AM to 12:00 PM. Immediately following will be a luncheon from 12:00 PM to 1:30 PM, which will provide professionals and students the opportunity to network in a more informal and personal environment. 

REGISTER HERE

TIME:
9:30 AM - 12:00 PM Career Fair
12:00 PM - 1:30 PM Luncheon

COST: 
Students - FREE
Company Exhibitor Table  - $50 (includes 1 lunch)
Professions (Lunch only) - $20 (ITE Members); $25 (non-ITE Members)

Professionals:

An exhibitor table at the career fair is $50, which also includes one luncheon registration. All other professionals attending the luncheon are $20 for ITE members and $25 for non-ITE members. Please note that professionals do not need to attend the career fair in order to attend the luncheon.

Students:

If you are a student seeking an internship or full-time employment, or at the very least, looking to come away with a better glimpse of the transportation community, we encourage you to attend. The ITE Student Day career fair and luncheon are FREE for students; however, space is limited and a seat at the luncheon is not guaranteed, so students must register to attend. 

All other questions regarding the event can be directed to Ashley Hochstatter, P.E., ITE Director of Student Affairs, at illinoisite+studentaffairs@gmail.com or 815-252-5992. Registration deadline will be Monday, February 26th.

We hope to see you there on March 2nd!

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