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PEOPLE IN THE PROFESSION
Member Updates

Catalina Echeverri, PMP (M), a project manager with Gannett Fleming, was
named one of 20 rising stars on ENR Southeast's Top Young Professionals list. In her
more than 10-year career, Catalina has been
responsible for managing intelligent transportation systems (ITS) plans, advancing
traffic management systems, and preparing
signalization and lighting plans, ITS master
plans, ITS specifications, concept of operations, and construction cost estimates. She
currently manages an on-call, districtwide
ITS contract for the Florida Department of
Transportation District 6 and the Lee County
Advanced Transportation Management
System Phase II Project.
Catalina is a member of the LeadershipITE
class of 2018. She is committed to driving
a culture of diversity and is an inaugural
member of the Connected Women at Gannett Fleming steering committee. She is the
chair of the Women's Transportation Seminar
(WTS) South Florida Chapter Transportation
YOU committee, co-chair of the WTS South
Florida Chapter Mentorship Program Committee, and co-chair of the Florida Section
ITE Transportation Planning Council. She
earned a bachelor of science in industrial
engineering and a master of science in civil
engineering from the University of South
Florida.

with the firm's Central Florida transportation groups, including Orlando. Michael has
been in the industry for more than 25 years
and was hired to support the growing project development and environment and
transportation planning practices in Tampa
and Orlando. His expertise includes urban
and regional planning, National Environmental Policy Act studies, traffic operations,
multimodal planning, and congestion management and mitigation. Previously Michael
worked for a transportation firm in Tampa,
supporting transportation services across
Florida and the southeast U.S. for state
departments of transportation and local
governments, including access management
and safety studies.
After earning a bachelor's degree in history
and geography from Gustavus Adophus
College, Michael earned a master's degree
in civil engineering and a master's of city
planning with a concentration on community and regional planning from the Georgia
Institute of Technology. In addition to ITE,
he is a member of the American Planning
Association. Michael is vice-chair of the
Transportation Planning Council for the Florida Section of ITE and a board member of
the Tampa Bay Transportation Applications
Group. He recently gave a presentation, "Evaluation of High Crash Unsignalized Locations
in FDOT District 7," at the Florida ITE summer
meeting in June 2017.

Anthony P. DaRin, P.E. (M) has been
promoted to Senior Vice President at Barton
& Loguidice, where he is a member of the
firm's Highway Group. He received his associate of science degree in engineering science
from SUNY Canton and his bachelor of science in civil engineering from Union College.

William F. Finch, E.I.T. (M) has been promoted to Engineer III at Barton & Loguidice.
William is a member of the firm's Transportation Group. He received his bachelor of
science in civil engineering from Syracuse
University.

Michael Dorweiler, AICP (M), a transportation planning specialist, is joining
Dewberry's Central Florida team as a senior
project manager. He is based in the firm's
Tampa, FL, USA office and works closely

William "Bill" Schultheiss, P.E. (M) has
been named Director of Sustainable Safety
with Toole Design Group (TDG) in addition
to his role as Vice President. In this new role,
Bill will continue his leadership in developing

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national, state, and local design standards
and guidance based on the latest technical
research and innovation. He will manage
TDG's research group and take a more active
role in the firm's Vision Zero work. Bill's focus
on holistic engineering practices will guide
TDG clients and staff as they continue to
innovate and advance multimodal design for
all users and communities.

New Members

ITE welcomes the following new members who recently joined our community
of transportation professionals.
Cameron Abedi (M), Hunt Valley, MD,
USA
Samer Alhawamdeh (M), Maryland
State Highway Administration, Hanover,
MD, USA
Cristian Alonso (M), Fort Worth, TX, USA
Prince Baah, E.I.T. (M), Indiana
Department of Transportation, West
Lafayette, IN, USA
Drew Banghart LLA (M), Jersey
City Division of Engineering, Traffic &
Transportation, Jersey City, NJ, USA
Michael Bateman, P.E. (M), City of
Poulsbo, Poulsbo, WA, USA
Robert Berryhill (M), Quality Counts,
LLC, Morrisville, NC, USA
Joseph Bervell, P.E. (M), Snohomish
County Public Works, Everett, WA, USA
Jordan Betteridge, P.Eng. (M),
Strathcona County, Sherwood Park, AB,
Canada
Terry Bidniak (M), Opus International
Consultants (Canada) Limited, Kelowna,
BC, Canada
John Lawrence Bisnett Jr., P.E.,
PTOE (M), Virginia Department of
Transportation, Roanoke, VA, USA
Matthew Bonacci, P.E., PTOE (M),
Virginia Department of Transportation,
Salem, VA, USA
Jay Bradley (M), Strathcona County,
Sherwood Park, AB, Canada



Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of ITE Journal April 2018

President’s Message
Director’s Message
People in the Profession
ITE News
Technical Programs Division Spotlight
Get Ready for Minneapolis!
Ethics Column: Responsible Engineer
Member to Member: Sammy Xiaoming Chen, Ph.D., P.E., PTOE, PTP
Where in the World?
Calendar
Industry News
New Products
Love My Hood: Kitchener’s Resident-Led Traffic Calming Program Advances Safety and Placemaking
Placemaking through a Traffic Signal Box Art Project: Effect of Artist Wrap to Cabinet Temperature
Shared Parking: Effective and Simple
Relationship between Geometric Elements and Wrong-Way Crashes at Partial Cloverleaf Interchange Terminals
Professional Services Directory
ITE Journal April 2018 - 1
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ITE Journal April 2018 - 3
ITE Journal April 2018 - President’s Message
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ITE Journal April 2018 - Director’s Message
ITE Journal April 2018 - 7
ITE Journal April 2018 - People in the Profession
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ITE Journal April 2018 - 10
ITE Journal April 2018 - 11
ITE Journal April 2018 - ITE News
ITE Journal April 2018 - 13
ITE Journal April 2018 - Technical Programs Division Spotlight
ITE Journal April 2018 - 15
ITE Journal April 2018 - Get Ready for Minneapolis!
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ITE Journal April 2018 - Ethics Column: Responsible Engineer
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ITE Journal April 2018 - 20
ITE Journal April 2018 - Member to Member: Sammy Xiaoming Chen, Ph.D., P.E., PTOE, PTP
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ITE Journal April 2018 - Calendar
ITE Journal April 2018 - New Products
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ITE Journal April 2018 - Love My Hood: Kitchener’s Resident-Led Traffic Calming Program Advances Safety and Placemaking
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ITE Journal April 2018 - Placemaking through a Traffic Signal Box Art Project: Effect of Artist Wrap to Cabinet Temperature
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ITE Journal April 2018 - Shared Parking: Effective and Simple
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ITE Journal April 2018 - Relationship between Geometric Elements and Wrong-Way Crashes at Partial Cloverleaf Interchange Terminals
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ITE Journal April 2018 - Professional Services Directory
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