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2018 ITE COLLEGIATE TRAFFIC BOWL KICKS OFF
By John Davis, P.E., PTOE, ITE Collegiate Traffic
Bowl Committee Chair
A trip to Minneapolis and the 9th Annual Collegiate Traffic Bowl Grand Championship is
the prize for students who compete and win
their ITE District Collegiate Traffic Bowl! The
winners of each District traffic bowl will compete in the Traffic Bowl Grand Championship
during ITE's 88th International Annual Meeting and Exhibit from August 20-23, 2017, in
Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA, which is also a
joint meeting with the Midwestern and Great
Lakes ITE Districts.
Each student team competing in the Grand
Championship will be given complimentary
registrations to attend the Joint ITE International and Midwestern/Great Lakes Districts
Annual Meeting and Exhibit, individual and
team certificates, and participant t-shirts.
The student team winning the Grand Championship will receive a plaque to display
at their school and a cash award of $2,000
(USD). Their school's name will be engraved
on the grand champions trophy, The Voigt/
Davis Cup.
The 2018 ITE Collegiate Traffic Bowl Grand
Championship will test a team's knowledge
in transportation engineering and planning,
but most importantly support fun learning
2018 District ITE Collegiate Traffic Bowl Season
District
Event
Event
No./Name
Date
Location
1. Northeastern
2. Mid-Colonial
3. Great Lakes
4. Midwestern
5. Southern
6. Western
7. Canadian
9. Texas
10. Florida
ITE Grand
Championship
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April 14
April 15-17
April TBD
August 20
April 8-11
June 24-27
June 2-6
June 24-27
June 13-15

Amherst, MA, USA
Philadelphia, PA, USA
TBD
Minneapolis, MN, USA
Mobile, AL, USA
Keystone, CO, USA
Edmonton, AB, CAN
Keystone, CO, USA
Ponte Vedra, FL, USA
Minneapolis,
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while promoting transportation, education,
and ITE. Over the next several months, student teams will compete at their District
Traffic Bowl to represent their ITE District in
August. The nine District winning teams will
compete with winning teams from the three
semi-final matches advancing to the finals,
where the winner will be crowned the 2018
Traffic Bowl Grand Champion!
The first District Collegiate Traffic Bowls
begin in early April. The 2018 dates and locations for the District Traffic Bowls are shown
below. Start planning now to get your team
together and prepare to participate! Information regarding the 2018 competition: 2018
rules and instructions; locations and dates
for the upcoming District Traffic Bowls; and
links to video highlights from previous Grand
Championships, are posted on the ITE website at www.ite.org\trafficbowl.
Since the District traffic bowls are generally
held at an ITE District or Section meeting,
plan to take advantage of the amazing
opportunities to attend your District's meeting and learn more about ITE, transportation
engineering and planning, meet prospective
employers, and even have some fun.
During the 2017 season, 73 ITE student
chapters and more than 250 students from

Coordinator Email
Ian McKinnon
Nicole Kline
Ryan Bush
John Davis
Richard Caudle
Danielle Scharf
Gene Chartier
Sean Merrell
Vishal Kakkad

ian.mckinnon@tetratech.com
nkline@mcmahonassociates.com
rbush@msconsultants.com
DavisJ@AyresAssociates.com
richard@skipperinc.com
dscharf@sandersonstewart.com
gchartier@ptsl.com
smerrell@browngay.com
vishal.kakkad@mymanatee.org

John Davis

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universities in the United States and Canada
competed in District and Section traffic
bowls. Since 2009, 110 student chapters
have participated in at least one Section or
District traffic bowl event, and the Traffic
Bowl Grand Championship has become a
mainstay of the International Annual Meeting and Exhibit!
In another outstanding effort, the Cal Poly
San Luis Obispo team was declared the 2017
Grand Champion and received the $2,000
(US) prize. They are the first school to have
their name added for a second time to the
Voigt/Davis Cup, the trophy of the ITE Collegiate Traffic Bowl Grand Championship. Texas
and Clemson finished second and third,
respectively. It was the second appearance in
the final match for both Clemson and Texas!
If you would like to get involved to prepare
clues, conduct events, and contribute to
our wonderful transportation profession,
please contact your District's traffic bowl
coordinator.
The Collegiate Traffic Bowl program was
created by the ITE International Board of
Direction to foster competition between
student chapters and increase awareness
and participation of students in ITE. The
objectives of the ITE Collegiate Traffic Bowl
are to encourage students to become more
active members in ITE, to enhance their
knowledge of the traffic/transportation
engineering and planning profession and
ITE itself, and to strengthen the programs of
the ITE student chapters. Finally, we hope all
attendees, students and professionals have
fun. See you in Minneapolis! Follow us at
@ITETrafficBowl. itej

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

President’s Message
Director’s Message
People in the Profession
News
Op/Ed: Why the Uptick in Toll Roads?
Op/Ed: The P3 Paradox
Where in the World?
Calendar
2018 ITE Collegiate Traffic Bowl Kicks Off
Technical Programs Division Spotlight
Member to Member: Gary F. Duncan
Member to Member: Kate Whitfield, P.Eng., MCIP, RPP
New Products
Industry News
Breaking Barriers to Bike Share: Lessons on Bike Share Equity
The Value of Vanpooling as a Strategic, Cost-effective, and Sustainable Transportation Option
Delivering Impactful Projects Quickly and Effectively
Trip and Parking Generation for Shopping Centers in Jordan
Professional Services Directory
ITE Journal February 2018 - 1
ITE Journal February 2018 - 2
ITE Journal February 2018 - 3
ITE Journal February 2018 - President’s Message
ITE Journal February 2018 - 5
ITE Journal February 2018 - Director’s Message
ITE Journal February 2018 - 7
ITE Journal February 2018 - People in the Profession
ITE Journal February 2018 - 9
ITE Journal February 2018 - News
ITE Journal February 2018 - 11
ITE Journal February 2018 - 12
ITE Journal February 2018 - 13
ITE Journal February 2018 - Op/Ed: Why the Uptick in Toll Roads?
ITE Journal February 2018 - 15
ITE Journal February 2018 - Op/Ed: The P3 Paradox
ITE Journal February 2018 - 17
ITE Journal February 2018 - 18
ITE Journal February 2018 - 19
ITE Journal February 2018 - Calendar
ITE Journal February 2018 - 21
ITE Journal February 2018 - 2018 ITE Collegiate Traffic Bowl Kicks Off
ITE Journal February 2018 - Technical Programs Division Spotlight
ITE Journal February 2018 - Member to Member: Gary F. Duncan
ITE Journal February 2018 - 25
ITE Journal February 2018 - Member to Member: Kate Whitfield, P.Eng., MCIP, RPP
ITE Journal February 2018 - 27
ITE Journal February 2018 - Industry News
ITE Journal February 2018 - 29
ITE Journal February 2018 - 30
ITE Journal February 2018 - Breaking Barriers to Bike Share: Lessons on Bike Share Equity
ITE Journal February 2018 - 32
ITE Journal February 2018 - 33
ITE Journal February 2018 - 34
ITE Journal February 2018 - 35
ITE Journal February 2018 - The Value of Vanpooling as a Strategic, Cost-effective, and Sustainable Transportation Option
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ITE Journal February 2018 - 38
ITE Journal February 2018 - 39
ITE Journal February 2018 - Delivering Impactful Projects Quickly and Effectively
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ITE Journal February 2018 - 44
ITE Journal February 2018 - Trip and Parking Generation for Shopping Centers in Jordan
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ITE Journal February 2018 - 49
ITE Journal February 2018 - Professional Services Directory
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