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The need for bicyclists to know that the traffic signal has detected
their presence at a red light and that a green light will be provided with
adequate duration for slower moving bikes to safely clear the intersection is a hot issue that has been communicated to Iteris directly from
bicycle advocates at many state and national bike conferences.
Iteris, Inc. has heard these requests to operate roadways to
maximize safety for all known road users and is proud to introduce
the SmartCycle Bike Indicator. Mounted on traffic signal poles in the
vicinity of pedestrian push buttons and hard-wired directly into the
controller cabinet, cyclists will be assured by the illuminated blue
bike icon that their presence is known by the traffic signal and that
the signal timing will provide for their safe movement.
This May, both regular and first time riders will bike to work,
school, or simply explore their community in thousands of planned
events. Next May, have SmartCycle Bike Indicator installed along
their routes to help shift safety concerns and grow bicycle mode
shares to improve work commutes and then social and economic
health of your city.
Iteris continues to be the industry leader in video detection by
providing enhanced images and sophisticated algorithms to perform
accurately in all weather and lighting conditions. Iteris' 20 years
of innovation and more than 150,000 detection sensors deployed
worldwide is a testament of the company's dedication to the detection
industry. With recent additions to algorithms and the ability to detect
and count both bicycles and pedestrians, Iteris is proud to present a
cost-effective tool for bicycle safety with SmartCycle Bike Indicator.
For more information, please visit www.iteris.com/products/
pedestrian-and-cyclist/smartcycle, or to schedule a demo e-mail
sensors@iteris.com.

Kuebix Introduces SupplierMAX to Optimize
Inbound Freight
Kuebix, creator of a transportation management system that delivers
true freight intelligence, introduces SupplierMAX, a comprehensive
inbound program to increase the efficiency of inbound freight operations. Inbound freight management has been an often overlooked
area in the supply chain, despite the fact that successful inbound
management can reap huge benefits for shippers. This is because
inbound shipping is extremely complex, and many companies
lack the internal resources and technology to put a comprehensive
inbound strategy in place. SupplierMAX leverages Kuebix's technology and the Kuebix team of freight experts to rapidly implement an
inbound freight management program proven to increase efficiencies and lower costs.

SupplierMAX improves supplier behavior and increases the
efficiency of warehouses and distribution centers by incorporating a
series of comprehensive strategies to improve inbound operations.
Some of these strategies include building a plan with suppliers to
reduce the number of inbound carrier deliveries and associated costs
by consolidating less-than-truckload shipments into full truckload.
Kuebix's powerful scheduling tool and collaboration portals enable
suppliers, customers, and carriers to have full shipment visibility
resulting in better order planning and more efficient docks. SupplierMAX delivers the administration of dynamic allowance programs
with suppliers to take advantage of these savings. Additionally, the
program improves supplier behavior by managing Vendor Inbound
Compliance procedures and Routing Guides. Finally, detailed analytics empower logistics teams to measure the results of the program
and take action to improve service with suppliers and carriers. For
more information, visit www.kuebix.com.

3M Announces New Hi Tack Composite Spray
Adhesive 71
To meet the demands of the growing infusion molding industry, 3M
has introduced a new spray adhesive formulated to make the drylayup process more effective. 3M Hi Tack Composite Spray Adhesive
71 is highly compatible with resins and yields stronger composites
as a result. This new adhesive will benefit manufacturers across
several industries, including: industrial, marine, transportation, and
composite. For more information, visit 3M.com/Spray71.

Arc Flash Clothing Specialist Offers Protective Gear
for Diverse Needs and Industries
A protective garment supplier that specializes in fire resistant
apparel for a variety of hot and cold environments is delighted to
offer workwear solutions for both genders in a wide range of sizing
options. SKANWEAR manufactures clothes specifically designed to
protect against the harmful qualities of arc flash, which can result
in burns and other injuries due to heat, flying objects, and pressure
blasts. With a vast range of protective products on offer that includes
Hi-Viz jackets, overalls, ear protection and helmet, Skanwear is
able to cater to electrical engineers working in a variety of different
environments, both indoors and outdoors and stocks garments that
meet safety legislation in a number of different countries including
Australia, Europe, and the United States. For more information
about SKANWEAR and their product range, visit their website at:
www.skanwear.com itej

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

President’s Message
Director’s Message
People in the Profession
ITE News
ITE, FHWA, and Carmanah Rally to Keep Rectangular Rapid-Flashing Beacons in Our Safety Toolbox
Improving Arterial Roads to Support Public Health: How Can We Do This?
ITE’s Transportation and Health Initiative
Technical Programs Division Spotlight
Industry News
Calendar
Where in the World?
Member to Member: Jing Zhang, AICP, PTP, LEED AP ND
Countermeasures Prove Effective in Reducing Bicycle Collisions
Guidance on Signal Control Strategies for Pedestrians to Improve Walkability
Factors Affecting Vehicle Passing Distance and Encroachments While Overtaking Cyclists
Measuring the Success of Modal Shift: The Impact on Last Mile Connectivity
Professional Services Directory
ITE Journal May 2018 - 1
ITE Journal May 2018 - 2
ITE Journal May 2018 - 3
ITE Journal May 2018 - President’s Message
ITE Journal May 2018 - 5
ITE Journal May 2018 - Director’s Message
ITE Journal May 2018 - 7
ITE Journal May 2018 - People in the Profession
ITE Journal May 2018 - 9
ITE Journal May 2018 - 10
ITE Journal May 2018 - ITE News
ITE Journal May 2018 - ITE, FHWA, and Carmanah Rally to Keep Rectangular Rapid-Flashing Beacons in Our Safety Toolbox
ITE Journal May 2018 - Improving Arterial Roads to Support Public Health: How Can We Do This?
ITE Journal May 2018 - 14
ITE Journal May 2018 - 15
ITE Journal May 2018 - 16
ITE Journal May 2018 - ITE’s Transportation and Health Initiative
ITE Journal May 2018 - 18
ITE Journal May 2018 - Technical Programs Division Spotlight
ITE Journal May 2018 - Industry News
ITE Journal May 2018 - 21
ITE Journal May 2018 - Where in the World?
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ITE Journal May 2018 - 26
ITE Journal May 2018 - Member to Member: Jing Zhang, AICP, PTP, LEED AP ND
ITE Journal May 2018 - 28
ITE Journal May 2018 - Countermeasures Prove Effective in Reducing Bicycle Collisions
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ITE Journal May 2018 - Guidance on Signal Control Strategies for Pedestrians to Improve Walkability
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ITE Journal May 2018 - Factors Affecting Vehicle Passing Distance and Encroachments While Overtaking Cyclists
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ITE Journal May 2018 - Measuring the Success of Modal Shift: The Impact on Last Mile Connectivity
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ITE Journal May 2018 - 49
ITE Journal May 2018 - Professional Services Directory
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