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Sirisha Kothuri, Ph.D. is a research associate in the
Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at
Portland State University. Her primary research interests
are in the areas of multimodal traffic operations, bicycle
and pedestrian counting, and creation and management
of transportation data archives. Dr. Kothuri is a member
of the Transportation Research Board's (TRB) Pedestrian and Traffic
Signal Systems Committees, and the research co-chair of the TRB's Bicycle
and Pedestrian Data Subcommittee. Dr. Kothuri has worked on and led
multiple research projects in the areas of traffic operations and safety.

Edward J. Smaglik, Ph.D., P.E. is a professor of Civil
Engineering at Northern Arizona University (NAU),
Flagstaff, AZ, USA with more than 10 years of
academic research and teaching experience. He
currently serves as a member of multiple national
committees on traffic signals and operations and has
taught courses in the area of traffic signals and studies, urban
transportation planning, and intelligent transportation systems, as
well as served as the principal investigator on transportation-related
projects covering a wide range of operational and multimodal topics.
Edward is a member of ITE.
Andy Kading, E.I.T. is a civil engineer focused on
bicycle and pedestrian infrastructure as a means of
building a sustainable future. Andy obtained his
master's degree from Portland State University, where
his research focused on progressive bicycle and
pedestrian signal timing strategies. While at university Andy was active in Engineers Without Borders, holding elected
positions and leading trips to Nicaragua. Prior to becoming an
engineer, Andy worked as a chef and an adventure guide. He
currently volunteers with his local trail building organization.
Christopher Sobie, E.I.T. currently works as a senior
engineering designer for the Lee Engineering
Albuquerque, NM, USA office. Christopher graduated
with his master's degree in engineering from Northern
Arizona University in 2016 where he researched
multimodal infrastructure and operations and traffic
signal systems, and his work was published in the Transportation
Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board. In
Phoenix, AZ, USA, Chris worked on projects including the AASHTO
United States Bicycle Route and a red-light photo enforcement evaluation. In Albuquerque, Chris has had the opportunity to work on a
variety of projects including modeling of unique intersection configurations and the first implementation of Automated Traffic Signal
Performance Measures in New Mexico. Christopher is a member of ITE.
Peter Koonce, P.E. is a native of Portland, OR, USA and
a traffic signal engineer who is focused on innovative
treatments that improve the safety of multimodal travel.
He has served as an adjunct professor at Portland State
University teaching graduate level courses in transportation engineering. He is a member of the Bicycle Technical
Committee of the National Committee on Uniform Traffic Control
Devices and recently completed his term as Chair of the Transportation
Research Board's Committee on Traffic Signal Systems. Peter is active
with multiple professional societies including ITE and the Association for
Pedestrian and Bicycle Professionals.
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President’s Message
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People in the Profession
ITE News
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Improving Arterial Roads to Support Public Health: How Can We Do This?
ITE’s Transportation and Health Initiative
Technical Programs Division Spotlight
Industry News
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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
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