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  • Darlene Danehy SAITE-UAITE Joint Meeting - Wednesday, October 26, 2016
    by Darlene Danehy at 10/25/2016 10:54 AM PST
    Join us for our semi-annual joint meeting with the University of Arizona's student chapter of ITE. This month's meeting will include a presentation by Randall Harris from Western Technologies about the geotechnical aspects of transportation projects. The presentation will explore the benefits and limitations of geotechnical engineering evaluations...
  • Darlene Danehy SAITE Monthly Meeting - Friday, September 16, 2016
    by Darlene Danehy at 9/12/2016 9:31 AM PST
    Join us for our September meeting and hear from Sheriff Chris Nanos about Road Safety and Professional Engagement. Sheriff Nanos will discuss the current status of road safety in Pima County, measures that the Sheriff's Department is currently taking to promote road safety, how various road conditions and distractions impact safety, known problem locations,...
  • Darlene Danehy SAITE Monthly Meeting - Friday, August 19, 2016
    by Darlene Danehy at 8/9/2016 7:17 AM PST
    TDOT Project Manager Tom Fisher will provide an overview of freight transportation on a global, national, and regional level with particular focus on local priorities and our transportation network. The main purpose of the presentation is to get people thinking about the global economy and how goods are transported, and the Tucson region's role in the...
  • Darlene Danehy SAITE Monthly Meeting - Friday, May 20, 2016
    by Darlene Danehy at 5/17/2016 9:48 AM PST
    After a break for Roads and Streets in March and a very successful and well-attended joint meeting with the UofA student chapter in April, we are back at our normal meeting spot this month. Our May meeting speaker will be Jason Simmers, P.E. He will be presenting on implementing the updated IES recommended practice (see presentation description below)....
  • Darlene Danehy Webinar - Streetscape Level Changes: Protected Bike Lanes and Protected Intersections
    by Darlene Danehy at 2/9/2016 9:07 AM PST
    Salt Lake City recently constructed 2.6 miles of separated bike lanes though the heart of downtown. These bikeways use separator curbs, planters, delineators, and colored pavement to create a separated bikeway. Salt Lake City is the first in the United States to construct a protected intersection. This webinar will address design decisions/adaptations...
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