Dear KCITE Members and Guests

Welcome to KCITE!  We look forward to forming great professional relationships, educating our members/guests on topics of transportation and improving our community in 2017!

Our board members are ready to fulfull our mission of providing educational venues that net you 15 PDHs per year and allow you to further develop your professional relationships!

Both our Arrangements Committee and Training Committee volunteers are working hard to plan relevant topics, speakers and great venues!  If you have an idea that you would like considered for future meetings / training sessions, please contact one of our board members at your convenience.  

Please invite your friends and colleagues to attend a Chapter Meeting or Training Session as a guest to see if they would be interested in becoming a member.  I've always felt that the atmosphere at our meetings is very positive and welcoming to potential new members.  This is attributed to the great people we have within the Kansas City transportation community.  

Our major goal for 2017 is to encourage our members to become active in the Kansas City Metro community, utilizing our special talents, in order to make a positive impact to safety, mobility and community service.  A great example is our commitment to the Future City Competition (Great Plains Region) each January, the Greater Kansas City Science and Engineering Fair each April and our charitable donations to Harvesters each fall.    

Thanks for your commitment to KCITE and all that you do as Transportation Professionals!

David A. Church, KCITE President (2017)


Upcoming Meetings & Trainings

September 26, 2017

ITE Webinar-Street Space: Not just for Moving Cars

Transportation Professionals will learn about successful strategies to repurpose street space that accomodates all the various demands for use-cars, transit, parking, bikes, goods delivery, and placemaking.

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October 03, 2017

ITE Webinar-Moving People-Steady, Slower, Smarter, and Safer

Transportation professionals will learn strategies to manage speed by designing self-enforcing roadways and setting and designing to speed limits that are appropriate for the context.

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October 17, 2017

ITE Webinar-Transportation Services-New Concepts and Tools

This webinar will show how shared mobility services that challenge the status quo can fit into creating more sustainable, connected communities.

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