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EVENTS

Joint New England Section/NH Chapter/ME Chapter Meeting
June 26, 2014 - 8 AM - 5 PM
Village by the Sea - Hotel and Conference Center Wells, ME

The joint meeting of the NEITE Section and the Maine and New Hampshire Chapters features a day program presentation on Integrating Geometric Design & Traffic Control for Improved Safety, by Tim Taylor from FHWA. The afternoon program features a Panel Discussion on Incorporating Technology into Highway and Arterial Projects. REGISTER NOW

 

RECENT MEETINGS

  • April 2014: Spring Meeting (NHDOT, Concord, NH)
    Bill Oldenburg provided an overview of the Highway Safety Improvement Program (HSIP) and NHDOT's efforts to reduce motor vehicle crashes in the state.
     
  • December 2013: Annual Meeting (Common Man, Concord, NH) The NHITE Annual meeting featured the NHITE Business Meeting and a presentation providing an overview of current NHDOT Rail & Transit Projects, presented by Shelley Winters, Administrator, NHDOT Bureau of Rail & Transit and Patrick Herlihy, Director, NHDOT Bureau of Rail & Transit
     
  • October 2013: Fall Meeting (Bedford Village Inn, Bedford, NH)
    This meeting featured a panel discussion focusing on the creation and implementation of traffic impact fees in New Hampshire. The panel members included: Marty Kennedy, P.E. – Senior Principal, VHB, Ross Moldoff, AICP – Planning Director, Town of Salem, Mike Dugas, P.E. – Chief of Preliminary Design, NHDOT Steve Buckley – Attorney, Hage Hodes, PA
     
  • December 2012: Annual Meeting (Common Man, Concord, NH)
    The NHITE Annual Meeting featured a late afternoon webinar on the Online Traffic Impact Study Software (OTISS). Following dinner, John Corrigan from NHDOT provided an update on the NHDOT Safe Routes to School program.
     
  • June 2012: Joint NEITE/NHITE/MEITE Meeting (Roundabout Diner, Portsmouth, NH)
    The joint meeting of the NEITE Section and the Maine and New Hampshire Chapters featured a day program presentation on Human Factors Considerations in Highway Design, by Keith Harrison from FHWA. The dinner program featured a presentation on Changes to the AASHTO Green Book and Roadside Design Guide, by Keith Harrison from FHWA.
     
  • March 2012: Adaptive Traffic Control (NHDOT)
    The meeting featured a presentation by Tom Cooper of Rhythm Engineering on Adaptive raffic Control and the InSync traffic controller system.
     
  • December 2011: Annual Meeting (Common Man, Concord, NH)
    The NHITE Annual Meeting included a presentation from NHDOT Commissioner Christopher Clement as well as an overview of the Miovision Traffic Data Collection Systems, from Kyle Othmer (Miovision) and Stephen Pernaw.
     
  • September 2011: Status of New Hampshire Roundabouts (NHDOT)
    NHDOT staff Mike Dugas and Bill Oldenburg provided an overview of roundabouts under design and recently constructed in New Hampshire as well as a discussion of issues related to the public acceptance of roundabouts in the state. (View Presentation)
     
  • June 2011: New England Section/NH Chapter/ME Chapter Meeting (York, ME)
    The day program featured a workshop on the Highway Capacity Manual 2010 with Dr. Bastian Schroeder- Institute for Transportation Research & Education, N. Carolina State University. The evening program featured MaineDOT Commissioner David Bernhardt and New Hampshire DOT Commissioner George Campbell discussing transportation issues in Maine and New Hampshire.
     
  • March 2011: A Discussion on Highway Safety (Pat's Peak Ski Area)
    Stuart Thompson, NHDOT Highway Safety Engineer, and Marty Calawa, FHWA ITS/Safety Engineer, presented an overview of the Strategic Highway Safety Plan, the Highway Safety Improvement Plan program, and the Highway Safety Manual.
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The New Hampshire Chapter of the Institute of Transportation
Engineers (NHITE) strives to:

  • Advance the objectives of the Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE)
  • Foster closer association among ITE members
  • Encourage members to prepare and present papers
  • Offer suggestions on matters of policy to the New England Section of ITE (NEITE)
  • Consider local transportation and traffic engineering problems and present advice and comment consistent with ITE policies
  • Foster closer association and cooperation with local individuals and groups on matters of common interest
  • Encourage transportation and traffic engineering education in colleges, universities and technical schools
  • Encourage high school and post-secondary students to enter the profession
  • Encourage and support continuing education courses and programs in the profession

 


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