Wednesday, December 19, 2012
Common Man Restaurant, Concord, NH, NH
The NHITE Annual Meeting will
feature a late afternoon webinar on the Online Traffic Impact Study
Software (OTISS). Following the webinar, dinner will be served and the
annual business meeting will take place. Following dinner, John Corrigan
from NHDOT will provide an update on the NHDOT Safe Routes to School
- 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
featured a presentation by Tom Cooper of Rhythm Engineering on Adaptive
Traffic 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 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.
- June 2011: New England Section/NH Chapter/ME Chapter Meeting
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
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.