Proud sponsors of the 2022 ITE International Annual Meeting, our team is delighted to see our colleagues from federal agencies, state departments of transportation, and local and regional transportation planning organizations in-person once again! We invite you to attend one of our engaging professional development presentations, where we’ll share stories of how we partnered with clients to create a better future, together.

We hope you’ll join us in New Orleans for the annual conference!

Pictured above: Miami-Dade Long Range Transportation Plan

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Developing and Sustaining a Skilled and Diverse Transportation Workforce

Wednesday, August 3, 2022 • 9:00-10:30 a.m. CDT
Todd Szymkowski, PE, PTOE, PMP
Todd Szymkowski, PE, PTOE, PMP
Vice President, Transportation Planning
Eric Rensel, FLTA portrait
Eric Rensel, FLTA
Vice President, Strategic Initiatives

The COVID-19 pandemic accelerated changes in the transportation workforce that were already occurring. Challenges in meeting workforce needs include the Great Resignation of 2021, changing worker expectations and needs, emerging technologies and applications, and expanding skills needed beyond traditional civil engineering. This session will discuss recommended actions to improve your strategic planning while optimizing your employees’ performance. Panelists will dive deeper into talent retention, the succession planning process, and career pathways in the transportation industry.

Todd’s portion of the presentation will cover the Transportation Systems Management and Operations (TSMO) Workforce Guidebook and National Operations Center of Excellence (NOCoE) Workforce Summit findings.


How to Create Cost-Effective Mechanisms for Rural Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) Operations and Maintenance

Wednesday, August 3, 2022 • 9:00-10:30 a.m. CDT
Catalina Echeverri, PMP portrait
Catalina Echeverri, PMP
Transportation Operations Manager

This session will examine examples of rural and small community agencies’ creative use of different approaches to overcoming obstacles in TSMO programs and ITS maintenance. Two specific use cases will be used to provide in-depth analysis and results, highlighting how resource-sharing arrangements have worked to create better TSMO strategies, as well as solve funding and cost-sharing challenges.






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