Training Opportunity

ITE Oregon Section Hosting Series of Virtual Meetings about Diversity and Inclusion

Voices of Diversity & Inclusion – How it Relates with the Transportation Profession

What does diversity & inclusion mean to you in your day-to-day work? Why is it important? What have folks been doing to improve transportation by considering diversity and inclusion? Come join the ITE Oregon Section who is hosting a series of four virtual Section lunchtime meetings from February until April. A fifth student-specific session will also be hosted on the topic. These sessions are open to all ITE members (as a Joint Sections Meeting through the support of WesternITE) and conveniently placed in the lunchtime hour (Pacific). 

Sessions are free to ITE members by registering at the WesternITE website. Proceeds from non-member fees will be contributed with the WesternITE Student Endowment Fund.

Save the Dates:

  • February 17th – Voices of Thought Leaders
  • February 24th – Business Voices in Transportation
  • March 3rd – Agency Voices in Transportation
  • March 31st – Voices of Professional Societies you may not know of
  • April 7th – Voices of Students

February 2, 2021 Meeting Recap

US 101 Pismo Congestion Relief Pilot Project

Speaker:

Paul Valadao, PE

Caltrans Project Manager

Paul’s excellent presentation was about the US 101 Pismo Congestion Relief Pilot Project. The project includes widening the southbound shoulder of US 101, widening four existing bridges, construction of a Park-and-Ride lot at Mattie Road and Price Street, and the construction of a retaining wall between US 101 and Price Street at the Pismo Rock.

Paul’s presentation can be reviewed here