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Oluwaseye Akele
Oluwaseye Akele currently co-chairs the Younger Members Committee and specializes in Traffic Engineering at Maser Consulting, P.A.
Joseph Wilbur
Joseph Wilbur, EIT, is the liaison to the Rutgers student chapter of ITE. He is a traffic engineer at SIMCO Engineering.
Marvin Gersten
Marvin Gersten is a former Principal Project Manager at Parsons Brinckerhoff. He is currently the Chairman of the Met Section’s Dr. Louis J. Pignataro Memorial Transportation Engineering Education Award.
Jeevanjot Singh
Jeevanjot Singh, PMP co-chairs the Government Agency Committee. She is the Program & Contract Manager for the Intelligent Transportation Systems – Resource Center at NJDOT. She is involved with Connected Vehicles, Smarter Work Zones Initiatives (EDC-3), SHRP2 L01/06 and other Arterial initiatives.
Steven Eisenberg
Steven Eisenberg, P.E. serves on the ITE Met Section Executive Board. He is an Associate and Senior Traffic Engineer at L.K. McLean Associates, P.C.
Michael Collins
Michael Collins is the current Met Section Webmaster. Working at GPI he specializes in application development, GIS-based web solutions, and simulation modeling.
Paul Eng-Wong
Paul Eng-Wong is a past section, district, and international leader. He currently serves as the Chair of the Met Section’s Mentoring Committee and on the Executive Board of ITE’s Transportation Consultants Council.
Brad Miller
Brad Miller, PE, PTOE co-chairs the Mentorship Committee and specializes in ITS and Traffic Engineering at Michael Baker International.
Adam Allen
Adam Allen, PE, PTOE, TSOS, IMSA II currently chairs the NJ Traffic Signal Consortium Committee. He is the 2013 Met Section Past President and a LeadershipITE alumni. He is Principal Associate at Maser Consulting P.A.
Warren Michelsen
Warren Michelsen is the membership chair for the Met Section. He is the Department Manager for Traffic Engineering / Transportation Planning at SIMCO Engineering.
Hassan Hashmi
Hassan Hashmi is the current Met Section co-chair for Young Members committee . He is a Traffic Engineer at SIMCO Engineering, P.C.
Amir Rizavi
Amir Rizavi, PE, ENV SP is a member of the Met Section Executive Board. He also serves as the Vice Chair of ITE’s Transportation Consultants Council. He is the Director of Transportation Systems for VHB’s NYC office.
Mike Salatti
Michael Salatti, PE PTOE has been the Met Section Administrator since he stewarded its incorporation in 2008. He is a 35 year veteran at GPI serving as its Director of Transportation Services.
Anthony Mariani
Anthony Mariani co-chairs the Student Outreach Committee for the Met Section. He is an engineer on the Traffic Engineering & ITS team at Maser Consulting.
Alfred Yeung
Alfred Yeung, PE serves as the co-chair of the Professional Development committee and is an engineer at VHB with experience in site redevelopment and transportation improvement projects.
Lu Ding
Lu Ding, PE, PTOE is the co-chair of the Professional Development Committee and is a Senior Transportation Engineer at the New Jersey Sports & Exposition Authority.
Marvin Souza
Marvin Souza P.E. currently co-chairs the ITE Met Section Long Island arrangements and holds the position of Associate Project Manager at NYCDOT.
Shawn Tang
Shawn Tang, PE, PTOE, PTP is a current Met Section Webmaster. He is a Senior Traffic Engineer at GPI.
Tra Vu
Tra Vu, PhD, PE is a member of the Met Section Executive Board. She is the Technical Director of simulation modeling and visualization at GPI.
John Biront
John Biront, P.E., PTOE is Met Section Past President for 2014. He is a Traffic Engineer at the New Jersey Turnpike Authority.
Andy Kaplan
Andy Kaplan is a Leadership ITE Alumn, and active with the ITE Transportation Safety Council and ITE Advocacy Committee. Andy is the Assistant Manager at Agency Operations Center, PANYNJ.

Membership Details

 

Here's how to join, and the benefits you'll receive. 

MEMBERSHIP BENEFITS

With over 15,000  international members in ITE and 800 members in the New York/New Jersey area, the ITE Met Section can be an enormous resource for transportation professionals from all fields.

Aside from the benefits available to all ITE Members (see the ITE National website at www.ite.org), the ITE Met Section offers:

  • Monthly Technical Meetings 
  • Earn PDUs 
  • TransTalk
  • Local Job Bank
  • Speakers Bureau

STUDENT AND YOUNG MEMBER OFFERS:

Student Membership

Students can join ITE as a Student Member and ITE will waive dues for the first full year of membership.

Returning Full-time Students

Returning full-time students are eligible for dues reduction (currently $30.00 US per year plus applicable District and Section dues)

  • Must be higher than a student member (i.e., Member, Fellow, and Institute Affiliate) who return to school
  • Fill out “Request for Membership Dues Reduction” form
  • Full-time student
  • Enclose official proof of registration, e.g. a course list or signed letter from your advisor.

Young Members

  • Must be between the ages of (ages 23-30)

Reduced dues structure for members 30 and under

Age

2015 Dues

23

$0.00

24

$30.00

25

$60.00

26

$90.00

27

$120.00

28

$150.00

29

$180.00

30

$210.00

 

Reduced conference registration rates for members 35 and under

For example, compare the following early bird registration fees at the ITE 2014 Annual Meeting and Exhibit in Seattle, WA, USA:

Registration Category

ITE Member Rate

Full Conference Registration

$675

One-day / Monday or Tuesday

$350

One-day / Wednesday

$300

Full Conference Registration – 35 Years Old or Younger

$300

 

QUALIFICATIONS FOR MEMBERSHIP

  • To quality for an ITE Voting Membership:

    you must have an undergraduate or graduate degree in a transportation related field from a school of recognized standing and you must be active in transportation or traffic engineering work

    or

    you must have five years of professional experience and be in transportation or traffic engineering work

HOW TO APPLY

To become a member of ITE, please click here

  • To quality for an ITE Non-Voting Membership:

    you must be engaged in traffic or transportation engineering work

    or

    you must be employed in a related field and contribute to the work of or assist transportation professionals

    or

    you must be employed in commerce or industry with an interest in the transportation profession