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  • Kimberly E. Leung, P.E., T.E., Engineer - Livable Streets Team Leader | SFMTA

    Kimberly is an Engineer at the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency where she leads a team of engineers and planners in transforming San Francisco streets to be safe and inviting for people who bike and walk. She is a California-licensed Professional Engineer and Traffic Engineer with over eight years of experience. She earned her MS in Transportation Engineering and her BS in Civil and Environmental Engineering from UC Berkeley. Kimberly has been involved with ITE since co-founding UC Berkeley’s Cal ITE chapter in 2008 and has served as Cal ITE President, SF Bay ITE President, and the 2019 ITE Western District Annual Meeting LAC Co-Chair. Kimberly encourages student interest in the profession as the Western District’s Student Funding and Initiatives Committee Chair and as Cal ITE’s Professional Liaison, and she is currently a candidate for ITE Western District Secretary-Treasurer.

  • Chris Maciejewski, P.E., Chief Operating Officer | DKS

    Chris Maciejewski is the Chief Operating Officer of DKS Associates in Portland, OR. In addition to leading business operations, Chris is a Principal Transportation Engineer and Planner, specializing in long-range transportation planning and operational analysis projects that range from citywide multimodal master plans to corridor studies to the detailed evaluation and conceptual design for transportation projects. Chris enjoys developing strategy and applying planning processes to solve challenges both for communities and businesses. He also oversees his firm's recruiting process and regularly coaches teams across his company in professional development and business fundamentals. Chris holds a Master's degree from the University of California, Berkeley and a Bachelor's degree from Oregon State University, both in Civil Engineering.

  • Garrett Scott, EIT, EMV SP, Traffic EIT | HDR

    Garrett graduated from the University of Texas at Austin in May of 2017 with a B.S. in Civil Engineering, and since then has worked as a Traffic EIT at HDR in Austin. As a Traffic EIT, Garrett assists in the development of traffic impact analyses (TIA), PS&E sets for signage and striping, traffic signals, and ITS, microsimulation and modeling, feasibility studies, traffic signal warrant studies, and is also a registered Envision Sustainability Professional (ENV SP). Garrett has been an ITE member since 2017 and has been participating in the ITE Matson and Hammond Mentoring Program for the past 15 months.

  • Dr. David Hurwitz, Associate Professor of Transportation Engineering | Oregon State University

    Dr. David S. Hurwitz is an Associate Professor of transportation engineering, the Eric H.I. and Janice Hoffman Faculty Scholar, and Director of the Driving and Bicycling Research Laboratory in the School of Civil and Construction Engineering at Oregon State University (OSU). David also serves as the associate director at OSU for the Pacific Northwest Transportation Consortium (PacTrans). David conducts research in the areas of transportation human factors, traffic control, transportation safety, and engineering education. In particular Dr. Hurwitz is interested in the consideration of user behavior in the design and innovation of transportation systems. David teaches graduate and undergraduate classes covering topics such as: Highway Engineering, Traffic Operations, Isolated Signalized Intersections, and Driving Simulation. David is active in professional engineering societies and currently serves as the Chair of the ITE Education Council, Chair of the Pacific Northwest Section of ASEE, and as the secretary of the Transportation Research Board’s Simulation and Measurement of Vehicle and Operator Performance committee (AND30), and Traffic Control Devices Committee (AHB50). In 2019 Dr. Hurwitz was appointed as an Inaugural Associate Editor of the Transportation Research Record.

May 19, 2020
Tue 2:30 PM EDT

Duration 1H 30M

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