2019 ITE-ASHE Joint Technical Meeting

Please join your ITE and ASHE colleagues for a joint technical meeting and dinner on Tuesday, October 29, 2019 at the Engineers Club in Baltimore. The meeting theme is Traffic. Registration and location information are available at the link below.

Three (3) PDHs will be offered for attendance at the technical sessions. The program for the afternoon and evening includes:

3:00pm:  

  • CHART DMS Effectiveness Survey – Tim Ryan, AECOM
  • BaltimoreLink Signing – Kevin Permisohn, WSP

4:00pm:  MTA Innovations Including the Use of Real-Time Data

  • Mike Helta – MDOT MTA

5:00pm:  Anne Arundel County Corridor Planning Study Program

  • Brian Ulrich, Anne Arundel County Office of Transportation

6:00pm:  Networking Break

6:30 – 7:30 pm:  Dinner Hour
Gold Sponsor Presentation, ASHE and ITE Business

7:30 – 8:00 pm:  Keynote Speaker

  • CAV Polices and Standards – Carole Delion, MDOT SHA

Register Now!

If you have any questions and/or special dietary needs, then please contact Adam Greenstein at adam.greenstein@wsp.com or 410-246-3843.

We look forward to seeing you there.

Sincerely,
Adam Greenstein
WDCSITE Baltimore Area Director

WTS Baltimore Technical Tour 10/23/2019

Please join WTS Baltimore for a technical program on October 23rd. M Luis Products LLC will host us for a tour of its Glen Burnie asphalt facilities. Natalia Luis, Owner, will join us for the program to share her career experience and her tenacity to become a plant owner. M Luis Products LLC is owned by two sisters and is the only women-owned asphalt production operation in the U.S. currently. Lunch will be provided on site at the end of the tour.

For more details, please visit: http://www.wtsinternational.org/baltimore/events/wts-baltimore-technical-tour/

MCDOT RFI for MD 355 BRT Implementation

Montgomery County Department of Transportation (MCDOT) is currently posting an RFI regarding the implementation of Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) on MD 355. They are seeking innovative ideas from engineering consultants, contractors, financiers, concessionaires, and others with experience in innovative project delivery, including private financial participation and novel design, construction, and operating strategies for BRT.

MCDOT is interested in receiving responses to the RFI from all interested parties with relevant, demonstrated experience in all or specific areas of expertise, including designing, implementing, operating, and maintaining BRT systems. Respondents are requested to limit their general qualifications to no more than 20 8.5” x 11” pages and responses to questions to no more than three 8.5” x 11” pages per question. Please submit responses via email to Project Manager Corey Pitts by COB on December 6.

More information is available here:
https://www.montgomerycountymd.gov/dot-dir/Resources/Files/355RFI.pdf