Virtual Joint Meeting with ITS Maryland – Celebrating the Life and Legacy of Pat Timbrook
Please join ITS Maryland and the Washington DC Section of ITE on Thursday, August 6th, for a virtual memorial gathering as we look back on the life and accomplishments of Pat Timbrook, founder of T3 Design Corporation, ITS Maryland Board Member, past president of Washington DC Section of ITE, and beloved member of our transportation community. Amy Morris, current President of T3 Design Corporation, will present a few of Pat’s greatest life works and recollections of fond memories over the years. Looking to the future, Amy will share what lays ahead for T3 Design following the loss of Pat. At the close of the presentation, attendees will have an opportunity to highlight the ways in which Pat impacted their lives, organizations, and agencies, as we fondly recall the legacies she leaves behind.
In Remembrance of Pat
Pat was a graduate of Juniata College in Huntington, Pennsylvania, with a degree in mathematics and began her career with the County of Arlington as the first woman ever hired for the survey crew. She moved into transportation planning where her expertise in math and computers led her to be the project manager for the County’s first computerized traffic signal system.
Pat moved into the private sector as a traffic engineer and Director of ITS at Frederic R. Harris and then as a Vice President at Street Smarts. Her expertise in the traffic signal field took her to Florida after Hurricane Andrew to lead the effort to rebuild 77 damaged traffic signals in 90 days. After September 11th, Pat was called into Arlington County to observe traffic in the field and re-time traffic signals on the fly to reroute buses and traffic away from the Pentagon to surrounding roadways after the Pentagon Metro stop was closed.
In June of 2006 she went out on her own and founded T3 Design Corporation, a woman-owned consulting firm that specializes in traffic and transportation engineering. She grew the firm from an initial 5 employees, to almost 40 staff members today who are involved in hundreds of roadway improvement projects in the DMV region. T3 continues on as a legacy to Pat, based on the principles and values she established.
A licensed Professional Engineer and Professional Transportation Operations Engineer, Pat took great pleasure in mentoring students and young engineers, with a hands-on approach. She was a leader in the industry as a long-time member and past president of the Washington DC Section of the Institute of Transportation Engineers, as well as a past vice-president and current Board member for the Intelligent Transportation Society of Maryland. The loss of her keen mind, leadership, and practical solutions-driven problem-solving skills will leave a void in the industry.
Thursday, August 6, 2020, from 12:30PM to 1:30PM
Virtual event. Event link to be distributed prior to event date.
FREE for all attendees.
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