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ITS America 2018 Annual Meeting Call for Papers and Sessions: Submit Today!

  Reminder: Call for Papers and Sessions is Open!  The Intelligent Transportation Society of America (ITS America) is now accepting papers for its 27th Annual Meeting, taking place June 4-7, 2018 in Detroit, Michigan. This year’s Program Committee is looking for high-quality papers for the Annual Meeting technical program to narrate this year’s theme, “Transportation 2.0” Papers should be…

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ITS Carolinas Early Registration Deadline Looming

Annual Meeting – Feb 12-13, 2018 Early registration for the Annual Meeting will end January 22, 2018. Register before Monday to save $50. If you signed up for the Annual Meeting when it was originally scheduled in September, you don’t have to do anything special to keep your registration – you are good. See you…

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Capitol Update from ACEC Georgia

Issue 1 | January 16, 2018 The Georgia General Assembly was gaveled into session on Monday, January 8, 2018. With this being the second year of the two-year legislative session, there are many bills that were introduced last year that are still technically “alive” for consideration this year. ACEC Georgia will be tracking those bills…

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Introduce a Girl to Engineering Day is Back!

THREE WAYS TO GET INVOLVED s Host a Booth or Sponsor For as low as $350, your firm can take part in this important event! All booth sponsors are responsible for providing a quick, 5-7 minute engineering game or activity for students to do at the booth. Other sponsorship opportunities are also available. Volunteer Don’t…

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T3e Webinar: Are Autonomous Vehicles Safe? Understanding What’s Already Here and What Needs to Happen

T3e Webinar: Are Autonomous Vehicles Safe? Understanding What’s Already Here and What Needs to Happen More information and to register:  The US DOT ITS-JPO Professional Capacity Building Program (PCB) invites you to an upcoming Talking Technology and Transportation (T3e) Webinar. Title: Are Autonomous Vehicles Safe? Understanding What’s Already Here and What Needs to Happen     Date:…

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Join Us for the 2018 Georgia Engineering Awards!

  Featuring once again Brian Moote –  Actor, Comedian & Co-host of Q100’s The Bert Show – as Master of Ceremonies for the evening! Brian Moote is a stand-up comedian and radio host. Initially from the Seattle area, Brian is now based out of Atlanta, where he co-hosts the nationally syndicated morning radio program The Bert Show…

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Grant Funding Applications Now Being Accepted thru Jan. 31, 2018

     Are you an agency or business in need of equipment?     TIME Task Force Grant Funding Applications are now being accepted through January 31, 2018     Grants are awarded in the form of equipment based upon the TIME Task Force Executive Board’s evaluation criteria and current budget availability. Click Here to Download…

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Registration Open: Building Georgia Legislative Day

  Join Us for a Day at the Georgia State Capitol  Featuring Keynote Speakers: GEORGIA REPRESENTATIVE KEVIN TANNER GEORGIA SENATOR LINDSEY TIPPINS   S  Meet and greet with lawmakers, state officials and other members of the contractor and engineering communities.   CLICK TO REGISTER   Early Registration Discount Ends January 24   EVENT DETAILS Wednesday, February…

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In Case You Missed It: Mayor Kasim Reed Unveils TravelSafely™ App ​Recap

On December 20, 2017, Renew Atlanta/TSPLOST General Manager Faye DiMassimo, GDOT’s Chief Engineer Meg Pirkle, Atlanta Fire Rescue Engine 15 Chief Dwayne Johnson joined Mayor Kasim Reed in unveiling the TravelSafely™ smartphone application. Members of the application developer, Applied Information Inc., were also in attendance. The TravelSafely app is the newest tool that will be used along the North Avenue…

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