Mountain District ITE
a community of transportation professionals
The Mountain District ITE consists of ITE members (www.ITE.org) residing in Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, Nevada, New Mexico, Montana, Utah, and Wyoming.
The ITE Mountain District was organized in 2020 and, like its parent organization, ITE, has its roots in the traffic engineering profession. Mountain District members reflect the diversity of our profession, and count planners, architects, retired professionals, and technicians among its membership. One only needs to be active in the field of transportation or traffic engineering to be eligible to join ITE. Only Members of ITE may be members of the District or the individual Sections and Chapters within the District. As of September, 2019, the Mountain District’s membership total is over 1,500 individuals.
There are seven chartered Sections within the Mountain District:
- Arizona Section
- Colorado-Wyoming Section
- Idaho Section
- Montana Section
- Nevada Section
- New Mexico Section
There are fourteen chartered ITE student chapters in the District:
- Arizona State University
- Boise State University
- Brigham Young University
- Montana State University
- Northern Arizona University
- University of Arizona
- University of Colorado, Denver
- University of Idaho
- University of New Mexico
- University of Nevada Las Vegas
- University of Nevada, Reno
- University of Utah
- University of Wyoming
- Utah State University
The ITE Mountain District is fundraising by selling pins and stickers with the cool new MDITE logo for the MDITE Student Endowment Fund. We’re asking $1 for the stickers and $5 for the pins and hope you’ll help support our many student initiatives by visiting HERE. Stickers and pins will be distributed by your local Section/Chapter president for pickup at your next event.
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