Learn about our Energy Balance Report at NDITE’s Annual Meeting

Wed, 2018-05-16 15:13 -- kate.lautens

NDITE: Join us May 21 to 23, 2018

Visit us in Lake George to learn about our site assessments for traffic beacons

 

Event: 2018 Institute of Transportation Engineers Northeastern District Annual Meeting

Location: Fort William Henry Hotel and Convention Center, Lake George, New York

Conference Dates: May 21–23, 2018

Hours:

  • Monday, May 21: 1–5 PM
  • Tuesday, May 22: 7:30–11:30 AM and 1:30–5 PM
  • Wednesday, May 23: 7:30–10:30 AM

About the Show:
We’ll be at this year’s annual meeting for the Northeastern District Institute of Transportation Engineers (NDITE) to share our latest products and innovations. Bring your project ideas—we’ll be happy to explain how our Energy Balance Report ensures our products will work in your location. Whether your project includes rectangular rapid flashing beacons (RRFBs) for mid-block crosswalks, school zone flashing beacons, or 24-hour flashing beacons, we have a solution for you.

You can also get up to speed on how to get RRFBs on your state or community’s approved product list or talk to us about our new product offering: LED enhanced signs. These bright, customizable, and reliable products can be used as an alternative to flashing beacons—or used in combination—to improve driver compliance. See how these MUTCD-compliant solutions can work for your project to reduce stop sign blow-throughs, improve driver yielding at crosswalks, or draw attention to posted speed limits in school zones.

Part of the Institute for Transportation Engineers (ITE), an international organization with over 15,000 members in more than 90 countries, the Northeastern District ITE (NDITE) includes eight states in the northeastern United States: New York, New Jersey, Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, and Connecticut.

The 2018 NDITE Meeting will be held at the Fort Willian Henry Hotel and Convention Center in the town of Lake George. This year, NDITE has decided to revamp the traditional Traffic Bowl, instead opting for a pub-style trivia contest. Attendees can also try their hand at the golf tournament or the new mini golf event, for those who are interested in a little competition but don’t play golf. Amidst all the fun, there are a variety of technical sessions on topics including complete streets, connected vehicles, transit innovations, and more. Don’t forget to come find Carmanah Traffic in the Fort Edward Room for exhibitors, where we’ll be set up next to our local distributor, Traffic Systems. Talk to us about the options for flashing beacon solutions in your community.

Questions? Contact traffic@carmanah.com