2019 Northeastern District Collegiate Traffic Bowl

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NYU Tandon Event Space

6 MetroTech Center

Brooklyn, NY 11201

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NYU Tandon is hosting the annual ITE Traffic Bowl for the Northeastern District. The day will include:

  • Networking/Mentorship Lunch

  • Student Research Poster Session (Call for abstract now!)

  • A fun Traffic Bowl Competition

  • Free lunch, coffee/tea, and dinner!

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Traffic Bowl Competition

Traffic Bowl competition features teams comprised of up to 3 students testing their knowledge of ITE, transportation planning and engineering topics as well as some fun categories. The winner of the Northeastern ITE district competition will advance to compete in the Collegiate Traffic Bowl Grand Championship, which is conducted annually at the Institute’s International Annual Meeting and Exhibit. The below links are good resources for understanding how the competition looks like and relevant quiz material:

The winning university will represent the Northeast District at the ITE International Annual Meeting in Austin, TX July 21-24.

If your team (Each University's ITE chapter can form one team) is interested in participating in Traffic Bowl competition, please contact tandon-ite@nyu.edu and register at Team Registration for Traffic Bowl


Student Research Poster Session

The event will also include a student poster session. Students from institutions in the Northeastern District are invited to submit abstracts for posters, which will be reviewed by ITE and NYU representatives. Potential topics include but are not limited to:

  • Transportation Planning and Policy
  • Transportation Operations and Control
  • Intelligent Transportation Systems
  • Transportation Infrastructure Design and Construction
  • Sustainable Mobility and Access
  • Transportation Economics and Finance
  • Pedestrians and Bicycles
  • Transportation Security
  • Transportation, Energy and the Environment
  • Transportation Safety
  • Connected & Automated Vehicles

Abstract submissions are due on April 10th, 2019, and should be sent to tandon-ite@nyu.edu.


Confirmed mentors:

Ray Tam, GPI
Marvin Souza, NYCDOT
Peter Kozey, Jacobs
Ben Yeung, Sam Schwartz
Seth Zubatkin, HDR
Ira Quiat, AECOM
Sofia Duran, VHB
Jonathan Schneider, VHB
Elaine Du, AKRF
Sanam Lakhwara, AKRF
Shravya Markandeya, Michael Baker International

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6 MetroTech Center

Brooklyn, NY 11201

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