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OCTEC April 2019 Luncheon

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Thursday, April 25, 2019 at 11:30 AM (PDT)

OCTEC April 2019 Luncheon

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OCTEC Non-Member Apr 22, 2019 $25.00 $0.00

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Program Details:  

A Preview of Connected Vehicle Application

Presented by:       

John Thai, P.E

City of Aneheim


John Thai is a Principal Traffic Engineer working in the Traffic Management Center for the City of Anaheim since 1997. He is a registered as Electrical and Traffic Engineer in the State of California. John has been with the City of Anaheim for over 20 years and has extensive experience with signal timing, operations and signal system and communication infrastructure.

Prior to City of Anaheim, John worked with the City of Irvine and City of Los Angeles

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 This month's lunch is graciously sponsored by:

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Member: $20 | Non-Member: $25 | Student: $10

Registration ends at 5 PM on 03/226//2019. Walk-in is limited and pending availability. Price at the door is $30. 

Membership to OCTEC is not required to attend - All members of the transportation engineering community are welcome.

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Orange County Mining Co
10000 S Crawford Canyon Rd
Silverado Room
Orange, CA 92869

Thursday, April 25, 2019 at 11:30 AM (PDT)


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In 1959, a very small group of Traffic Engineers in Orange County started meeting during their noon hour once each month. It had become quite evident that a dire need existed within the county for a forum within which all persons engaged in the Traffic Engineering function might periodically gather, discuss individual or mutual problems, and arrive at solutions which reflect the combined talents of the professionals and the public. The organizers were soon joined by representatives of other firms or agencies who sought to either lend their talents or become recipients of professional assistance. The ORANGE COUNTY TRAFFIC ENGINEERING COUNCIL did indeed become the desired forum.

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