Bill Cisco will present the new PTV Vistro software, which performs traffic signal optimization and traffic impact analysis tasks, and calculates intersection capacity using HCM, ICU and Circular 212 methods.
Bill Cisco is a Senior Associateat PTV Group, and has over 19 years of experience in transportation engineering. Bill’s areas of expertise include traffic operations, transportation planning, traffic impact analysis, travel forecasting, congestion management, parking analysis, and training. Bill is registered as a professional engineer in California, Pennsylvania and Michigan. Bill holds an M.S. in Civil Engineering from the University of California, Berkeley, CA and a B.S. in Civil Engineering from Wayne State University, Detroit, MI.
Elections for the new OCTEC Sponsorship/Membership Coordinator will take place after the presentation – you MUST be a member to vote. Candidates are:
Keith Rand – a Senior Project Manager at URS Corporation in the Transportation Group of the Santa Ana office. Keith has over 19 years of professional experience, including 15 at URS. Prior to URS, Keith has been employed with DKS Associates and Willdan as a Transportation Engineer. He graduated from San Diego State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering. Keith served as a Co-Editor of the ITE California Border Section while in San Diego.
Kenny Chao – a Lead Traffic Engineer at Advantec Consulting Engineers, Inc. Kenny has over 10 years of professional experience and is actively involved in many engineering organizations, including ITE, ITS California, ASCE, and WTS. He graduated from Cal Poly Pomona with a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering and received his executive MBA from Chapman University.
(OCTEC members, don't forget to use your email as the promotional code for the OCTEC member rate of $20)
All members of the transportation engineering community are welcome - membership to OCTEC is not required.
When & Where
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.