Welcome to the Arizona State University chapter of the Institute of Transportation Engineers
ASU - ITE is a group of students interested in entering the transportation field. Our mission is to aid our fellow students in learning more about the profession and finding jobs and internships while at the same time attracting others to the field of transportation. We educate ourselves by attending professional seminars, participating in traffic count opportunities, and taking field trips to local sites of interest. We educate each other through community service and social events, as well as general body meetings.
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ASU Transportation Engineering Seminar - Thursday, September 21 - Monique de los Rios-Urban (MAG) on Big Data and Trans. Decision Making
Please join us at the ASU Transportation Engineering Seminar this Thursday, September 21, from 12:00pm to 1:00pmwhen Ms Monique de los Rios-Urban (MAG) will present a seminar titled Big Data – Building an Ecosystem for Improved Decision Making. The event will take place in College Avenue Commons Room 425 at ASU Tempe campus and is open to the public (https://maps.asu.edu/?id=120&mrkIid=62858). For ASU visitors, parking is available at the Fulton Center Parking structure (https://maps.asu.edu/?id=120&mrkIid=65177). More parking locations are available and can be found through the ASU interactive map. ABSTRACT The traditional approach of applying analytics and research results to transportation planning functions is generally linear and consecutive, seldom providing the opportunity for deeper understanding of user behaviour and its broader implications. This presentation will describe an approach considering the interaction of variables that result in new insights and wider perspectives to enhance decision making. The current use of multiple data sources and applications by the Maricopa Association of Governments, the Regional Planning Organization will be presented, including the National Performance Management Research Data Set (NPMRDS), the Arizona DOT Freeway Management System, the HERE Analytic Traffic Patterns database as well as socioeconomic and other non-transportation databases. Visualization examples of analysis and results will be presented including a live demo of MAGni↑ude, the Regional Transportation Dashboard.
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