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Intelligent Transportation
Society of the Midwest

State and regional chapters of the Intelligent Transportation Society of America (ITS America) provide a key role promoting and enhancing public safety and community welfare by: fostering research and development; implementing programs to reduce motor vehicle deaths and injuries; improving mobility; and promoting a system of safer, more economical, energy efficient and environmentally sound highways and other surface transportation through use of advanced technology.

In 1994, the members of the Illinois-Indiana-Wisconsin three-state consortium responsible for developing the Gary-Chicago-Milwaukee Corridor (now Lake Michigan Interstate Gateway Alliance or LMIGA) Program Plan, with encouragement from FHWA and the Argonne National Laboratory, formed ITS Midwest, the first multi-state chapter of ITS America. The ITS Midwest chapter was formally chartered by ITS America in Chicago on February 22, 1995, and recognized at the ITS America meeting in Washington D.C. in mid-March.

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ITS Midwest Organization
Officers:

President:
Ken Glassman (Jacobs)

Vice President (Illinois):
Justin Potts (IDOT)

Vice President (Indiana):
Dan Shamo (AECOM)

Vice President (Kentucky):
Jennifer Walton (University of Kentucky)

Vice President (Ohio):
Ed Williams (TEC Engineering)

Secretary/President-Elect:
Matt Letourneau (AECOM)

Treasurer:
Bini William (Parsons)

Immediate Past President:
David Zavattero (CDOT retired)

Directors:

Illinois
Kevin Price (Illinois DOT)
Don Schaefer (Midwest Truckers Assoc)

Indiana
Ryan Elliott (AECOM)
Dave Henkel (CHA Companies)

Kentucky
Todd Hood (Northrop)
William McLemore (Northrop)

Ohio
Sara Senger (TEC Engineering)
George Saylor (AECOM)

Committees:

Finance, Member Services, Outreach, Recognition, Training, Technical, Meetings

Refer to our Strategic Plan for a description of these committees. For more information about getting involved, contact the ITS Midwest president or secretary

ITS Midwest Bylaws Amendment
The most recent ITS Midwest Bylaws [PDF documents PDF, 69K B] were adopted on November 4, 2010.

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