Randy McCourt

2019 ITE International President Candidate

Vision

"To advance our volunteer members’ careers through meaningful ITE experiences in leadership, partnerships and technical expertise."

 

02 Industry Outreach

Today, we are challenged as a profession to work collaboratively
to help identify the future of transportation. This requires us to go further in developing partnerships with peer organizations. As smarter mobility evolves, we must work together as a unified transportation profession between public, private, industry, vendors, and academic experts.

03 Leadership Advancement

With emerging voices and disruptive technology, it’s critical for ITE leadership to manage change affecting our members and their careers. This means an ITE that serves as a meaningful resource to our members by staying at the forefront of emerging technology; providing mentorship and guidance to our members; actively engaging with students studying transportation engineering; and fostering career
advancement. We are the ITE that is invested and committed to giving back to each member and our industry.

01 MeMbership development

Deliver high value learning and networking experiences through engagement, action, and implementation for every member

Consultant

?Who are we

41%

Agency

34%

Student/Academic

16%

Manufacturer

1%

Retired/Other

6%

PE/PTOE/PEng

PTP/AICP

500~

9,800~

FE/EIT

400~

FE/EIT

FE/EIT

01 MeMber

 Experience

Deliver high-value learning and networking experiences through engagement, action, and implementation for every member, advancing their careers and technical expertise.

Consultant

?Who are we

41%

Agency

34%

Student/Academic

16%

Manufacturer

1%

Retired/Other

6%

PE/PTOE/PEng

9,800~

PTP/AICP

FE/EIT

500~

400~

USA

13,500~

Canada

2,300~

Australia/New Zealand

250~

Global

650~

SHARING IDEAS

Everyone has ideas on how to make the ITE volunteer experience rewarding and meaningful for your career development. My 150 day plan outlines several ideas of what I would do if elected. Part of that plan includes outreach to membership. I want to hear from each of you the thoughts you have to  advance your career.

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Employed at DKS Associates

1983 East Bay Traffic Engineers Chair

First consult chair of agency organization

1984 SF ITE International Meeting

Technical Session Coordination Chair

1984 - 1988 SF Bay Area Section Officer

President, 1987

1992 - 1994 Technical Chair

Oregon Signal Design Guide

1994 Portland WesternITE Annual Meeting

Technical Session Chair

1994 - 1997 Oregon Section Officer

President, 1996

WesternITE Best Section Award, 1994, 1995, 1996

Oregon Section

1976

Where is Randy?

Experience Highlights

1974 - 1979

Academic

Oregon State University

BS, Civil Engineering

University of California, Berkeley

MS, Transportation Engineering

1979

1990 - present

Principal at DKS Associates

1990 Moved to Portland, Oregon 

1976

Became an ITE Member

#9543 

1980 - 1990

San Francisco Bay Area Section

1983 East Bay Traffic Engineers Chair

First consultant chair of agency organization

1984 SF ITE International Annual Meeting

Technical Session Coordination Chair

1985 - 1988 SF Bay Area Section Officer

President, 1987

1990 - Present

Oregon Section

1992 - 1994 Technical Chair

First consult ant chair of agency organization

1994 WesternITE Annual Meeting, Portland

Technical Session Chair

1994 - 1997 Oregon Section Officer

President, 1996

WesternITE Section Activity Award, 1994, 1995,1996

2007 WesternITE Annual Meeting, Portland

Hotel/Arrangements Chair

2021 Portland International  ITE Annual Meeting

Proposal/Hotel/Arrangements Chair

1995 - present

Western District

1995 - 1998 Technical Chair

1997 Coordinating Council Award

2001 - 2005 Western District Officer

President, 2004

Student Initiatives & Strategic Plan

2002, 2004, 2005 District Newsletter Award

2014 Joint Western/Midwest Annual Meeting

Co-Chair, Rapid City

2015 - present Local Arrangements Liaison Chair 

2000 - present

ITE Publications

2000 - 2004 Parking Generation, 3rd Edition

2005 Coordinating Council Award

2006 - 2009 Parking Council Chair

2009 Traffic Engineering Handbook

Parking Chapter

2013 Traffic Control Device Handbook

Site Roadways Open to Public Travel Chapter

2014 - 2017 Trip Generation Committee

2006 - 2008

ITE Council

Parking Council Chair

2007 - 2009

ITE International Board of Directors

2017

WesternITE Lifetime Achievement Award

2018-2019

ITE Vice President 

2009 - 2017

President of DKS Associates

Completed leadership transition

July 2017

Hired by DKS Associates

2015

WesternITE Individual Achievement Award

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