September 8, 2022

ITE WA Awards


Congratulations to 2021-2022 ITE Washington Section Award Winners

The category winners for our first project/program/study awards are:

  • 43rd Street Improvements – Seattle Department of Transportation
    Complete Streets – A program, study, or infrastructure project that achieves or facilitates traditional Complete Streets objectives: accommodates all/many modes of transportation, accessibility for all ages, more comfortable environment for all users. Check out all the steps that went into the project:
    Our work on NE 43rd St is nearly complete, and the roadway has been totally transformed with a new outdoor dining plaza!
  • WSDOT Statewide TSMO Program Plan – WSDOT and DKS Associates Transportation Systems Management and Operations (TSMO) – A program, study, or infrastructure project that achieves or facilitates traditional TSMO objectives: smoother and more reliable traffic flow, reduced congestion, improved safety, etc. Learn more about WSDOTs TSMO tools here: Home | TSMO | WSDOT
  • James Street Multiuse Pathway – City of Bellingham, Transpo Group and Whatcom Transportation Authority Safety – A program, study, or infrastructure project that addresses existing or potential transportation safety concerns. More about James Street is located here: James Street Multimodal Feasibility Study – City of Bellingham
  • Tacoma Vision Zero Action Plan and State of Speed and Safety Study – City of Tacoma, Toole Design Group and Stepherson and Associates Planning – Any study of a planned transportation project or program. More about the Tacoma project, and Speed Reduction efforts are located here: Vision Zero – City of Tacoma

Of these exceptional projects, our first ITE Washington Section Project of the year goes to 43rd Street City of Seattle Department of Transportation recognizing a program/project that significantly enhanced the field of transportation planning and engineering within the State. More about that project is located here: NE 43rd Street Improvements – Transportation |