Why should you become an AWESOME member of ITE?
Being an ITE Member not only means you are a transportation professional, but a transportation professional who is in touch with ideas, people, and resources at the international, national, and regional levels and who uses this knowledge to bring the best solutions to your local community.
ITE has a strong voice in decisions affecting the future of our communities and our profession. At a national level, the ITE engagement with the U.S. Department of Transportation helps shape new guidance, tools, and technologies. ITE member representation on issues such as the Rapid Rectangular Flashing Beacon and our position on Connected and Automated Vehicles ensured the collective voice of ITE members is heard.
Here in Puerto Rico, La Isla del Encanto, the ITE works with the Puerto Rico Department of Transportation and Public Works, the Highway and Transportation Authority, the FHWA Puerto Rico Division, municipalities, and others technical associations, to provide the latest technical knowledge of the most important transportation topics.
Our goal is to provide our members with a robust menu of products and services. With more than 15,500 members from all levels of government and throughout the private sector, we know that member needs and interests differ greatly. In the end it is up to you to decide what will add the most value to your job or your career, but ITE International membership provides you with many options and opportunities to customize your experience.
For more information, please visit https://www.ite.org/membership/become-a-member/join-ite/
The following individuals are welcome to join ITE as a Member:
Any person in the active practice of transportation engineering or a transportation-related field and either:
- Is a graduate from a school of recognized standing or
- If not a graduate from a school of recognized standing shall have five years of professional experience in transportation engineering or a transportation-related field.
Public Member (public agencies, educational institutions, non-profits, government employees): $260 per year + District and Section dues; Discounts for Canadian and International individuals.
Private Member (consultants, non-government employees, employees of for-profit companies): $285 per year + District and Section dues; Discounts for Canadian and International individuals.
For younger members, we offer graduated pricing to the age of 29. Click here to learn more.
ITE takes great pride in our student members and we have a great history of working with our students to develop their skills so they can succeed as transportation professionals.
In order to become a student member of ITE you must
- be enrolled as a student in a graduate or undergraduate program at a school of recognized standing; and
- not be otherwise eligible for another grade of membership.
Students can join ITE as an undergraduate for free and $30 per year for graduate students.
- Have you graduated recently? Click here to learn about new Young Member Dues.
For cities, counties, states, provinces, MPO’s, and federal agencies, ITE offers discounted pricing on ITE membership if a minimum of 5 individuals join from the entity.
There are two options: the Traditional Dues Option and the Flat Fee Dues Option
The Traditional Dues option allows you to sign up at least 5 members at a discounted fee, that lowers as more people are added to the roster.
The Flat Fee Dues option allows you to sign up as many people as you like (up to ½ the price of regular membership) for a flat fee amount. This offers the greatest savings for the agency and pricing is dependent upon the population size of the city, county, province, or state.
For more information on agency membership, please visit: http://www/ite.org/membership/agency-members/
We encourage our Members who have made significant contributions to both their profession and in leadership through ITE, to apply to become a Fellow.
There is no direct admission to the grade of Fellow, and to be eligible, a Member must:
- have been a Member of ITE for at least five years; and
- have 10 years of professional experiences; and
- have attained significant professional stature that may be demonstrated by having a license or certification based on education, examination and experience, or by comparable evidence of professional status as determined by the Board; and
- have had responsible charge of important transportation engineering or transportation related work, including scientific, educational and managerial activities, for at least five years; and
- have demonstrated an active commitment and contribution to the work of ITE and the profession.