Improving Mobility for All Users / About CITE

November 1, 2017 NACITE Luncheon

Presented by Ryan Vanderputten, P.Eng.

 

NACITE welcomes Ryan Vanderputten, P.Eng. to present on two topics. First, Ryan will provide an update on many of the exciting initiatives undertaken by ITE and CITE, including technical projects, priorities of the Canadian District, and opportunities to get involved. Second, Ryan will present on some of the recent projects and initiatives undertaken by the City of Calgary to improve mobility for all users.

NACITE is partnering with ITEUA, the U of A ITE student chapter this luncheon to introduce students to CITE and provide them with an opportunity to network with our members to learn more about everything the transportation planning and engineering industry has to offer. We hope that you can join us and share your experiences!

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About the speaker:

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Ryan Vanderputten, P.Eng., is the Director of Transportation Planning with The City of Calgary, in Alberta, Canada. Over his nearly two-decade-long engineering career, Ryan has worked in both the public and private sectors, in Ontario, British Columbia, and Alberta (The City of Calgary, Ministry of Transportation Ontario, MMM Group, Urban Systems). He is a licenced Professional Engineer in Alberta, and is a Fellow with ITE.

Ryan has a Bachelors degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Waterloo, a Masters degree in Transportation Engineering from the University of Calgary, and a Masters Certificate in Municipal Leadership from the Schulich School of Business from York University. Over his career, he has been an active participant in three different ITE sections, two ITE chapters, and has served on the executive of the BC Interior Chapter and the Southern Alberta Section. He is the current Secretary-Treasurer of the Canadian District of ITE.

 

Please register for the event using our online ticketing system.

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