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For the first time in 67 years, the ITE Midwestern District
Annual Meeting will be held jointly with the ITE Western
District in Rapid City, South
Dakota. This meeting will
represent nearly half of the
United States (24 states),
providing an opportunity for a
robust and diverse technical
program, vendor exhibit and
opportunity to network. In
four days, participants will
have to opportunity to gain a year’s worth of PDHs with 12
hours of technical sessions and other presentations. Substantial
student events are planned including three traffic bowls, the Kell
Competition and leadership sessions.

Rapid City is special
place in America. A
walk down Main Street
will put you face to face
with bronze sculptures
of each of the 44
presidents of the United
States. The City of
President’s is best
known for being 25 miles from Mt. Rushmore, but there are two
national parks and two national monuments also within about a
two hour drive (Badlands National Park, Wind Cave National
Park, Jewel Cave National Monument and Devil’s Tower
National Monument) as well as the Crazy Horse Memorial.
Rapid City has free Summers Night concerts downtown every
Thursday and a 4
th
of July Parade. There are historic 1880’s
railroads, waterparks, reptile gardens, mammoth paleontological
sites, Sturgis (site of the famous motorcycle rally 30 miles
northwest) and Wall Drug (50 miles east). Bring your family for
a once in a lifetime experience!

The meeting will be held at
the Rapid City Convention
Center, adjacent to the
Holiday Inn Rushmore
Plaza which will serve as
the conference
headquarters. Early
registration is anticipated
to be $375 and hotel room
rates will be $140 per night with registration opening as early as
November 2013 to help you plan your travel and approvals in
advance.


• Traffic
Signal
Technology
and State of
the Practice
Applications
• Advances in
Traffic
Control and
the future of the MUTCD
• Emerging Trends in Bicycle and Pedestrian Analysis
and Design
• Highway Safety Manual and Human Factors Guide
• Tolling/Express/Managed Lanes
• Simulation and Modeling Advancements
• Roundabouts, Diverging Diamonds, Continuous Flow
• Naturalistic Driving Study Data Set
• Rural Safety – including North Dakota Frac Sand
Impacts
• Access Management
• Context Sensitive Streets
• PROWAG
• Freight Mobility
• Parking Management Developments
• Technology in Transportation
• Performance Measurement
• Corridor Studies and Planning
• Small City Planning
• “Hands on the Controller” forum
• Designers Forums
• Transit Signal Priority
• Temporary Traffic Control
• New Issues with Sites Open to Public Travel
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The word “Dakotah” or “Dakota” is from the Lakota Sioux
language of the indigenous Native American tribe. One of
several definitions of the word is “Joining Together in Friendly
Compact”. What a perfect theme for our joint meeting! Two
districts coming together in the shadow of Mount Rushmore in a
friendly exchange of professional experience, traditions and
ideas. Please join us in Rapid City next June 29 – July 2,
2014!