ITE Collegiate Traffic Bowl

2014 Collegiate Traffic Bowl Field Almost Complete

By Mr. John Davis P.E., PTOE, TSOS posted 06-05-2014 03:38 PM

  

Six of the nine teams have been selected for 2014 ITE Grand Championship Traffic Bowl. The competition will be held during the ITE International Annual Meeting on Tuesday evening, August 12th in the Sheraton Seattle Hotel. A ticketed reception will start at 7 pm with the Traffic Bowl Grand Championship commencing around 7:20 pm. ALL are welcome to view the Traffic Bowl! Be sure to wear the colors of your favorite or newly favorite team.

Over the past several months teams from ITE student chapters have been competing in traffic bowl competitions held in the ITE districts. The winners of each ITE district competition will compete in this Fifth Annual Grand Championship. The school winning the 2014 Grand Championship will receive $2,000 (USD). To date, the schools selected to participate in the Grand Championship are:

District

2013 District Winner

School Nicknames and Colors

1. Northeastern

UMass – Amherst

Minutemen; white and maroon

2. Mid-Colonial

Penn State University

Nittany Lions; white and dark blue

3. Great Lakes

Purdue University

Boilermakers; old gold and black

4. Midwestern

To be determine on June 30

5. Southern

Clemson University

Tigers; orange and regalia

6. Western

To be determine on June 30

7. Canadian

University of Toronto

Varsity Blues; blue and white

9. Texas

University of Texas at Austin

Longhorns; burnt orange and white

10.Florida

To be determine on June 26

 

So pick your favorite team, break out the spirit wear, and we hope to see all of you attending the Annual Meeting at this fun and entertaining competition!

The objectives of the ITE Collegiate Traffic Bowl Program, which was started in 2009, are to encourage students to become more active members in ITE, to enhance their knowledge of the traffic/transportation engineering and planning profession and of ITE itself, and to strengthen the programs of the ITE student chapters.

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