France Campbell

Georgia Section ITE Vice President


Friday, April 14, 2017 at 11:30 AM 
to Friday, April 14, 2017 at 1:00 PM 

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Georgia Tech College of Design Breezeway

247 4th St NW
Atlanta, GA 30318

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Georgia ITE April Monthly Meeting 

Georgia Tech Research Showcase

Description: Spring is springing! Come enjoy our annual outdoor spring picnic meeting at Georgia Tech and hear about the cutting-edge research being conducted by talented Georgia Tech PhD students! Presentations will include the following speakers discussing their exciting research:

  • Stephanie Amoaning-Yankson will discuss her research titled “Developing a Sociotechnical Framework for Transportation System Resilience.”
  • Simon Berrebi will showcase the findings of his study “Implementing Real-time Dispatching Method on the Atlanta Streetcar.”
  • Hyun Woong Cho will be presenting his research on “GTsim: A Microscopic Traffic Simulation Model.”


Early Cost/Registration:   $25 Private Sector Member, $15 Public Sector Members, $15 Life Members, $10 Job Seekers, $30 for non-Members.  Students are free if registered online.  On-line registration via the ITE website (link below) ends on Monday, April 10th at midnight, or once the room limit is reached.

Late Cost/Registration: Walk-ups are welcome at the door as space allows; walk-ups and late registrants will be charged $5 extra.

Menu:  Lunch will be an assortment of deli sandwiches from Carlyle’s including: Oven Roasted Turkey Sandwich, Homemade Chicken Salad Sandwich, Londonport Roast Beef Sandwich, Homemade Tuna Salad Sandwich, and Garden Veggie Sandwich.

Sides, Desserts, and Beverages will also be provided.



While transit, walking, bicycling, and/or rideshare are your easiest ways of getting to the architecture building, there are parking options near the meeting location, described below:

Approximate meeting address: 247 4th St NW, Atlanta, GA 30318

Arriving from Midtown Marta

The Tech Trolley is available from the Midtown MARTA (Atlanta's rapid rail system) station to various points on campus. The Georgia Tech Parking & Transportation website has more information.

The North Station MARTA stop is located at the south end of campus. Exit the station onto North Ave and turn right to cross the connector and enter campus.

Visitor Parking

There are several visitor parking lots available on campus on a first-come, first-serve basis. We suggest the parking deck at Technology Square, located fewer than four blocks from the East and West Architecture buildings. Rates range from $1.00 for less than one hour to $10.00 for an entire day. To get there from Techwood Dr. or Fowler St., go east on Fifth St. toward Technology Square. Turn right onto Spring St. The entrance is the first driveway on the right, immediately after the GT Hotel and Conference Center.

From the Technology Square parking deck, walk three blocks west on Fifth St. across the Fifth St. Bridge. The rear of the East and West Architecture Buildings will be on the left, beside the Klaus Advanced Computing Building. Georgia Tech’s complimentary shuttle, the Tech Trolley, also runs from Technology Square and stops on Fifth St. close to the rear of the East and West Architecture Buildings.

Other visitor parking areas can be found at this link. We suggest Area 3 (Ferst Dr. & Regents Dr.) located near the Campus Recreation Center, or Area 4 (State Street Visitor Lot) located on Ferst Dr., between Hemphill and State Street.