Institute of Transportation Engineers Puerto Rico Section

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The ITE Puerto Rico Section is an association of transportation professionals that promotes the development of its members in all areas related to transportation and the enhancement of the Puerto Rico transportation system. The ITE Puerto Rico Section is part of District 10 of the Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE). ITE is an international educational and scientific association that encourages education, stimulates research, develops public awareness programs and serves as a conduit for the exchange of professional information.

The following are the goals of the ITE Puerto Rico Section:

1. Advance the objectives of the ITE.
2. Foster a closer association of ITE members.
3. Encourage members to prepare or discuss papers.
4. Prepare suggestions on matters of policy to the Board of Direction of the ITE.
5. Consider local transportation engineering problems.
6. Cooperate with other local engineering groups on matters of common interest.
7. Present the transportation engineering point of view consistent with established ITE policies.
8. Encourage the introduction of transportation engineering courses in colleges, universities, and technical schools in the Section.

Policies of the ITE Puerto Rico Section

Puerto Rico Section Charter

Puerto Rico Section Bylaws

2018 Section Board Officers

Zaida E. Rico-Rolón, PE, PhD
President
CMA Architects & Engineers
E-mail: presidente@itepr.org

Lynnette Alicea-León, EIT, MSCE
Vice President
CSA Group
E-mail: vicepresidente@itepr.org

Gustavo A. García-Ortiz, PE
Treasurer
VAG Transportation Engineering Consultants
E-mail: tesorero@itepr.org

Wilfredo R. Cordero-Cruz, MECE
Secretary
CSA Group
E-mail: secretario@itepr.org

Ivelisse Gorbea
Past President
Puerto Rico Highway and Transportation Authority
E-mail: pasadopresidente@itepr.org

From left to right: Alberto Figueroa (2011 President), Gustavo García (Treasurer), Zaida Rico (President), Ivelisse Gorbea (Past President), Lynnette Alicea (Vice President), Wilfredo Cordero (Secretary), and Miguel Vescovacci (2016 President).

 

 

 

 

 

 

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