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ITE Luncheon – Manitoba

January 14, 2016@12:00 pm to 1:00 pm CST

The January 2016 meeting of the ITE Manitoba Section will be held on Thursday, January 14th, 2016 starting at 12 noon at the Round Table Steak House and Pub located at 800 Pembina Highway. Our presenter this month is Bob Kurylko, P.Eng. Bob is a Senior Transportation Engineer at Stantec and has over 30 years of experience as a Transportation Engineer in both Public and Private industry. After starting his career at UMA Engineering in the 1980s he moved on to work with the Provincial Government at Manitoba Highways Traffic Engineering Branch. After a brief stay at the Birtle office where he was the Assistant District Engineer he returned to Winnipeg and the Traffic Engineering Office. After six years as the Traffic Operations Engineer, Bob returned to private practice at Wardrop to lead the design development of the roads approaching the new Provencher Bridge. Bob returned to the public sector as Traffic Operations Engineer and Director of Traffic Engineering briefly before returning to private practice once again at Stantec. Bob’s professional interests lie in operations and safety, transportation planning, functional design, active transportation, and transportation designís impact on urban form.

Bob’s presentation is titled Using GIS to aid in the decision process for the development of a corridor for the extension of PTH 110 west of Brandon Manitoba. The presentation will highlight some of the considerations in the evaluation of route alternatives and how GIS was used to document and aid the decision process.

Please note that the price of the luncheon is $20.00 for members and friends and $15.00 for students. Fees will be collected at the luncheon. Hope to see you there!

ITE Luncheon – Manitoba


January 14, 2016
12:00 pm to 1:00 pm CST
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ITE Manitoba Section
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Round Table Steak House and Pub
800 Pembina Highway
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
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