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ITE Toronto Section 2018 AGM and Christmas Luncheon
December 7, 2018 @ 11:00 am - 3:00 pm$15 – $60
ITE Toronto would like to invite you to their 2018 Christmas Luncheon and Annual General Meeting (AGM) which will be held on Friday December 7, 2018 at the Toronto Cricket Curling and Skating Club at 141 Wilson Avenue in Toronto.
The cost for this event, our most social and popular event of the year, including a great lunch, is $50 for ITE members, $60 for non-members and $15 for students. Doors will open at 11am (registration, mingling and cash bar), and lunch will start at noon. We suggest you consider carpool and transit options when planning your trip to the luncheon as parking at the club is limited.
Mr. Patrick Neville, P.Eng., joined the GTAA in March 2001 as the director, facility activation. In April 2004, Mr. Neville was appointed director of airport planning. With more than 20 years of management experience in the airline industry in technical operations and airport operations roles, Mr. Neville was employed by Wardair Canada, Canadian Airlines, and Air Canada. Mr. Neville is a professional engineer, and a graduate of the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology.
As Canada’s largest airport, Toronto Pearson connects our region to the rest of the world. Anchoring the country’s second largest employment zone, the airport currently serves 47 million passengers annually and is poised to grow to 85M passengers by 2035. Toronto Pearson is also a critical hub for goods movement in the region, but road congestion in the area is threatening growth and economic prosperity. Come hear about Toronto Pearson’s plans for a new regional, multi-modal transit hub to support airport growth and regional connectivity, while providing significant economic and social benefits to the entire Greater Golden Horseshoe.
For reservation inquiries, please contact our Activities Coordinator, Behzad Rouhieh, at email@example.com. Please register below. Individuals, who register, without paying online but don’t attend, will be invoiced.
2019 Activities Coordinator Election
REVANTH REDLA, EIT
Revanth is an EIT who works as an Engineering Designer at IBI Group, Toronto. He graduated with a Master of Science in Transportation Engineering from Florida International University, Miami, and has been an active part of ITE since 2011. He served as an executive member of the ITE Student Chapter at Florida International University for 3 years and has successfully organised numerous activities as its Vice President for a year. Experienced with managerial, organizational and social skills, Revanth brings forth his commitment and dedication to serve the CITE’s Toronto Section with an endless enthusiasm and a global perspective. He is passionate about multi-modal transit initiatives and spends his leisure with digital photography.
REZA OMRANI, Ph.D., P.Eng.
Reza is an Associate Partner and Project Manager at CIMA+. A graduate from the University of Calgary with Ph.D. in transportation, Reza is a professional engineer with 10 years of experience in data analytics and visualization, traffic operations, as well as roadway and railway safety. He is responsible for delivering technical, project management and quality control services to a broad range of clients in public sector. As a part of the MTO travel time study, Reza is currently leading the CIMA team for collecting and analyzing traffic data for 3000 km of highways and arterial in the GTA for entire year of 2018. Among other initiatives, he is also the Project Coordinator for updating the MUTCDC, 6th Edition. Since joining ITE as a student member, Reza has served in volunteer position for the CITE student chapter and is actively engaged with the transportation community. He is currently a member of the OTC Young Professional Committee.