Associated Engineering is honoured to be a supporting sponsor of the 2020 Transportation Conference, hosted by the Association of Consulting Engineering Companies – British Columbia, in partnership with the BC Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure and TransLink,
The single day conference will take place next week on January 28th in downtown Vancouver, and features a program of speakers discussing issues that will help shape the province's future transportation plans.
Keenan Kitasaka, a Senior Professional Engineer with over 34 years of experience in our Vancouver office, will be sharing his experiences from the Regina Bypass Project, which features a combination of leading Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) technologies and provides an excellent case study for integrating similar ITS advancements in future transportation infrastructure.
Keenan currently leads our Intelligent Transportation Systems practice, working across our offices to serve our clients in many roles including strategic and functional planning, preliminary design, detailed design, technology assessments, testing of field devices and systems, implementation and operations.
Transforming Saskatchewan Using Intelligent Transportation Systems Technology
The Regina Bypass Project, the largest in Saskatchewan’s history, will provide the Province with core Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) infrastructure including telecommunications and a data and traffic management centre (DMC). The ITS infrastructure also includes CCTV cameras, radar-based traffic data counters, variable message signs, signal controllers, a wireless and fiber network, and commercial vehicle pre-screening stations. The Saskatchewan Ministry of Highways and Infrastructure plans to integrate future corridor and devices into the DMC. The presentation will take viewers on the journey, a paradigm shift, to transform Saskatchewan’s transportation network and future.
Learn more about our involvement over the years on the Regina Bypass Project: