Gateway Section of the Institute of Transportation Engineers

Gateway ITE logo in all white

April 16th, 2024

MoDOT Transportation Management Center
14301 South Outer Forty Dr
Town & Country, MO 63017

Individual Registration Costs:
$15 for ITE Members
$20 for Non-Members
Free for Students

April Monthly Meeting

City Connections: Louisiana Calm Street and 21st Street Bikeway

Presented By: Cindi Mense (Trailnet CEO), Bryce Monser (Trailnet Community Planning Manager), & Scott Ogilvie, AICP (St. Louis Program Manager, Complete Streets)

The Louisiana Calm Street and 21st Street Bikeway provided two approaches to multi-modal connections. The Louisiana Calm Street Project was the City of St. Louis’ first corridor level traffic calming project using a suite of design elements to calm vehicular traffic and increase livability in a neighborhood context. The 21st Street bikeway is a multi-use trail built as a component of the I-64 / Jefferson interchange project to create a protected bikeway connection across I-64 and the rail corridor, connecting neighborhoods to downtown across infrastructure barriers, and forming one element of an expanding greenway network .

A Message From The President

Welcome to Gateway ITE!

We hosted another successful conference on Friday, February 23rd at the University of Missouri – St. Louis campus.  We had over 200 attendees at the conference!  Thank you to our presenters, sponsors, UMSL, attendees, and especially our Conference Director Ashley Fillback for a fantastic conference!  We had the most attendees at our annual conference pre-COVID.  Thank YOU for helping make our Community of Transportation Professionals stronger and more knowledgeable

Our next monthly meeting will be held on Tuesday, March 19th at the MoDOT TMC.  Please continue to check out our new website for upcoming news and events.  Let’s continue to grow together!

John Klein, P.E.
Gateway ITE President

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2025 Conference Information to be posted later in the year

Time & Schedule TBA

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TBD for Non-Members

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As part of MOVITE’s Strategic Plan, the Board has identified various task forces to improve the operations and goals of our organization. These task forces and subsequent committees will allow members to engage in and become involved in the District in specific areas of interest without a huge time commitment.

(1) Young Member Outreach and Retention Task Force: This task force will create a committee to explore and recommend strategies for improved Young Member outreach, engagement, and retention. It is presumed that this committee will also work in collaboration with MOVITE student initiatives.

(2) Local Arrangements/Technical Meeting Task Force: This task force will create a committee to assist with conference planning in order to allow better quality, more strategic, and more intensive meetings while allowing the LAC to focus on venue, tours, social events, etc.

(3) Awards and Recognition Task Force: This task force will work to create a committee that will develop strategies to generate excitement and emotion around the District awards for both professional members and student members in hopes to increase the number of submissions.

If you would like to volunteer for one of these task forces, please email MOVITE President Kendra Miller at and specify which task force(s) you would like to join.

MOVITE Task Force Call for Volunteers